Increases scalability and cost effectiveness with integrated web application protection and delivery
Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, today announced it expanded its relationship with a major South American conglomerate in a million dollar deal. To support the digital transformation of its portfolio companies, the conglomerate is leveraging Radware’s solution to increase its application cybersecurity defenses, expand DDoS protection for its local infrastructure, and add integrated application delivery capabilities.
“For companies in the midst of digital transformation, the ability to secure applications across a hybrid cloud environment is critical,” said Rob Hartley, vice president, overseeing Radware’s LATAM and EMEA regions. “Our integrated application and network security solutions offer major operational advantages and cost savings. You get state-of-the-art security without having to make performance tradeoffs or guesstimate what your capacity needs might be a year from now. The solutions are built to scale as organizations migrate to the cloud and modernize their applications.”
The conglomerate turned to Radware for comprehensive integrated application and network security, including its Attack Mitigation Solution. To protect application availability, the conglomerate increased its investment in Radware’s DefensePro® DDoS protection. To secure delivery of its web applications and provide API security, the organization deployed Radware’s integrated web application firewall (WAF). The integrated WAF combines in a single solution Radware’s Alteon® application delivery controller with its industry leading AppWall® web application and API protection (WAAP) solution. Together, the collective solutions safeguard against application-level and encrypted attacks, including SQL injection, brute force, data leakage, TCP SYN floods, SSL negotiation floods, and HTTPS floods.
In addition, the conglomerate deployed Radware’s Alteon Global Elastic License (GEL) for managing application performance and its multi data center strategy. The unique licensing model enables organizations to decide how best to use a single capacity license to shift and scale workloads and capacity across any private data center, or public and private cloud, regardless of location or type.
Forrester ranked Radware a global leader in its report, “The Forrester Wave™: DDoS Mitigation Solutions, Q1 2021.” Quadrant Knowledge Solutions named Radware a leader in its 2021 SPARK Matrix: Web Application Firewall report. In addition, Radware was recognized as a Customers’ Choice in the 2021 Gartner Peer Insights™ “Voice of the Customer:” Web Application Firewall report.
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