Radware Opens Up New Scrubbing Center for Cloud Security in Japan
MAHWAH, N.J.: A new scrubbing center in Japan has recently been opened by Radware (RDWR)—a cyber security and application delivery solutions provider which ensures optimal service level for applications in cloud, virtual, and software-defined data centers. This new location brought Radware’s total global Cloud DDoS protection capacity to more than 2Tbps.
Radware’s cloud security services offer a full range of cloud WAF and DDoS protection services to customers.
Cloud DDoS Scrubbing service: The service is going to benefit the Radware customers who are currently using Radware’s Attack Mitigation System (AMS) with end-to-end attack mitigation (on-premises and in the cloud). Cloud-based DDoS protection would provide volumetric DDoS attack mitigation and Internet pipe saturation defense to customers. Once imminent pipe saturation is detected by AMS, scalable DDoS protection service automatically engages itself.
Cloud WAF service: With full coverage from all OWASP top 10 attacks, Radware’s Cloud WAF provides full enterprise-grade WAF protection. By applying its unique ability to automatically adapt to the continuously changing threat landscape and defendable online assets, the service implements both negative and positive security models. Radware’s Cloud WAF Service is built with state-of-the-art machine learning technologies. It automatically detects application domains, assigns optimal protection policies, and analyzes potential vulnerabilities. Also, the service ceaselessly monitors and analyzes patterns for application usage and generates granular baselines for legitimate traffic. This allows for rapid detection and mitigation of zero-day attacks, and continuous fine-tuning of security policies due to varying application usage patterns.
“Radware’s Japanese customers will benefit from strong in-country DDoS scrubbing capabilities. The scrubbing center will support the whole Asia-Pacific region and will allow us to expand our cloud security services to include a full range of cloud WAF and DDoS protection services,” said Haim Zelikovsky, V. P, Cloud Business for Radware.
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