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Corero Network Security Expands Product Family to Include Real-Time Virtualized DDoS Protection

Enables greater flexibility for deploying automated DDoS mitigation at the scale, speed and efficacy Corero is best known for

London & Marlborough, MA – October 18, 2017Corero Network Security(LSE: CNS), a leading provider of real-time DDoS defense solutions, announced today the availability of its SmartWall Network Threat Defense – Virtual Edition (vNTD) with full detect and mitigate capabilities.

The SmartWall vNTD is a natural extension of the Corero family of automated DDoS protection solutions, enabling seamless deployment of high-performing, scalable, cost-effective protection across physical and virtual environments; on-premises or in the cloud.

“Corero is meeting the demand for real-time DDoS mitigation with an expansive portfolio of solutions for organizations looking to take control of the DDoS threat, eliminate attacks automatically and protect their network infrastructure to maintain service availability in the face DDoS attacks,” said Sean Newman, Director of Product Management, Corero Network Security.

SmartWall vNTD, now available for KVM and vSphere platforms, enables the flexibility to choose physical or virtual form-factors when deploying DDoS protection.

High Performance, CPU efficient, protection with unified management

  • Mitigation deployed, in up to 10Gbps increments, at line-rate speeds
  • Protection scales to terabits per deployment
  • Industry leading performance per virtual CPU core
  • Mixed physical and virtual NTD deployments managed from single a console

SmartWall vNTD provides the scalability, agility and cost flexibility required to deliver DDoS protection for virtualized server infrastructures and SDN/NFV networks, enabling elastically scalable deployments, which can be based on demand for the applications and services being protected.

The expansion of Corero’s SmartWall portfolio with vNTD also enables third-party products, including Firewalls, IPS solutions and other security infrastructure to be enhanced with real-time DDoS mitigation.

“Corero continues to meet customer needs, including technology partners, who are working hard to protect their own customers from the impact of DDoS attacks. Through this process, the requirement for virtualized solutions to support SDN/NFV roll outs and technology partner solutions has been defined. This addition to Corero’s portfolio underscores our leadership in delivering robust, automated DDoS protection to the market,” adds Newman.

For more information please visit https://www.corero.com/products/virtual-network-threat-defense-system.html

OEM partners and organizations committed to protecting their customers from DDoS attacks can reach us at [email protected]

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About Corero Network Security

Corero Network Security is the leader in real-time, high-performance DDoS defense solutions. Service providers, hosting providers and online enterprises rely on Corero’s award winning technology to eliminate the DDoS threat to their environment through automatic attack detection and mitigation, coupled with complete network visibility, analytics and reporting. This industry leading technology provides cost effective, scalable protection capabilities against DDoS attacks in the most complex environments while enabling a more cost effective economic model than previously available. For more information, visit www.corero.com.

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