Radware Protects Leading European Bank Against Emerging Threat Vectors

Delivers 360-degree application and network security to displace existing vendor

MAHWAH, N.J., Jan. 09, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, announced it signed an agreement with a leading European financial institution. Ranking among its country’s five largest banks in terms of total assets, the organization purchased Radware’s complete suite of network and application security and application delivery solutions.

Today, the bank, which has offices in more than 50 countries and thousands of employees, delivers a comprehensive set of financial services to private, corporate, and institutional clients. The bank decided to replace its existing security solutions provider to strengthen its protection against emerging threat vectors and enhance data availability and accessibility. In addition, the bank wanted to consolidate its security services under one vendor umbrella, including a web application firewall, API and DDoS protection, and bot detection and management. The company turned to Radware for its integrated, end-to-end solution.

“We are proud to be awarded the business and trust of prominent banks from around the world. It is a testament to Radware’s technology, service superiority, and spirit of partnership,” said Yoav Gazelle, Radware’s chief business officer. “Regardless of geography, companies are experiencing an alarming escalation in the sophistication of cyber attacks, making them even more difficult to detect and mitigate. They rely on Radware for real-time, 360-degree protection that consistently and automatically adapts to threats as they evolve and emerge across environments and entry points.”

Radware’s integrated, end-to-end network and application security solutions harness machine learning and powerful patented behavioral-based algorithms to automatically identify and adapt to changes in the threat landscape, applications, and infrastructure. Its broad footprint makes it an ideal solution for organizations interested in consolidating security platforms to enhance visibility and make maintenance easier and more cost effective.

To uplevel the cyber defenses across its hybrid environment, the bank selected Radware’s DefensePro® X DDoS Protection platform and Cloud DDoS Protection Service, as well as its Alteon® integrated application protection suite, Alteon Global Elastic License (GEL), and 24X7 Emergency Response Team (ERT) managed services.

Radware’s Alteon suite offers comprehensive application protection via embedded web application firewall, bot management and API protection capabilities. It defends against a wide range of threats, including OWASP vulnerabilities, bad bots, zero-day and supply chain attacks, and API assaults. Accompanied by Radware’s GEL, companies can allocate their application security services across any private or public cloud environment at a moment’s notice without jeopardizing their initial investment.

Using advanced behavioral algorithms, Radware’s combined DDoS defense is designed to detect and block harmful traffic, ensure uninterrupted availability, and protect networks from today’s most damaging threats. This includes Burst, DNS, and network and application DDoS attacks along with ransom DDoS campaigns, IoT botnets, phantom floods, and other types of cyber threats.

Radware has received numerous awards for its application and network security solutions. Industry analysts such as Aite-Novarica Group, Forrester Research, Gartner, GigaOm, KuppingerCole, and Quadrant Knowledge Solutions continue to recognize Radware as a market leader in cyber security.

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