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    About Matthew Andriani

    Matthew Andriani is CEO & Founder of MazeBolt Technologies.

    MazeBolt meets with large Corporates in Hamburg

    On 24 and 25 April 2019, at the old Customs House in Hamburg, MazeBolt was one of 54 companies backed by the European Innovation Council (EIC) pilot that... Read More

    DDoS Protection Testing is Critical

    Many of your team members may have CISSP or other security certifications, which they received by learning specific material and then getting tested for... Read More

    The Paradox of Choice

    In his 2004 book, The Paradox of Choice, American psychologist Barry Schwartz explains how we get overwhelmed when we have “too many options.” To cope, we... Read More

    Prioritizing DDoS Protection

    Prioritizing DDoS Protection Phishing. Malware. Spam. Ransomware. Poisoned Links. SQL injections. Brute force. Man in the middle. Cross-site scripting.... Read More

    The Trust Factor of Third-party DDoS Protection

    The Trust Factor of Third-party DDoS Protection If you inventory the basic security infrastructure of any organization across any industry, 99.9% most... Read More

    Put Your DDoS Protection to the Test

    Put Your DDoS Protection to the Test When was the last time you checked to see if your security defenses were prepared for a major attack? Organizations... Read More

    The Real Costs of DDoS Attacks Against the Enterprise

    The Real Costs of DDoS Attacks Against the Enterprise The bottom line cost of a DDoS attack is as high as $2.3 million for the enterprise, based on the... Read More

    Yes, They ARE Out to Get You – And It’s Going to Cost You

    Downtime Costs  How much surplus do you have in your operating budget?  If you aren’t suitably protected against a DDoS attack, current figures from a... Read More

    Your DDoS Attack May be Coming Soon – Three Types to Expect

      Your DDoS Attack May be Coming Soon – Three Types to Expect DDoS attacks aren’t a matter of if, they are matter of when. It’s simply a matter of when... Read More