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Cloudflare launches Data Localisation Suite
With Data Localisation Suite, businesses can use Cloudflare’s global cloud network to control where their data goes and who has access to it.
DDoS attacks surge, becoming more sophisticated
After doubling from Q1 to Q2, the total number of network layer attacks observed in Q3 doubled again — resulting in a 4x increase in number compared to the pre-COVID levels in the first quarter.
Cloudflare updates Spectrum with DDoS analytics & trends
Enterprises that use Cloudflare’s reverse proxy offering Spectrum will notice a few more things on their Network Analytics dashboard this week.
Cloudflare rolls out zero trust security for distributed workforces
"After decades of building legacy corporate networks, organisations are left with clunky systems designed to protect their now empty offices.”
DDoS attacks bigger & more prevalent in Q2 2020 - Cloudflare report
Cloudflare recorded the ‘biggest ever’ attacks – 88% of all large (100 Gbps) attacks this year were launched after the lockdown period in March.
Megaport grows partnership with Cloudflare to provide greater network connectivity
The Network as a Service (NaaS) provider has announced direct access to Cloudflare's global network for its customers on Megaport's global Software Defined Network (SDN).
Cloudflare creates Workers Unbound platform for serverless development
Cloudflare will continue to offer the original Cloudflare Workers model, now known as Cloudflare Workers Bundled. Cloudflare Workers Unbound now allows developers using the Cloudflare Workers platform to create more complex applications.
Rackspace and Cloudflare join forces for managed edge security
Rackspace and Cloudflare join forces for managed edge security The solution includes a web application firewall, DDoS protection, DNS services and a global content delivery network, backed by 24/7 support.
34 tech heavyweights stand strong: Protecting the globe from cyber threats
Not only with the companies protect customers, they've also vowed not to help governments who want to go on the cyber offensive.