Real-time AntiDDoS protection filters out unwanted traffic and eliminates network DoS and DDoS attacks. As a result, your server is highly available and protected even when it is under attack.
Datasheet: DDoS Protection
Hit before the attack
The Radware DefensePro platform integrates several technologies. It can detect an ongoing attack and filter it out at the same time. These include, for example, statistical analysis, probability theory, and others. The main referee module at DefensePro is the so-called Fuzzy Logic Module.
How does DDoS protection work?
We connect customer servers behind a specialised Radware DefensePro switch.
All incoming traffic to the server passes through this device.
The device continuously learns the statistical profile of the network's operation; if a deviation occurs in the case of an attack, it can automatically detect and block this attack.
Thus, it protects against volumetric and flood attacks up to 20 Gbps.
Allows configuration of two levels of protection.
The result is an operation without disruption and crashes of applications.
Choose from possible DDoS protection varieties
Everyone needs AntiDDoS Protection
AntiDDoS protection will generally be appreciated by all companies doing business on the internet, regardless of their size. Unfortunately, attacks do not make it a choice, and their numbers are growing.
- banks, financial and insurance institutions
- ISP providers, technological companies
- bookmakers and game servers
- travel agencies and online booking systems
- political parties
- public administration institutions, such as offices, hospitals, or universities
With AntiDDoS protection, you will not even notice the attack. Not only does APSolute Vision external management allow us to send reports, but it also provides individual protection settings for individual clients where possible.
Included in the price of the service:
- 24/7 protection
- elimination of attacks up to 20 Gpbs
- a log of filtered attacks is available in Customer Administration
- alert emails during an ongoing attack
- PDF reports for the past period