In this Blog post, I will focus on choosing a security solution that is holistic and comprehensive enough to keep your business always protected and against multitude of attacks, varying in volume and vectors.
In the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks remain a significant concern for organizations.
Whereas 2022 was characterized by the rapid expansion of organizations to the multi-cloud, 2023 has been characterized by consolidation of cloud environments, alongside a greater appreciation of the security challenges of the multi-cloud.
Modern applications are composite, distributed, and potentially deployed in multiple cloud and hybrid environments.
Although many IT professionals see DDoS attacks as a thing of the past, a new generation of sophisticated DDoS attacks is challenging traditional anti-DDoS defenses, and leading to bigger, more complex, and more damaging attacks than ever before.
In today’s dynamic business landscape, as organizations increasingly migrate their applications and workloads to the cloud, some still maintain on-premises or private cloud deployments.
Cloud software and services are more popular than ever. The latest statistics reveal that around 50% of corporate data is already kept and managed in the cloud. Moreover, it is expected that by 2025 half of all world data will be in the public cloud, amounting to about 100 zettabytes. However, for many companies, on-premises data centers and on-premises private cloud remain a better choice.
In today’s world, web applications are a critical component of business operations. However, they are also a prime target for cyber-attacks. To protect against these threats, many organizations have implemented web application firewalls (WAFs). While on-premises WAF solutions were once the go-to option, cloud-based WAFs have become increasingly popular.
The use of public clouds, whether by a very small company or a large enterprise, is more popular now than ever. Its popularity is due to the scalability, flexibility and cost-effectiveness public cloud providers deliver. However, it is exactly this popularity that has led them to become attractive targets for cybercriminals looking to launch DDoS attacks.
It’s time to take a look into the application environment changes and examine whether a WAF is the best solution for protection applications.
Radware and Cisco have expanded their partnership with an announcement that is good news for Cisco’s customers and bad news for DDoS threat actors. Cisco, the worldwide leader in technology that powers the internet, has added Cisco® Secure Cloud DDoS Protection, powered by Radware, to the Cisco Enterprise Agreement (EA).
A partner program is measured by how beneficial it is for both parties. Beneficial is the perfect word to describe Radware’s upgraded, greatly enhanced partner program. To ensure Radware continues to surpass competitors’ partner programs, we have revamped ours with a focus on cloud business. Also, we added many attractive benefits for partners committed to […]