SmartWall® Threat Defense System

The SmartWall TDS family of solutions is capable of mitigating a wide range of DDoS attacks all while maintaining full connectivity to avoid disrupting the delivery of legitimate traffic. It is designed to handle large network-based DDoS attacks or floods, reflective amplified spoof attacks, as well as application layer attacks that are typically too low to be detected by out of band solutions. The SmartWall TDS detects and mitigates attacks in seconds vs. minutes saving you money and resources. » LEARN MORE

SmartProtect Program

Corero SmartProtect is a program designed for a broad ecosystem of service providers – hosted, managed and ISP – which gives these operators the capability to deliver advanced DDoS protection as a new high-value managed service to their customers, with an easily digestible economic model. Not only does this enable another layer of defense against multi-vector DDoS attacks for service providers’ infrastructure, but it gives them stronger competitive positioning in the marketplace and a new revenue generating service offering.  » LEARN MORE


Video Interview

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DDoS Mitigation in the Age of Multicloud

Watch a video interview from the Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco with Corero's CEO Ashley Stephenson on the DDoS mitigation. 

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On Demand Webinar

Co-sponsored with IHS Markit

Moving to 100Gbps Internet Access: DDoS Considerations

Watch this webinar to learn:
  • Drivers for adopting 100 Gbps Internet Access

  • How moving to 100Gbps links affects the ability to mitigate DDoS attacks

  • Commercial solutions for auto-mitigation of DDoS attacks at 100Gbps and beyond

Latest Blog Posting

Using DDoS as a Political Weapon; Hacktivism or Cyber Warfare in Hong Kong?

June 24, 2019 By Sean Newman

The city of Hong Kong was rocked by protests in early June. On June 12, 2019 in the midst of those protests, the Telegram, a popular encrypted messaging service, was hit with a massive DDoS attack that knocked the service offline for over an hour. The theory is that China ordered the DDoS attack because it has a vested interest in squelching communication among protesters. Will anyone ever know for sure whether the Chinese government is behind the attacks? » READ MORE