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Keep Critical Applications and Your Network From Being Taken Offline by DDoS Attacks

Protect your network and applications from the growing threat of multi-vector DDoS attacks.


Why you might be the target of the next DDoS attack:

  1. Hit and Run

    Sometimes it's random, for fun or fame

  2. Political

    To make a statement as a Hacktivist

  3. Retaliation

    To hurt you fiscally through loss of revenue and reputation 

  4. Smokescreen

    To divert your attention away from another type of attack such as data exfiltration or planting malware 

  5. Ransom

    Holding your valuable resources hostage for financial gain with ransomware

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Learn more about the rise of multi-vector DDoS attacks and how to stop them

Learn more about the rise of multi-vector DDoS attacks and how to stop them

DDoS attacks have evolved into bigger, more frequent and more devastating multi-vector DDoS attacks. Most enterprises have existing DDoS security solutions that are unable to handle the volume and complexity of multi-vector DDoS attacks effectively and affordably.

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Learn more about the rise of multi-vector DDoS attacks and how to stop them

Learn more about the rise of multi-vector DDoS attacks and how to stop them

DDoS attacks have evolved into bigger, more frequent and more devastating multi-vector DDoS attacks. Most enterprises have existing DDoS security solutions that are unable to handle the volume and complexity of multi-vector DDoS attacks effectively and affordably.

Learn more about the rise of multi-vector DDoS attacks and how to stop them

DDoS attacks have evolved into bigger, more frequent, and more devastating multi-vector DDoS attacks. Most enterprises have existing DDoS security solutions that are unable to handle the volume and complexity of multi-vector DDoS attacks effectively and affordably.

Watch the Video

 

The cost of DDoS attacks can go far beyond the initial downtime and the threat is on the rise. 

Can you afford the cost of downtime?

 

  • $22,000 per minute

    is the average loss of revenue from a DDoS attack that on average lasts 24 hours.

    *Source

  • 2X is the rate

    at which DDoS attacks have increased since Q2 2015.

    *Source

  • 75% of all

    modern DDoS attacks use a multi-vector approach.

    *Source

 

 

Learn more about multi-vector DDoS attacks and how they impact the experience of your customers.

 

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Why choose A10

Because we offer a variety of solutions to keep
your services Always On like no one else.

  • Multi-vector DDoS protection to ensure service availability
  • Highly efficient performance to meet growing attack scale
  • Full control and smart automation for agile protection
  • Broad deployment flexibility
  • Solve IPv4 exhaustion and transition to IPv6

A10 Products to Help You Keep Your Business Always On

Thunder TPS

A10 Thunder® TPS™ line of Threat Protection Systems enables service availability against a variety of volumetric, protocol, resource and more sophisticated application-level DDoS attacks.

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Thunder CGN

A10 Thunder® CGN line of Carrier Grade Networking gateways provides high-performance IPv4 scalability and a smooth transition to IPv6.

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IHS, Inc.

A10 has built a loyal base of service provider and enterprise customers that value the performance, the manageability, and the advanced features of the entire product line...Thunder TPS 3.2 and the Verisign partnership enable A10 to broaden market reach of its DDoS detection and mitigation solutions to customers’ lower bandwidth requirements.  

Jeff Wilson
Infonetics/IHS

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