Companies of all shapes and sizes are flocking to the cloud in 2022, and for good reason. But this mass cloud migration is generating attention from cyber criminals, and many are exploiting organizations with weak security measures.
To address this growing problem, cyber security and application delivery solutions developer Radware (News - Alert) recently announced a new strategic initiative to boost the growth of its cloud security services division. Representatives with Radware revealed a number of critical steps the company is taking to accelerate growth, including the acquisition of DDoS scrubbing center service provider, SecurityDam.
Additional steps in Radware’s growth initiative include:
- Expand business activity in both Bangalore and Chennai, India, and further develop the Radware innovation center to fuel research and development for future cyber security solutions
- Increase global footprint by providing services to new markets through the United States, Australia, Chile, China, Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan, Dubai, and the United Arab Emirates
- Innovate its cloud data center architecture to increase cyber attack detection, and to isolate organizations from threats in the event of an attack
- Introducing new cloud service enhancements, such as a new portal for Radware’s Cloud DDoS Protection Service, new algorithms to improve DNS attack detection and prevention, and an integrated global content delivery network service.
“We are committed to providing our customers state-of-the-art, frictionless security, so they can advance their digital strategies while ensuring their defenses don’t become roadblocks to change,” said Roy Zisapel (News - Alert), Radware’s president and CEO. “Radware is already protecting a quarter of the Fortune 50 companies. The goal of our initiative is to innovate and scale faster, so we can deliver our cloud security capabilities to even more customers and capitalize on the growing market opportunity.”
Edited by Maurice Nagle