Radware®, a leading provider of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers, today announced the introduction of a new service for enterprise organizations, protecting them against DDoS attacks.
As today’s threat landscape has evolved, cyber-attacks have increased in its frequency and complexity. Radware helps address these security challenges by integrating on-premise detection and mitigation with cloud-based volumetric attack scrubbing.
Radware’s Attack Mitigation Service is a fully managed and hybrid solution that can help protect small to mid-sized enterprises that lack in-house security teams as well as large enterprises that wish to outsource their DDoS mitigation solution. By integrating an on-premise defense component with a cloud-based scrubbing center, this new service ensures that the datacenter is constantly protected by providing accurate, real-time detection and mitigation of multi-vector DDoS attacks.
“When using an on premise device or a cloud based DDoS solution, these tools are not as effective on their own as they are integrated,” says Carl Herberger, vice president of security solutions, Radware. “Most vendors only provide a solution in a very specific area such as HTTP floods, Cloud or DNS attacks and having multiple vendors adds unnecessary complexity and delays in attack protection and mitigation. This new hybrid attack mitigation service that we’re providing enterprise customers is a truly comprehensive solution that will effectively protect against all types of DoS/DDoS attacks.”
Along with 24/7 monitoring, part of Radware’s Attack Mitigation Service includes:
• Notification of attacks that require Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) involvement;
• ERT support in an emergency response situation;
• OPEX based Attack Mitigation Service subscription;
• End-to-end service and protection leaving the ownership, monitoring and mitigation with Radware;
• Online web portal that provides network statistics and attacks’ situational awareness.
Ebuyer.com believed that cyber-attacks are becoming more complex and harder to manage. As one of the United Kingdom’s largest online retailers of electrical and computer products with over 70,000 high quality, own brand and leading brand products, Ebuyer.com sought out a security solution that was not only robust but fit modern budget constraints.
"Radware provides us with a worry-free, fully-managed, hybrid solution with the widest protection coverage and flexible payment options,” says Tarun Samtani, information security specialist for Ebuyer.com. “Supported by their industry leading Emergency Response Team, the combination of these benefits gives us a piece of mind that our network is well protected from today's known and unknown attacks."
“All businesses are potential targets, and the boardroom is beginning to understand just what and how much are at stake,” says Christian Christiansen, program vice president, security products and services, IDC. “Since 2012, IDC has seen a sharp increase in the frequency, bandwidth volume, and application orientation of attacks. With these types of attacks on the rise, organizations need to be aware of, and take steps to protect their infrastructure from the advanced methods today's attackers use.”
Christiansen added,“Radware’s Attack Mitigation Service leverages a hybrid solution to detect attacks at the source and mitigate attacks that saturate the Internet pipe, target applications, or both without blocking legitimate traffic.”
Radware (radware.com), is a global leader of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers. Its award-winning solutions portfolio delivers full resilience for business-critical applications, maximum IT efficiency, and complete business agility. Radware's solutions empower more than 10,000 enterprise and carrier customers worldwide to adapt to market challenges quickly, maintain business continuity and achieve maximum productivity while keeping costs down.
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