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Firms under threat from super-sized DDoS attacks, warns AT&T [Video]

10 Dec 2012

NEW JERSEY: US network firm AT&T gave V3 an exclusive tour of its Global Network Operations Centre in the US state of New Jersey recently, and we used the opportunity to quiz the firm's executive director of technology security Michael Singer.

Singer explained how the company has been affected by the rising prominence of DDoS attacks and what approach it is taking to ensure it can successfully defend itself and its customers against such threats in the future.

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