Posted by: RAH Infotech | February 26, 2014

Radware Offers New Attack Mitigation Security Architecture for Enterprise Networks

Radware’s visionary approach offers wider detection and stronger mitigation coverage to address today’s security challenges

Radware®, a leading provider of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers, announced a new holistic security architecture that combines distributed detection and mitigation elements called Attack Mitigation Network (AMN) – a security solution that expands detection coverage across all enterprise resources and automates the mitigation by selecting the most effective tools and locations – in the data center, at the perimeter or in the cloud. As a result, AMN offers unprecedented protection against availability-based threats on all fronts.

Radware’s AMN is a revolutionary attack protection solution that combines existing and emerging detection technologies such as traditional anomaly detection tools and future attack detection technologies such as SDN based security applications into a centralized monitoring and control system that works in sync for increased visibility and security across the Enterprise. The result is a robust solution that enables scalability without losing mitigation accuracy to better fight complex attack campaigns by pushing mitigation away from the data center, while still allowing business continuity during an attack.

This future-proof solution can interface with not only existing security and anomaly detection tools but with future SDN security applications as well, thus ensuring AMN can scale with the needs of the organization when it’s required. For additional information on Radware’s Attack Mitigation Network, please visit


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