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INAP, a Radware premier partner and a global provider of IaaS hosting services and hybrid infrastructure solutions, has announced an extended collaboration with cybersecurity solutions company Radware (NASDAQ: RDWR). INAP intends to deliver Radware’s Cloud WAF and DDoS Protection Services to organizations all around the world.
Radware’s Cloud WAF and DDoS Protection Services will complement INAP’s existing security services, expanding INAP’s portfolio to satisfy stringent cyber security needs. Ad tech, healthcare, healthcare technology, entertainment and gaming, financial services, SaaS, ISF, and other businesses would benefit from the merged offering delivered by INAP.
“With the rapid shift to the cloud and growing number of sophisticated cyberattacks, INAP has expanded its Radware cloud security solutions to offer customers even more service availability and application security to grow and safeguard their businesses,” said Bob Simpson, vice president of Radware’s North American business. “INAP’s hybrid infrastructures combined with our cloud security and DDoS mitigation expertise provides customers 24X7 access to trusted online services that they can rely on for enterprise-grade protection.”
Q2 DDoS Attacks
The average blocked traffic per firm climbed 40% in the second quarter of 2021 compared to the same period in 2020, according to Radware’s Q2 DDoS Attack Report. Technology, healthcare, and finance were among the most targeted industries in the second quarter of 2021, with retail, gaming, and telecom blocking the most attacks.
The Cloud DDoS Protection services from Radware would provide precise detection and real-time protection against today’s most dynamic and destructive DDoS assaults.
The Cloud WAF service from Radware would deliver continuous web application security protection. It provides comprehensive coverage of OWASP Top-10 threats and automatically adjusts safeguards to emerging threats and protected assets, based on Radware’s ICSA Labs certified web application firewall.
These technologies, when combined with INAP’s hybrid portfolio, would help fulfill the stringent cyber security needs of INAP’s clients.
“The acceleration of digital transformation by businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic and the proliferation of cryptocurrency has increased the threat landscape that companies face,” said Jennifer Curry, INAP’s executive vice president of technology and product. “The threats are more sophisticated, and our partnership with Radware provides our customers with a best-in-class suite of advanced network defense services.”