Radware Adds New Managed Security Service Powered by Microsoft Azure to Its Cloud Product Portfolio

Comprehensive SaaS Security Service Leverages Azure To Provide Advanced Protection For Applications

Radware®, a leading provider of cybersecurity and application delivery solutions, has expanded its cloud services portfolio to include the immediate availability of Radware Security for Azure, a fully managed security service deployed on Microsoft Azure. 

The new service integrates Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) service, managed WAF service, analytics, threat detection, and real-time security feeds in a single, unified security portal.

“Clients building applications in the public cloud require a full security stack within the Cloud and across all global regions,” said David Anderson, Corporate Vice President at Radware. “Radware developed its new security service using the power of the Azure platform combined with the scale and reach of the Azure network.”

“Providing our customers with the best security solutions powered by Azure is a top priority for Microsoft,” said Ann Johnson, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft. “While cybersecurity is complex, it doesn’t have to be complicated and our strategic relationship with Radware helps organizations demystify cloud security and remediate security risks.”

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