Radware Wins Multi-Million Dollar Deal with Top Global Carrier To Provide Attack Mitigation For its Virtualized Cloud Network
Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, announced that its Attack Mitigation Solution (AMS) was selected by a major global carrier for use in its cloud services business. The multi-million dollar deal builds on a long-term and repeat-business relationship between the carrier and Radware, which has successfully defended the carrier’s networks from DDoS attacks for years.
This carrier is in working on a network virtualization project with the intent to resell cloud services. Radware’s AMS was a natural fit for its environment because of its in-path protection that provides continuously adaptive behavioral analysis, its ability to collect automatic updates of normal traffic baselines, detect behavioral patterns, and obtain attack footprints. This allows the carrier to manage large traffic volumes with few false positives and no latency in peacetime, which is critical for large-scale carrier networks.
“Carriers not only need to protect their own network assets, but the services they provide to customers as well,” said Mark Mcllvane, Vice President of Global Carrier Sales and Business Development at Radware. “With DDoS attacks growing more frequent, more sophisticated, and more persistent, this carrier is taking a proactive stance in securing its network as it continues a transformation to the world of cloud and virtualization.”
Radware’s family of DDoS security solutions provides integrated application and network security for a best of breed, multi-layered security architecture and DDoS attack prevention. Radware provides the highest protection accuracy with patent-protected behavioral based detection to protect legitimate traffic and real-time signature creation for zero-day attack protection. Radware's hybrid DDoS protection integrates always-on detection and mitigation (on-premises or in the cloud) with cloud-based volumetric DDoS attack prevention, scrubbing and 24x7 Emergency Response Team (ERT) support. Radware’s Defense SSL protection supports all types of encrypted attacks, inkling TCP SYN Floods, SSL Negotiation Floods, HTTPS Floods and Encrypted Web Attacks.
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