Cloud Threat Detection & Response (CTDR)

Detect and stop malicious activity within your cloud environment

The Cloud Has Different Threats

Running workloads in the public cloud exposes them to cloud-native threats that differ from threat facing on-premise environments.

Radware provides comprehensive Cloud Threat Detection and Response (CTDR) capabilities so organizations not only detect suspicious activities in their cloud environments, but also correlate them into streamlined attack storylines by displaying step-by-step progression of attack activities so they can be stopped before they develop into a full data breach.

Key Capabilities

Detect Suspicious Activity In Your Cloud

Risk-Based Prioritization Of Suspicious Events

Correlate Individual Events Into Unified Attack Storylines

Automated Response Against Malicious Activity


Avoid Log Overload

Radware detects suspicious activity in you cloud environment using dedicated Malicious Behavior Indicators (MBIs) which are custom-tailored to the threats facing cloud environments. Moreover, Radware not only detects but correlates individual events across time, threat surfaces and resources into unified attack storylines. It displays step-by-step progression of attacks so they can be stopped before they develop into a full data breach.

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Radware’s cloud workload protection service has helped Perion to identify threats in real time without the noise of false alerts. It has been excellent in exposing misconfigurations and potential risks and thus very helpful in both detection and prevention.”

Amir Arama
Sr. Director of Cloud Operations,

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Data Sheet

Cloud Threat Detection & Response (CTDR)

This datasheet provides an overview of Radware’s CTDR solution and how it safeguards workloads running in public clouds

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How to Ensure Data Privacy in Public Clouds

Cloud workloads are vulnerable to data breaches, account compromises, and resource exploitation. See how one company suffered an AWS data breach and how it could have been avoided.

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The Anatomy of a Cloud-Native Data Breach

Learn more about migrating computing resources to cloud environments, how this introduces new attack surfaces different from premise-based data centers, and more.

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Detecting and Mitigating Cloud Native Threats

Migrating to the cloud exposes workloads to a wide array of security threats. While some of these threats are similar to legacy threats, others are new and unique to the cloud environment.

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Contact us to learn more about Radware’s Cloud Native Protector and how it can help you lock down your cloud security posture.

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