Workshop 4: Ways to Protect your web Infrastructure from the Ever-Growing Threat of DDoS

  • Date 05 Jun 2018

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Workshop 4: Ways to Protect your web Infrastructure from the Ever-Growing Threat of DDoS

05 Jun 2018, 10:00 - 12:00

Security Workshops

Matthew Wilson, Director of engineering of Neustar's Siteprotect NG network, brings a wealth of experience from running DDoS mitigation networks at Nexusguard and Verisign to Infosecurity Europe 2018. Here is an opportunity to discuss the best ways to protect yourself from DDoS attacks backed by real-life experience from the Neustar SOC.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understand the need for multi-layer protection in order to protect your applications
  2. Discuss global experiences and key trends to look out for 
  3. Discover best ways to improve your current strategy
  4. Take note of effective methods to scale and thwart attackers
  5. Examine the best way to ensure compliancy with data protection regulations


Target Audience: Mid-level Information Security Decision-Makers

Please note: Registering your interest does not confirm entry to session. You will receive an email to let you know whether you have a place on the workshop.

LOCATION: The Security Workshops are located on Level 3 of the Olympia Conference Centre. To access the conference centre, please use the signposted entrance on Hammersmith Road. This is a different location to previous years so make sure you plan ahead.

**Please note: You cannot access the Olympia Conference Centre via the main Infosecurity Europe exhibition hall – you must use the Hammersmith Road entrance. Please allow extra time for this.



  • Matthew Wilson


    Director of Network Engineering, Neustar SiteProtect


    Matthew Wilson leads the technical team at Neustar, developing and maintaining the world’s largest, dedicated DDoS mitigation network in the world....




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