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Aminu Abdullahi is an experienced B2B technology and finance writer and award-winning public speaker. He is the co-author of the e-book, The Ultimate Creativity Playbook, and has written for various publications, including Geekflare, eWEEK, Enterprise Networking Planet, TechRepublic, eSecurity Planet, CIO Insight, Enterprise Storage Forum, IT Business Edge, Webopedia, Software Pundit and more.
With the rapid increase in technology adoption, cyberbullying cases are also rising. Cyberbullying is using technology to threaten or embarrass someone, making the individual feel vulnerable or endangered.
As data flows ceaselessly across enterprise networks and systems, so does the risk of cyber threats. While there are many forms of cyber attacks, DoS and DDoS are two types of attacks that function differently in terms of scale, execution, and impact but share similar objectives.
Threat actors are diversifying their monetization techniques, tactics, and procedures (TTP) with new attack methods because technology advancements have lowered the entry barrier, and the emergence of ransomware as a service (RaaS) has exacerbated the problem.