The opening of new cloud security centers in Toronto, Canada; Melbourne, Australia; and Auckland, New Zealand was announced by Radware, a global provider of cybersecurity and application delivery solutions. To assist clients in defending against denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, web application assaults, malicious bot traffic, and attacks on APIs, the facilities would help decrease traffic latency as well as boost service redundancy and mitigation capacity. Additionally, it would assist businesses in meeting offshore data routing standards and strengthening their resilience.
Radware recently also opened cloud security facilities in Chile, Italy, Taiwan, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in addition to these new cloud security centers in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. With the opening of the new facilities, the company’s mitigation capacity will now be 12Tbps over a global network of more than 50 cloud security centers.
“We continue to invest in cloud security, expanding our global mitigation capacity and regional growth opportunities,” said Haim Zelikovsky, Vice President of Cloud Security Services for Radware. “The recent enhancements we’ve made add to our already strong cloud presence and frictionless, state-of-the-art security experience.”
In comparison to the same period in 2021, the number of malicious DDoS events increased by 279%, and 84% more web application attacks were mitigated, according to Radware’s Q3 2022 DDoS and Application Threat Analysis.
In order to mitigate assaults as near to their source as possible, Radware’s network is expanding. This would give it a genuinely global mitigation that can withstand even the heaviest volumetric attacks.
Real-Time DDoS Protection
Radware’s cybersecurity solutions include DDoS protection, application delivery and load balancing, as well as network security. Radware’s solutions are designed to help organizations maintain the availability, performance, and security of their online applications and networks. The company’s products are used by businesses of all sizes, including large enterprise companies and government agencies.
Radware is a publicly traded company, founded in 1997 and based in Mahwah, New Jersey.
Radware’s cloud security centers globally can bring a number of specific benefits to businesses, including the following:
- Real-time protection against DDoS attacks – Radware’s cloud security centers can detect and mitigate DDoS attacks in real-time, so that businesses can keep their online services up and running, even in the face of a large-scale attack.
- Comprehensive security – Radware’s cloud security centers can not only detect and mitigate DDoS attacks. They can provide a comprehensive set of security measures that can help businesses defend against a wide range of cyber threats, including DDoS attacks, web application attacks, malicious bot traffic, and API attacks.
- Global coverage – The cloud security centers are strategically located around the world, providing businesses with the ability to quickly and effectively respond to attacks, no matter where they originate from.
- Advanced threat intelligence – Radware’s cloud security centers use advanced threat intelligence and machine learning algorithms to detect and block emerging threats, so that businesses can stay ahead of the latest cyberattacks.
- Cloud-based security – By utilizing cloud-based security solutions, businesses can save on the costs associated with deploying and managing on-premises security solutions.
- Compliance support – Radware’s cloud security centers can help businesses comply with various regulatory requirements, such as PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and SOC 2.
- Scalability – Radware’s cloud security centers can scale to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises.
- 24/7 monitoring and support – Radware’s cloud security centers are monitored and supported 24/7 by experienced security professionals, so that businesses can receive prompt assistance in the event of a security incident.