Advanced Protection From DDoS Threats

All-Inclusive DDoS Protection

Always-on DDoS protection that automatically detects and mitigates attacks targeting websites, web applications, network infrastructure, name servers and more!

  • Website and Web Application Protection.
  • Critical Web Infrastructure Protection.
  • Name Server Protection.

Features

Protection Approach

  • Always-on DDoS Protection
  • Mitigate direct infrastructure attacks
  • Protect Name Servers From Layer 3 & 7 Attacks
  • Leveraging Unicast and Anycast Technologies

Website DDoS Protection

  • Over 5Tbs of on-demand scrubbing capacity
  • Automatically blocking all assaults in seconds
  • Legitimate visitors will not encounter latency
  • Ability process 30 billion attack packets per second

Infrastructure DDoS Protection

  • Successfully mitigate the largest, most sophisticated DDoS attacks.
  • BGP Based DDoS Mitigation
  • Option for always-on or on-demand protection
  • Secure Assets Across Cloud Enviornments

Name Server DDoS Protection

  • Protection deployed in front of your DNS server
  • Inspection of incoming queries and filtration of malicious packets
  • Accelerated and improved DNS Performance
  • Still Able to manage DNS Zone Files outside of network

Questions and Answers

They are cyber generated, super-spammings that can freeze up a server, a website, an email account or even crash a network by over loading it with a relentless barrage of incoming requests. The overload causes the system to slow and eventually freeze up.
The answer is simple really. How much will your company lose if the network goes down for a day? What does 24 hours of denial of service mean to your business? Some sites do hundreds of thousands of dollars in transactions on a given day. Add to the financial losses, customer aggravation and it can get ugly.
The short answer is yes. The long answer is that a rapidly increasing number of DoS attacks are targeted directly at Layer 7 (applications). These attacks are painstakingly designed to look like legitimate traffic.
“They aren’t” is an acceptable answer for some. Not all organizations need it. However, if your organization relies on SSL-based traffic and transactions, it’s critical to understand if and how your service provider supports this capability.