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Zenedge Brings Enterprise-Grade WAF and DDoS Protection to SMBs

ZENEDGE Express(TM) Delivers Affordable Behavior-Based Cyber Protection for SMBs

LOS ANGELES – February 2, 2016 – ZENEDGE, a leading provider of cloud-based cybersecurity solutions, today announced the availability of ZENEDGE Express™, the first behavior-based, integrated Web Application Firewall (WAF) and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation service for small-to-medium businesses (SMBs). The cloud-based service will be available through ZENEDGE global partners, who will provide frictionless onboarding of SMB customers to protect their web sites from cyber threats within minutes.

“Until now, the market has been divided between very high end solutions for large enterprises, versus free or low price solutions with minimal functionality that offer little protection. Yet the potential threat of disruption for smaller businesses is significantly higher – it’s a matter of survival,” said Yuri Frayman, CEO of ZENEDGE. “With advanced behavior-based cyber protection through fully-integrated WAF and DDoS functionality, SMBs can now enjoy the same level of cybersecurity previously only afforded by large enterprises.”

ZENEDGE Express features an enterprise-class Web Application Firewall with pre-configured rules for OWASP Top 10, including SQL injections, XSS and more. Additional features include:

•                Ability to whitelist and blacklist IPs, enable CAPTCHA and other advanced features not found in SMB packages from other vendors

•                Built-in Layer 3, 4 and 7 DDoS mitigation

•                Wizard-driven self-provisioning in under 5 minutes

•                24 hour email support

For companies like Skike.me – a small company wholly reliant in its e-commerce presence – high-grade protection is essential, but within a small budget. “Given the nature of our business, we have a real need to protect our company as well as customers’ data,” said Tobias Jecht, managing director of Skike.me. “When we sought out a solution, all the services that offered the level of protection that we needed were well out of the realm of our budget. Then we found ZENEDGE Express: it offers premium cyber protection without a premium price tag.”

Partners selling ZENEDGE Express include large ISPs, CDN providers and hosting providers that have complementary offerings and a captive audience of thousands of small customers who wish to offer security features for their sites.

“With ZENEDGE Express, we have a great cloud-based cybersecurity solution for our small to medium size customers without having to compromise on quality or capabilities of the security service,” said Raj Atwal, President of of Tenzing. “The ZENEDGE managed service combined with our domain expertise has proven of great value to our install base, and we look forward to better serving our small and medium size customers with the new ZENEDGE Express offering.”

For more information about ZENEDGE Express, please visit https://www.ZENEDGE.com/ZENEDGE-express-waf-ddos-for-smb.

About ZENEDGE 

ZENEDGE is a leading provider of Cloud-based cybersecurity solutions, specializing in Web Application Firewall (WAF) and DDoS mitigation for web applications, networks, and Domain Name Servers (DNS). ZENEDGE protects thousands of web properties and networks for customers in financial services, ecommerce, technology, media & entertainment, and government, with a global partner network in the United States, Canada, Europe, South America, and Asia. ZENEDGE is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. For more information, visit www.ZENEDGE.com.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Jamie Larson Camargo

Consort Partners

512.296.9611

[email protected] 

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