Radware's Attack Mitigation Service combines the requisite technologies for making businesses resilient to cyber-attacks. It integrates on-premise detection/mitigation with cloud-based volumetric attack scrubbing and is offered with a simple subscription pricing model.
In order to comprehensively defeat multi-vector DDoS attacks, Radware, a company into application delivery and security solutions for data centers, has introduced a new service called Attack Mitigation Service.
Radware, a company best known for its DDoS attack mitigation and application deliver appliances, this week announced a new hybrid solution designed to help enterprise organizations detect and protect against sophisticated and volumetric DDoS attacks.
The data breaches that cost Target and Home Depot tens of millions of dollars in losses as well as the personal information of more than 100 million customers is the extent to which the vast majority of people know about cyberattacks.
MAHWAH, N.J: Radware, provider of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers, announced that they will be offering its Alteon Virtual Appliance (VA) for Amazon Web Services (AWS) – a cloud-based application delivery controller –available as a "Pay as you Go" and a "Bring Your Own License" (BYOL) model on AWS Marketplace.
Radware this week launched a pair of application delivery controllers – one a software-only solution and the other an appliance – for use in large enterprise data centers and mobile carrier networks.
Apple has only just launched its iPhone 6 (and its overgrown sibling the 6+), yet already rumors are circling about what its next device will be. Samsung is set to roll out the next generation of its smartwatch following its Galaxy S5 (which beat iPhone 6 to market with most of the features Apple touted at launch).