• DefenseFlow Resources

    Review Radware’s DefenseFlow resources to determine how to get DDoS protection for your network.


    • 2016 Guide to SDN and NFV
      Read the 2016 Guide to SDN and NFV to help eliminate the confusions that surrounds SDN and NFV and to accelerate the analysis and potential adoption of these new design and architectural approaches.

    • Cost benefits from virtualizing the mobile core: Lowering the TCO with NFV and SDN
      To do more, you need less. It’s counter-intuitive, but it’s a mantra that needs to be adopted as organizations look for ways to offer new services to consumers faster while increasing profitability. Proprietary “big iron” hardware limits infrastructure flexibility, which is why Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is becoming the de facto standard. Read this white paper to learn more.

    • Radware's DefenseFlow Solution
      Learn how DefenseFlow allows service providers to easily automate security incident response operations even in the most complex and highly distributed environments.

    • Accelerating the Benefits of NFV with a Cap-and- Grow Strategy

      To do more, you need less. It’s counterintuitive, but it’s a mantra that needs to be adopted as organizations look for ways to offer new services to consumers faster while increasing profitability. Proprietary “big iron” hardware limits infrastructure flexibility, which is why Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is becoming the de facto standard. Read this eBook to learn more.


    • Taking Advantage of SDN Services to Intelligently Automate Network Security

      Taking advantage of SDN services to intelligently automate network security How to monitor and mitigate application and volumetric attacks with softwaredriven policiesDefending multivector attacks Commercializing SDN Two Shadows, One Network Your network hums along every day, delivering crucial services to enterprises


    • DDoS Handbook
      Radware's DDoS Handbook offers expert advice, actionable tools and tips to help detect and stop DDoS attacks.


    • 2015 - 2016 Global Application & Network Security Infographic
      2015 saw defenses succumb to new threats as the ability to choreograph responses in real-time diminished. The Global Application and Network Security Report reveals 2015 attack trends and offers predictions for 2016 as the rise of cyber botted defense approaches.

    • 2014 - 2015 Global Application & Network Security Infographic
      2014 was a watershed year for the security industry. Cyber-attacks reached a tipping point in terms of quantity, length, complexity and targets. Even organizations with by-the-book security programs can be caught off guard. This infographic provides best practices advice for organizations to consider when planning for cyber-attacks in 2015.

    • 2013 Global Application & Network Security Infographic
      DoS/DDoS attacks are the weapon of choice for cyber-hacktivists and are increasing in severity and complexity. This infographic provides insight to help detect, mitigate and win the extended and persistent DoS/DDoS battle.


    • 2015-2016 Global Application & Network Security Report
      Radware’s annual Global Application & Network Security Report outlines findings and analysis of our 2015 industry survey. Designed to benefit the entire security community, this research provides a comprehensive and objective review of 2015 cyber-attacks from both a business and a technical perspective. It offers best practice advice for organizations to consider when planning for cyber-attack protection in 2016.

    • 2014-2015 Global Application & Network Security Report
      Radware’s annual Global Application & Network Security Report is designed to benefit the entire security community and provide a comprehensive and objective review of 2014 cyber-attacks from both a business and a technical perspective and gives best practices advice for organizations to consider when planning for cyber-attacks in 2015.

    • 2013 Global Application & Network Security Report
      Radware’s annual Global Application & Network Security Report provides insight into network security trends with a specific focus on DoS/DDoS attacks. Intended for the entire security community, this research is designed to deliver a comprehensive and objective summary of 2013 DoS/DDoS attacks from a business and technical perspective.

    • 2012 Global Application and Network Security Report
      Prepared by Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT), which actively monitors and mitigates attacks in real-time, this resource guide identified trends that can help educate the security community. Read it to get actionable intelligence to better detect and mitigate threats that plague your organization’s infrastructure.

    • 2011 Global Application & Network Security Report
      Denial of Service attacks became much more organized and professional in 2011. The attacks became more complex with attackers using as many as five different attack vectors in a single “attack campaign”.

    • Radware DefenseFlow 2.0 Flow-Based Attack Detection

      DefenseFlow 2.0 is a network-wide attack detection and cyber command and control application designed to support traditional Netflow and future SDN/OF networks by providing new ways of detecting, investigating and mitigating network-wide, multi-vector attacks.



    • DefenseFlow Tech Specs
      DefenseFlow is a network-wide attack detection and cyber command and control application designed to protect networks against known and emerging attacks that threaten network resources.

    • DefenseFlow Security Operations Model
      This white paper provides an overview of the increasing importance of automating cyber security processes and systems and of Radware DefenseFlow 2.3.


    • DefenseFlow 2.0 - Flow Based Detection
      Radware introduces a DDoS attack protection solution for service providers that delivers best quality of mitigation and detection and is suitable for current and future carrier environments.




    • Network Services in the SDN Data Center
      While interest about OpenFlow and SDN has increased throughout the tech media over the last year, it is not always clear what all the hype is about and what will inevitably be the role of networks as we know them today.

    Attack Mitigation
    Radware CEO Roy Zisapel outlines why current application and network security models are failing as cyber attackers lay siege daily against business operations and reputations.
    Can You Explain SDN?
    Hear from one of Radware's experts and dive into the value of software defined networking (SDN) for companies looking to improve application security and availability.
    Is SDN a Threat to Application Delivery Products?
    Hear from one of Radware's experts to find out how software defined networking (SDN) is an opportunity to get more value out of network and application delivery products.
    Proud Recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s Leadership Award
    Find out why Frost & Sullivan chose Radware for its Product Line Strategy Leadership Award in DDoS Mitigation.
    Radware Attack Mitigation with Defense Messaging – A Truly Synchronized System
    Defense Messaging is at the core of Radware's attack mitigation solution. Its unique messaging capability synchronizes traffic baselines and attack information across the various elements of the solution to create a truly integrated system. This capability allows Radware's solution to apply the optimal detection technology deployment.
    SDN: Security Nightmare or Blessing?
    Learn how software defined networking (SDN) can be either a nightmare of blessing for organizations depending on the types of practices and technology they currently deploy.
    SDN-Based Cyber Security
    Radware SDN applications improve application security, performance and availability by programming the SDN to collect data and optimally forward traffic to deliver network services. Learn more about DefenseFlow, an SDN application that enables network operators to program the network to provide DDoS protection against current DDoS attacks.
    What Are the Benefits of SDN?
    Find out how software defined networking provides key benefits such as improved application delivery and quality of experience in order to better serve organizations.
    What Are the Cost Savings From Using SDN?
    Hear from a Radware expert and find out how software defined networks can result in both immediate and long term cost savings.
    What is SDN?
    Hear from one of Radware's experts and learn the benefits and value of improved application security and availability that software defined networking (SDN) brings to organizations.
    What is the Selection Criteria for SDN Solutions?
    Hear from one of Radware's experts and find out how to select software defined network solutions and how it differs from selecting traditional and legacy networks.
    What is the Value SDN Brings to Network Services?
    Hear from Radware experts and find out how software defined networks (SDN) bring value to the applications that support business operations.
    Will SDN Replace Traditional Networks?
    Find out how SDN offers new capabilities for organizations to further optimize the way networks and business applications are operated and delivered on time.