Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are not going away — in fact, they have been growing in volume, watermark levels, and frequency over the past 18 months.
In this session, we will look at the latest trends in volumetric DDoS attacks aimed at causing major disruption and outages even within the largest service provider networks. From there, we will analyze the volumetric DDoS attacks key characteristics to understand what can service providers do about them. Furthermore, you will learn about the main steps involved in an auto-mitigation workflow: that is, how to start making your existing network assets a part of the solution, and moving towards a self-defending network.
In his current role, Jérôme drives the business development activities for the Nokia Deepfield portfolio in Asia-Pacific — working with communications service providers, cloud builders and large digital enterprises to help them gain insights into their networks and improve their performance and security.
Currently based out of Hong Kong, he joined the company’s Mobile Networks organization in 2005 in Malaysia; and he since covered a variety of sales & pre-sales responsibilities in the Asia-Pacific region, with both fixed and mobile communications service providers.
Jérôme graduated with a Master’s degree from the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées in Lyon, France.