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      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.

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      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.

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