Here’s what happened when a major cyber attack took Triangle tech firm Bandwidth offline

Zachary Eanes reports:

For the first time since a cyber attack hit Raleigh tech firm Bandwidth, the company’s CEO, David Morken, publicly addressed the fallout from the event, saying his company did not pay a ransom before beating back its hackers.

In late September, Bandwidth, which makes software for internet-based voice and text communication, suffered a DDoS attack, or distributed denial-of-service, that caused interruptions for some customers.

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