Radware (News - Alert) has rolled out an integrated and comprehensive solution named DefensePipe, which promises to root out volumetric DDoS attacks that can saturate a customer's Internet pipe – or the 'outside line' that connects enterprises to the Web.
According to the company, DefensePipe is a solution for end-to-end attack mitigation on-premises and in the cloud, and is currently available to Radware customers deploying an on-premises attack mitigation system (AMS).
“To effectively diminish availability-based threats, you must take a holistic approach on both detection and mitigation," said Avi Chesla, chief technology officer at Radware. "Today's security challenges, including multi-vulnerability attack campaigns, are better addressed when detection and mitigation resources appropriately match the threat type and attack target in any given time."
Chesla noted that they have essentially extended the strength of their AMS to the cloud with this robust end-to-end solution, which provides greater flexibility to protect against any type and size of threat – all under the hood of the same attack mitigation system.
The DefensePipe program ensures the widest security coverage from an array of attacks that can’t be detected and mitigated by other solutions in the cloud or otherwise in-house. In addition, it offers efficient forensics, enabling a better understanding of threats and better-planned mitigation strategies for future threats.
"Radware's DefensePipe was a natural fit, as we're very pleased with their attack mitigation system and its unmatched capability," said Robert Proulx, Eng. president and founder of Xittel Télécommunications. "The combination of an on-premise AMS and DefensePipe in the cloud provides us with maximum security coverage and the ideal solution to ensure the availability of our customers' business. Furthermore, it allows us to maintain our high SLA with our hosted customers, providing a much greater value for them."
Radware believes its solutions empower more than 10,000 enterprise and carrier customers worldwide to adapt to market challenges quickly, maintain business continuity and achieve maximum productivity while keeping costs down.
Edited by Braden Becker