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Secure your business’s network against DDoS attacks

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Secure your business’s network against DDoS attacks

EZECOM, Cambodia’s Premium Service Internet Provider, announce today the new service launching - DDoS Mitigation Service. The first ISP, who received ISO certification and own the first submarine cable system in Cambodia, offers enterprises and businesses powerful tool to strengthen network security from the attacks known as distributed denial of service (DDoS).

Distribute denial of service (DDoS) attacks is a growing threat to businesses’ operation and has become sophisticated in efficacy that can be hard to detect. The most common type of DDoS attacks are volumetric attacks, application-layer attacks and hybrid attacks.

Volumetric attacks are often part of a botnet that use multiple infected systems to flood the network layers with a substantial amount of illegitimate traffic. This consumes a large amount of bandwidth that drives both internal and external network operations into slow or crash mode.

Application-layer attacks, on the other hand, aim to disrupt online application especially web application in order make the service unavailable to legitimate users.

Hybrid attacks are the result from the combination between volumetric attacks and application-layer attacks that will likely grow once the server experience any type of DDoS attacks.

With these cyber-attacks, your business’s operation will be compromised and your productivity will likely be reduced which may result in lasting damage of your revenue, reputation and customer loyalty. For instance, once your online operation is compromised, there will be downtime effect that downgrade customers’ satisfaction and lead to brand damage and decrease of profit.

EZECOM’s DDoS Mitigation Service, therefore, is designed as a powerful set of tools for mitigating impacts of DDoS attacks to help prevent your business from such losses.

“Today’s DDoS attacks are more frequent, complex and destructive than ever and they often result in loss of revenue, loss of customers, and damage to brand, and reduced availability of services. Our Anti-DDoS solution provides comprehensive, multi-layered protection from today’s advanced DDoS threats.

The system includes technology powered by an internationally-recognized research lab and developed with over 10 years of experience protecting the world’s largest banks, telecommunications, gaming and social media companies. It uses an innovative, multi-stage approach for monitoring, detecting and mitigating the most complex DDoS attacks to ensure only legitimate traffic reaches your important network and application resources.

By deploying the combination of local scrubbing center with scrubbing capacity of 4Gbps (upgradable on demand) and global cloud scrubbing center with scrubbing capacity of up to 2Tbps and combine with world-class global threat intelligence, working in unison to automatically defeat every size, duration, and frequency of DDoS attacks, we can ensure high performance and availability of our customers’ network during DDoS attack” says Head of Product Development, CHHAN Sopheaktra.

“It also offers integrated protection by ensuring the security of your internet, volumetric, applications and other online resources. We have the operational expert teams who provide you technical support and 24/7 helpdesk support.”

With the increasing threat of DDoS attacks, it’s a high priority for enterprises to turn to DDoS Mitigation Service to avoid any disruption in online operations that will affect the reputation and result in the loss of customer’s trust as well as the loss of revenue.

To learn more about the service, contact [email protected] or visit www.ezecom.com.kh/ddos-mitigation-service

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