The Business Need for DDoS Protection

The Business Need for DDoS Protection

A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is targeted at online services with a view to overwhelming network bandwidth or server resources, thus denying access to your site from legitimate uers. 

Any organisation with a strong e-commerce presence can make a simple cost:benefit analysis of the revenue lost as a result of downtime whilst under attack.  However, this analysis should also include loss of reputation and any loss of customers who will not return.

For organisations whose operations rely on online services to trade or communicate, the risk should be evaluated in the same way as any other business continuity risk.

DDoS attacks are specifically launched to impact the availability of the target site. This can have terrible immediate financial and reputational consequences

Sectors at risk of DDoS attacks

As attacks increase in size and sophistication, an increasing number of businesses need to defend against the possibility of a DDoS attack.

The Solution

Riorey logoNetDef is proud to work with RioRey, a company that is solely involved in the mitigation of DDoS attacks.  RioRey has a singular vision to help its customers defeat all types of DDoS attack, and has an impressive portfolio of customers in the US and worldwide.

RioRey offers a comprehensive line of on-premise equipment that is placed at the network's edge to defend against the full spectrum of DDoS attacks.  This is complemented by an on-demand cloud-based scrubbing service for volumetric attacks that otherwise overwhelm the network.

Comprehensive management and reporting features give network specialists the information they need quickly; however the RioRey philosophy is based on ensuring that network analysts are not required to spend hours analysing attacks to provide a DDoS defence.

Talk to NetDef and discover which RioRey appliance best suits your business requirements

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