Radware announced APSolute Attack Prevention, a security solution that connects several defenses together, allowing them to work synchronously and provide protection from hybrid network attacks that pose threats such as: application vulnerability, information theft, authentication defeat, malware spread, network anomalies, and more.
Recent attacks in 2009 and 2010 such as the July 2009 cyber attacks and Conficker malware show that attackers are using hybrid attack techniques that utilize multiple attack types and vectors. Today, organizations are deploying individual protection tools such as Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), Network Behavioral Analysis (NBA) and Denial of Service (DoS) protection. But, the use of multiple individual tools, increase costs and complexity while leaving networks and services unprotected against hybrid attacks.
Designed for ecommerce, service providers and large enterprises, APSolute Attack Prevention is an all-inclusive attack mitigation solution, integrating different tools/modules, plus management and reporting, which need to work in a synchronized manner to detect and prevent hybrid threats.
The key elements of this solution include: DefensePro; an enhanced version of the network security solution; APSolute Vision, a new unified management system providing monitoring, forensics and reporting; and is rounded out with a new Emergency Response Team (ERT) service, a security expert offering for assistance.