Enterprise Network Security For DDoS Attacks
Today’s enterprises are more dependent on the Internet than ever before, whether it is for generating revenue, ensuring employee productivity, or providing a superb customer experience. Universal Internet, while it has many benefits, also makes it more susceptible to DDoS attacks and other cyber threats.
Service outages caused by DDoS attacks can cause costly downtime, lost productivity, reputation damage and can also impact the user experiences. Traditional security solutions like firewalls and IPS devices are ineffective against advanced cyber attacks and are frequently targeted by the attacks themselves. What enterprises require is an advanced network security solution to protect against DDoS attacks and can ensure uptime for Internet-facing services and applications.
The Corero First Line of Defense® solution is a network security product that sits between the Internet and an enterprise's network. It is designed to protect the enterprise's mission critical infrastructure from DDoS attacks, which can cripple your systems, firewalls, intrusion prevention systems (IPS), Web and DNS servers.
Corero solutions leverage award-winning DDoS defense technology to deliver non-disruptive protection against constantly evolving cyber threats. These solutions protect against DDoS attacks and cyber threats, without compromising performance.
Corero's DDoS defense solutions scale across some of the largest, most complex networks within Enterprise environments. Corero solutions leverage patented DDoS detection and defense algorithms combined with granular protection mechanisms allowing for industry-leading precision in stopping DDoS attacks.
Visibility Into DDoS Attacks
Corero leverages Splunk software to transform security event data into dashboards of actionable security intelligence accessible via Corero SecureWatch® Analytics. Enterprises can use this as a window into DDoS attacks and cyber threats targeting Internet-facing services. SecureWatch Analytics exposes:
- Reflective amplified DDoS attacks
- Targeted application layer attacks
- Under the radar low and slow attacks
- Victim servers, ports, and services
- Malicious IP addresses and botnets
To learn more about how to protect your enterprise, contact us.