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In March 2022, the European Union and the United States unveiled the follow-up to the Privacy Shield agreement: the Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework. The new agreement, also known as “Privacy Shield 2.0,” is intended to ensure the free and secure exchange of data between the EU and the United States. For more than two years, […]READ MORE
Frankfurt, October 6, 2022. Link11, the leading European IT security provider in the field of cyber resilience, has been awarded a contract with Fraport AG to protect its IT infrastructure with Link11 DDoS protection. Fraport AG is a German company that operates Frankfurt Airport, one of the central air traffic hubs in Europe. Thanks to […]READ MORE
Link11 completes baton handover. As planned, effective December 31, 2022, Marc Wilczek (COO) will step down from the Executive Board and transition into the company’s newly created Advisory Board as per January 1, 2023. In the future, Jens-Philipp Jung (CEO) will assume responsibility for sales, marketing, and business development, while Karsten Desler (CTO) remains in […]READ MORE
In the eye of the storm – the number of DDoS attacks is decreasing; at the same time, they are becoming more dangerous. DDoS attacks in H1 2022 quantitative decline (-80%) – attacks instead shorter, more intense, and more sophisticated than ever before Critical payload reached after 55 seconds on average in 2022 (2021: 184 […]READ MORE