Radware and Netsync Team Up to Offer Cloud DDoS Protection Service to State, Local and Education Agencies
MAHWAH, N.J. and HOUSTON, April 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, and Netsync today announced that they are bringing Radware’s Cloud DDoS Protection Service to State, Local and Education (SLED) agencies in the U.S. as part of Netsync’s offerings.
Radware's mitigation service, which will be sold under the Netsync brand, provides enterprise-grade DDoS protection in the cloud and delivers the most accurate detection and shortest time to protection from today's most dynamic and constantly evolving DDoS threats. Radware has extensively trained Netsync staff on the product, so that they can be trusted security advisors to customers.
“Maintaining network security while also preserving communication and the free exchange of information presents educational and government institutions with a unique set of obstacles,” said Raffi Kesten, Chief Business Officer, Radware. “The combination of Netsync’s unmatched expertise in SLED markets, with our own DDoS mitigation expertise, will give organizations confidence that they can maintain 24x7 access to online services, and that their data will be safeguarded.”
“We’re excited to collaborate with Radware on this mutual initiative,” said Mark Lynd, Head of Digital Business – CISSP, ISSAP & ISSMP at Netsync. “Radware was the obvious party to collaborate with because it offers the widest security coverage with automated zero-day DDoS attack protection, and it’s the only cloud SSL-attack protection solution that maintains user data confidentiality.”
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