In this excerpt, Angel Grant speaks with SafetyDetectives about emerging cybersecurity threats, how companies should consider current security solutions, and more.
The Women of the Channel Awards features female executives who, through their expertise, help drive channel success at their tech solution provider organizations. F5 is proud to applaud members of its channel teams receiving recognition in 2023.
F5 is proud to announce and celebrate the winners of the F5 North America 2022 Partner Awards. This year’s honorees continuously adapted in an evolving industry, distinguishing themselves with noteworthy accomplishments throughout the year in a variety of areas, including revenue attainment, culture, and innovation.
Kara Sprague is the newly appointed chief product officer at F5. We recently caught up with Kara to learn more about her new role, F5’s adaptive applications vision, and what steps she and F5 are taking to help customers simplify their operations and secure, deliver, and optimize their applications—today and in the future.
In part two of our Q&A with Dan Woods, Global Head of Intelligence at F5, we explore what bots do, the risks to be aware of, and how organizations can adapt to the (evolving) challenges.
Our Global Head of Intelligence discusses his career to date, his work at F5, and which cybersecurity trends to look out for.
As part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program, this designation recognizes that the F5 Distributed Cloud Bot Defense SaaS offering has demonstrated successful integration with Amazon CloudFront, giving joint customers enhanced security in the cloud.
We’re proud to announce and commemorate the winners of our F5 North America FY21 Partner Awards. This year’s honorees distinguished themselves with noteworthy accomplishments in a variety of areas, including revenue attainment, culture, and innovation.
Malicious attacks are increasing in scale and complexity, threatening to overwhelm and breach the internal resources of businesses globally. Often, these attacks combine high-volume traffic with stealthy, low-and-slow, application-targeted attack techniques, powered by either automated botnets or human-driven tools.