•  Service Provider Solutions

  • Radware solutions for service providers transform carrier networks into more service-aware, cost-effective networks by delivering visibility, optimization, resilience, scalability, security and control to effectively manage IP services for Telecom Providers, Cable Multiple Systems Operators (MSOs), and Cloud Providers.

  • Radware's attack mitigation architecture is inherently flexible and extensible—providing a point of entry that can be tailored to the need of each service provider and its customers. Radware's service provider solutions are tailored to the following customers:

    Telecom Providers

    Telecom providers must transform their infrastructures into service-aware, cost-effective architectures that deliver scalability, security and control to customers.

    Learn more

    Multiple Systems Operators (MSOs)

    Wire line carriers must balance the proliferation of devices and applications across networks while dealing with an evolving threat landscape. The key is transformation through innovation.

    Learn more

    Cloud Providers

    Market-leading ADC and security solutions allow cloud and hosting providers to differentiate themselves and create additional revenue by selling advanced services.

    Learn more

  • Radware's DDoS attack prevention and attack mitigation architecture is a multi-tiered solution that includes:

    Collection

    Robust security data collection from multiple sources including NetFlow (via Radware Flow Collector or third party), OpenFlow and Open Daylight network elements, Radware's attack mitigation products, and third party devices & tools

    Detection

    Unmatched attack detection quality and precision through patent-protected behavioral-based detection technology by DefensePro and DefenseFlow

    Mitigation

    Highest capacity, most advanced attack mitigation in the market by DefensePro attack mitigation device, DefensePipe DDoS scrubbing service and Peak Protection

    Operations & Automation

    Smart attack mitigation command & control via DefenseFlow which enables automation of the network in a non-intrusive, cost efficient solution

  • In addition to integrating multi-tenant management through a centralized management system, the architecture delivers the highest-quality, most accurate detection and mitigation for large-scale environments—covering both network and application attacks with no inline hardware required. By creating a self-defending network that requires no manual intervention, this architecture also helps minimize operating expenses.

  • In addition to integrating multi-tenant management through a centralized management system, the architecture delivers the highest-quality, most accurate detection and mitigation for large-scale environments—covering both network and application attacks with no inline hardware required. By creating a self-defending network that requires no manual intervention, this architecture also helps minimize operating expenses.

    In thinking of how this attack mitigation architecture could benefit you, consider the following:

    Are you able to detect DDoS attacks no matter where they are within your infrastructure? Does your detection solution treat all attacks equally, or are you able to determine the location and nature of attacks for more targeted mitigation?

    How quickly and effectively are you able to restore service following an attack? With more precise insights into the location and nature of the attack—and automated signaling to move mitigation across devices—how could you improve mitigation and restoration?

    Can you detect attacks at Layers 2 through 7, or is your current NetFlow-based detection limited to Layers 2 and 3?

    Are you able to mitigate attacks where it makes the most sense—moving mitigation to a scrubbing center only when truly necessary?

    How would automated intelligence help improve the speed and effectiveness of detection and mitigation?

  • Featured Resources

    eBook: Transform Risk into Reward
    This eBook outlines the market trends that are providing service providers/CSPs with an opportunity to leverage DDoS managed services to increase revenue.
    Whitepaper: Cyber Economics: Validating DDoS Managed Service Delivery Models
    This paper outlines a flexible and comprehensive model designed to quantify the financial and business cases of DDoS managed services and provides a detailed overview of returns for service providers that commercially deploy the service.
    Whitepaper: MSSP Portal Solution Overview
    Managed Security Service Providers require solutions that enable them to sell cyber security detection and mitigation capabilities to customers as a managed service. Radware’s MSSP Portal allows them to address this requirement. This white paper outlines the MSSP’s Portal’s capabilities and value proposition for readers.
    eBook: Accelerating the Benefits of NFV with a Cap-and- Grow Strategy
    To do more, you need less. It’s counterintuitive, but it’s a mantra that needs to be adopted as organizations look for ways to offer new services to consumers faster while increasing profitability. Proprietary “big iron” hardware limits infrastructure flexibility, which is why Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is becoming the de facto standard. Read this eBook to learn more.