Stonefish – Automating DDoS Mitigation at the Edge
By Jesse Blazina, Director Edge Services
According to a recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, two out of five cyber incidents are distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks. Easy and inexpensive to deploy, they remain an attractive weapon in the cyberattacker’s arsenal. If you have an online presence, your services are at risk of being targeted by a DDoS attack.
In Stonefish – Automating DDoS Mitigation at the Edge you’ll learn about the:
- Evolution of DDoS
- Strategy behind Stonefish, our DDoS mitigation system, designed to recognize and mitigate modern DDoS attacks
- Architecture underpinning Stonefish
- Process for a NOC and Stonefish to work together to stop attacks in real time
Stonefish is built into our massive delivery network, so it has the globally distributed infrastructure and capacity to withstand the largest DDoS attacks. But more importantly, Stonefish has the intelligence to automatically filter out bad data packets before they can disrupt the web applications we deliver. Stonefish works day and night for every customer on our network, regardless of service plan, making it a reliable, efficient, and easy way to shield your website from most DDoS attacks.
The frequency and intensity of DDoS attacks will continue to rise. Be prepared by taking action now to protect your website and apps.