Radware's New DDoS Protection Services
MAHWAH, NJ: Radware, an application delivery and cyber security solutions provider has launched an entire suite of comprehensive cloud protection services to offer high-speed threat detection and mitigation. As cybersecurity threats and the frequency of DDoS attacks continue to evolve and escalate, software-based and virtualized data centers have started opting for cloud based Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) and Web Application Firewall (WAF). “We generally look at DDoS attacks across three parameters—duration, size, and complexity,” states Carl Herberger, VP, Security Solutions, Radware.
The new Cloud Security Service is an adaptive solution offered as a combination of DDoS, volumetric, and application firewall attack protection. This suite is particularly beneficial for businesses with cloud-based network infrastructure, lacking the bandwidth to support full-fledged in-house security resources to protect their web properties. The solution is configured based on the client’s requirements and once installed, has the ability to automatically adapt to the evolving threats and safeguarded assets.
Radware’s enterprise-grade cloud services have been developed to prevent outages, cloud computing security issues and minimize service-level degradation. The firm’s cloud-based WAF and DDoS protection technologies provide a comprehensive security coverage that automatically generates protection for zero-day attacks through behavioral-based detection. The only security option that allows SSL-attack mitigation in the cloud that maintains user data confidentiality while removing operational dependencies between a service provider and the organizations when the keys are changed.
“This cloud-only offering presents a viable enterprise-grade option for a wide range of organizations to defend themselves from growing cybersecurity threats,” asserts Herberger.
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