April 24, 2018

Consolidated Communications launches DDoS mitigation solution

The launch aims to provide an enhanced level of protection to businesses in a bid to expand their security portfolio.

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Broadband company Consolidated Communications have launched a DDoS mitigation solution for their business segment customers. With this launch, Consolidated Communications seeks to provide an advanced level of protection against malicious DDoS threats in order to extend their cybersecurity portfolio.

According to Consolidated Communications, DDoS attacks are on the rise and are creating security hassles for a wide range of businesses. They also say that the frequency of these attacks has not only been increasing by the year but also  increasing on a daily basis.

Consolidated Communications say that their DDoS mitigation solution will provide customers with robust reporting and analytics to help them dive deeper into traffic trends and potential threats. They also say that with the network intelligence provided by the solution, customers will be able to identify threats beforehand which will help them take corrective actions.

Speaking about the launch, Doug Abolt, Vice President of Commercial Product Management at Consolidated Communications, commented:

Security is paramount for our business customers. With more than half of all businesses experiencing a DDoS attack at least once a year and these attacks becoming more sophisticated, Consolidated Communications provides an enhanced level of DDoS protection.

Our turnkey installation and proactive monitoring ensures increased productivity and cost savings as we guard businesses from attacks that could cripple their network and systems.

In closing, Consolidated Communications added that they will be leveraging their fiber network spanning 36,000 miles to ensure that customers can mitigate DDoS threats effectively.

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