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The global streaming landscape is becoming more fragmented and competitive than ever before. In order to attract and grow the widest audience possible today, streaming services need to be flexible in the way they deliver and monetize content, manage multiple cost points and different service tiers, as well as experiment with new viewing experiences and revenue models such as SVOD, AVOD, and FAST…
Welcome to the fourth episode of Beyond the Edge, a podcast dedicated to exploring the dynamic challenges faced by modern digital businesses. In this episode, our host, Lauren Bradley, Global Campaign Manager, chats with Michael Grimshaw Edgio’s Director of Platform Engineering, and Richard Yew, Senior Director of Product Management for the Edgio Security Platform, about Shifting Left. Specifically, how culture and technology change as web application and API protection become a native and inherent part of your DevOps lifecycle.
You’ve probably noticed the frequency of cyberattacks in headlines has grown drastically since the Israel/Hamas war began. We’ve seen a hike in everything from site defacement to DDoS attacks to data exfiltration from hacktivists all over the world. There have been no borders nor boundaries they aren’t willing to cross. Learn more about the rise of hacktivism and how your site is risk.
When a major player like Lumen announces its exit from the CDN arena, concerns naturally arise for existing Lumen CDN customers. How can you ensure a seamless, high-quality content delivery in the aftermath of this decision? Edgio stands ready to ensure uninterrupted, high-quality content delivery, and is offering price matching for 12 months for Lumen customers.
Web Application and API Protection (WAAP) refers to a set of security technologies implemented to safeguard web applications and services from a wide range of cyber threats and attacks. In today’s digital landscape, where businesses heavily rely on web applications and APIs to interact with customers and manage critical operations, ensuring their security is paramount.