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Natural and unnatural disasters strike every day, everywhere in the world. We can count on it. Yet businesses still leave their data at risk of being “lost,” if even for a short time. In an era when about everything lives in the cloud, BCP can no longer be left on the back burner.
March 01, 2013
FireHost is mentioned in this report that analyzes the current market for cloud-based security services and the different security-as-a-service (SecaaS) models currently being offered. These models include various services such as DLP, IAM, SIEM, Security Assessments, Intrusion Management, Encryption, Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery, and Web, Email, and Network security. SecaaS market revenues are broken down by service and […]
If 2012 has shown us anything about the security landscape, it’s that we’ve come very far in defending against – and deterring – attacks. And we’ve also learned that while we cannot control attackers themselves, we have endless power in our preparation for, and responses to, their attacks.
February 05, 2013
Eliminates Downtime for Enterprise, Transactional, and SaaS Applications Dallas, Texas – February 5, 2013 – FireHost, the secure cloud hosting company, has transformed the cloud industry again, today introducing FluidScale™. This unique, enhanced scaling option knocks out the generally accepted notion that a reboot is required in order to add additional memory or processor resources to […]
February 01, 2013
The secure cloud hosting specialist, FireHost, is considering a range of options to help move into new markets as it takes the next steps in its corporate development.
February 01, 2013
FluidScale™ is the ability to scale cloud infrastructure resources on the fly without restarting the server. This can be done manually through the portal whenever the need arises or automatically scheduled. The capability is an enhancement and not a paid add-on service.
FireHost’s Q4 2012 web application attack statistics show that cross-site scripting attacks rose from just over one million in Q3 2012 to 2.6 million in the fourth quarter, an increase of 160 percent. Cross-site scripting involves the insertion of malicious code into pages in order to manipulate website visitors.
January 29, 2013
64 million cyberattacks blocked by secure cloud hosting company in 2012 London, UK – January 29, 2013 — Secure cloud hosting company, FireHost, has today announced its Q4 2012 web application attack statistics, detailing the type and number of cyberattacks blocked by its servers in the US and Europe between October and December 2012. Throughout […]
Blocking over 64 million cyber attacks, FireHost’s Q4 2012 web application threat statistics show that between October and December 2012 in the US and Europe, three of the main four attack types rose in volume.