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New Cloudflare study reveals that 64% of business leaders expect a cybersecurity incident in the next 12 months, but only 29% feel highly prepared to defend against them.
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One of the great benefits of the Internet has been its ability to empower activists and journalists in repressive societies to organize, communicate, and simply find each other. Ten years ago today, Cloudflare launched Project Galileo, a program which today provides security services, at no cost, to more than 2,600 independent journalists and nonprofit organizations around the world supporting human rights, democracy, and local communities.
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Project Galileo now protects 2,600+ public interest organisations in 111 countries for free, against about 96 million DDoS attacks every day.
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Acquisition adds secure remote infrastructure access to Cloudflare One, safeguarding customers' most critical systems.
  |  By Kenny Johnson
We’re excited to announce that BastionZero, a Zero Trust infrastructure access platform, has joined Cloudflare. This acquisition extends our Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) flows with native access management for infrastructure like servers, Kubernetes clusters, and databases.
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Advanced suite of risk management capabilities enables seamless discovery and mitigation of threats across applications, data loss or exposure, and human error.
  |  By Sam Rhea
Gartner has once again named Cloudflare to the Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Security Service Edge (SSE) report1. We are excited to share that Cloudflare is one of only ten vendors recognized in this report. For the second year in a row, we are recognized for our ability to execute and the completeness of our vision. You can read more about our position in the report here.
  |  By Pete Pang
In the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats, a subtle yet potent form of phishing has emerged — quishing, short for QR phishing. It has been 30 years since the invention of QR codes, yet quishing still poses a significant risk, especially after the era of COVID, when QR codes became the norm to check statuses, register for events, and even order food.
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Welcome to the 17th edition of Cloudflare’s DDoS threat report. This edition covers the DDoS threat landscape along with key findings as observed from the Cloudflare network during the first quarter of 2024.
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Cloudflare onboards enterprises under attack through Booz Allen collaboration, a fast track to Cloudflare's industry-leading Incident Response and DDoS mitigation.
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In this week’s episode, we have a segment about how we thwarted a threat campaign targeting Ukraine and explain what our team, Cloudforce One, does. Host João Tomé is joined by Blake Darché, Head of Cloudforce One. First, we discuss how Cloudforce One employed proactive defense measures to successfully prevent Russia-aligned threat actor FlyingYeti from launching their latest phishing campaign targeting Ukraine.
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Alissa Starzak, Global Head of Policy at Cloudflare, about our Project Galileo that is celebrating 10 years. In June 2014, Cloudflare launched Project Galileo, a program which today provides security services, at no cost, to more than 2,600 independent journalists and nonprofit organizations around the world supporting human rights, democracy, and local communities.
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In this week’s episode, we feature a segment all about policy, Internet regulation, and the 10th anniversary of our Project Galileo. Host João Tomé is joined by Alissa Starzak, Global Head of Policy at Cloudflare, to discuss policy and regulation in 2024. This conversation was recorded in early May 2024 in our San Francisco office. We begin with Alissa’s impressive background, from the private sector to the CIA, the US Army, and then Cloudflare.
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Host João Tomé is joined by two guests. First, we have Ranee Bray, Chief of Staff of our Security Team, discussing how we managed programmatically what we called Code Red — several teams were put together to focus in 30 days on strengthening, validating, and remediating a security incident. Credential management, software hardening, vulnerability management, additional alerting, and other areas were also a part of the “Code Red” effort.
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In May 1974, 50 years ago, Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn made history with their paper on TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) published by @IEEEorg. Here is a teaser of a longer video (and "This Week in Net" episode) coming soon from our protocol experts, Mark Nottingham (Australia), and Lucas Pardue (UK).
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This week, host João Tomé heads to San Francisco for the cybersecurity RSA Conference (May 6-9, 2024). First, we gather insights from attendees, ranging from a cybersecurity student on the brink of graduation to seasoned managers and experts. We also feature Cloudflare’s Chief Privacy Officer discussing the nexus of security and privacy. Plus, insights from Carlos Alberto Silva, a Portuguese venture capitalist with extensive experience in cybersecurity investments.
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Dani Grant, co-founder of Jam.dev, talks about her company, how they are trying to fix the bug process for developers, and also discusses how Jam.dev uses Cloudflare. We also go over what a better internet for the future looks like, and the challenges and opportunities in the AI era.
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We were at the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week, hearing different perspectives on the security landscape in 2024. Here's a teaser of some of the things we heard.
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"This Week in NET". Episode #59 Host João Tomé (based in Lisbon, Portugal) is joined by our Head of Data Insights, David Belson, based in Boston. We discuss our recent Q1 2024 Internet disruption summary blog post. There were submarine cable failures that impacted 13 countries in Africa. We also address technical issues with RPKI, DNS, and DNSSEC that disrupted connectivity for subscribers across multiple network providers.
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Today, IT teams need to securely connect everyone and everything everywhere. But the cloud, SaaS, Internet, and on-prem domains are intrinsically different and painfully disconnected. Visibility and control get harder, and the tools used to tame the complexity just add more complexity.
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This whitepaper discusses the many challenges that DNS providers and users face including massive cyber attacks as well as performance and reliability issues, and how Cloudflare can help resolve these challenges, ensuring business continuity.
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Strategies for preventing data breaches, shadow APIs, abuse, and other common challenges.
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Organizations are facing economic uncertainty as the outlook grows more unpredictable. This uncertainty - often exemplified by shrinking budgets - puts pressure on CIOs and technical leaders to find new paths forward.
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Learn how Cloudflare is able to stop some of the most sophisticated DDoS attacks.
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This whitepaper discusses the growth of large scale DDoS attacks, how these attacks target as well as leverage DNS provider infrastructures, and how Cloudflare can help protect your business against the impact of such massive attacks.
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Growing a startup requires delivering excellent online experiences. In this guide, we share tips to help startups create the kind of high-performing, reliable, and secure websites and applications needed to do so.

Cloudflare is a global network designed to make everything you connect to the Internet secure, private, fast, and reliable.

Cloudflare protects and accelerates any Internet application online without adding hardware, installing software, or changing a line of code. Internet properties powered by Cloudflare have all traffic routed through its intelligent global network, which gets smarter with each new site added. As a result, they see significant improvement in performance and a decrease in spam and other attacks.

The Integrated Global Cloud Network:

  • Zero Trust Services: Stop data loss, malware and phishing with the most performant Zero Trust application access and Internet browsing solution.
  • Website & App Performance: Speed up websites, apps, & APIs through our global network to optimize your content & deliver it closer to the users location.
  • Website & App Security: Protect websites & applications from bots, DDoS attacks & more. All while monitoring for suspicious activity & potential attacks.
  • Network Security & Performance: Networking solutions to connect, secure, & accelerate your networks — without the cost & complexity of managing legacy hardware.
  • Developer Platform: Deploy serverless code instantly across the globe to give it exceptional performance, reliability, & scale.
  • SASE - Cloudflare One: Zero Trust network-as-a-service platform to dynamically connect remote & on-site users to resources, with identity-based security controls.

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