Internet use surged around the world during the pandemic but the traffic growth is being outstripped by a rise in malicious actors and cyber attacks, according to Akamai. The company, whose servers deliver a large portion of the content on the internet, on Wednesday warned bad actors are being attracted

Lockdown measures instituted to combat the spread of COVID-19 have caused a surge of around 30 per cent in internet traffic in the last month, according to data from Akamai, a company responsible for serving a significant amount of online content. “I’ve been looking at traffic graphs for over 20


Online shoppers have extremely short attention spans. A 100-millisecond delay in website load time can hurt conversion rates by 7 per cent and over half (53 per cent) of mobile site visitors will leave a page that takes longer than three seconds to load. Take our Which-50 reader survey and

Four out of ten Australian companies have experienced a denial of service attack (DDoS ) in the last twelve months.  While most companies have plans in place to mitigate for such an experience almost half have never tested their response and capabilities. And one in five companies have no strategy