- American Water Saves Over One Million Dollars Fighting Malware Threats
Arbor's powerful enterprise solutions have given the American Water security team the ability to detect, analyze and mitigate threats in real-time and allowed them to realize savings of over $1 million in two years in operational expenses due to vastly reduced response and recovery efforts from malicious threats to the network.
- Gaming Company Defends Against DDoS Attacks
Given its high-volume, high-transactional environment, the gaming industry must ensure 24/7 platform availability, 365 days a year. Any downtime has a significant financial and reputational impact. This makes gaming companies especially sensitive to DDoS attacks not only by hackers, but also by competitors and disgruntled clients. In this case study, you will learn more about how one gaming company implemented Pravail APS to proactively detect and mitigate a series of volumetric DDoS attacks that targeted the company on a persistent basis.
- Safeguarding Mexico's National Elections
Through the protection of Pravail APS, attacks directed at Mexico's Federal Electoral Institute were not able to disrupt the PREP or IFE national elections.
- Australian Domain Registry Protects Customers with Pravail APS
As a hosting provider, Netregistry is no stranger to distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and had many processes already in place for handling them. However, an overall increase in attacks—particularly recent Domain Name System (DNS) reflection attacks—prompted the company to seek help from an outside provider.The company opted to deploy the Pravail® Availability Protection System from Arbor Networks because of the solution’s holistic approach to DDoS protection. Deploying Pravail APS has helped Netregistry to both mitigate the incessant attacks they were facing and has given their network administrators a single view into all of the activity crossing the network, allowing them to react quicker and more effectively than ever before.
- Fast-Growing Global Service Provider Offers A More Secure Cloud with Arbor Networks Solutions
To attract and retain customers in the emerging cloud services industry, providers must offer a safe, scalable and reliable environment. But as service providers grow, it can be difficult to manually identify and monitor all potential security risks. This is a challenge that Ubiquity Servers knows all too well as a rapidly expanding company that offers dedicated servers, cloud hosting and co-location services from eight data centers. To help secure its own corporate infrastructure and that of its clients, better ensure maximum uptime and improve transparency, Ubiquity relies on the Peakflow® SP solution (“Peakflow SP”) from Arbor Networks.
- Australian Cloud Provider Delivers Immediate Response to DDoS Attacks
Organizations that rely on the Internet for business understand the criticality of distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection. DDoS attacks that overwhelm various parts of your system can cause service upset that impacts the bottom line. Bulletproof Networks, a tier-one managed hosting provider in Australia, understands this firsthand.
- depulsio DDoS Protection Services Powered by Arbor Products
Before migrating its business to the cloud, a company must be convinced that its service provider can offer security and high availability. There’s little doubt that DDoS attacks are a major threat to cloud-based services. Yet not many data center operators or managed security service providers (MSSPs) offer comprehensive DDoS protection services to their customers. Read about how depulsio utilizes DDoS protection services powered by Arbor Products. View the Webcast
- Foreshore Ensures Zero Downtime to Keep Offshore Clients Online with Peakflow SP
Since its inception in 2000, Foreshore Limited has emerged as a leading provider of hosting, messaging, storage, distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection and other Internet services to the offshore business world. Today, the company’s non-stop network infrastructure is meeting the rigorous 24/7 operational requirements of international banks, major e-retailers and electronic payment providers. What’s more, Foreshore backs its services with 100 percent service level agreements and a six-year track record of no downtime. To help maintain its enviable track record and optimize its customer services, the Channel Islands-based company relies on the Peakflow SP solution. View the Webcast
- Hostopia Stops DDoS Attacks with Arbor Peakflow SP TMS
Hostopia is a leading wholesale provider of private-label Web services, including Web hosting, email and e-commerce applications. Its customers—who include telecommunication carriers, cable companies, Internet service providers, domain registrars and Web-hosting service providers—resell Hostopia’s offerings to small and medium-sized businesses. As a result, these providers count on Hostopia to shield their customers from a wide range of threats, including escalating distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. And Hostopia comes through—while optimizing its operational efficiency—by relying on the Arbor's Peakflow SP solution. View the Webcast
- iWeb Maximizes Data Center Uptime and Customer Satisfaction with Arbor Peakflow SP
The iWeb Group, Inc. is a leading provider of dedicated server hosting, co-location and Web hosting services to 20,000 customers in 145 countries. To maximize the availability of its data center infrastructure and customer services, iWeb uses the Arbor Peakflow SP TMS solution to detect DDoS attacks and reduce the time and manpower it takes to stop them. View the Webcast
- SdV Plurimedia Uses Arbor Peakflow SP and TMS to Guarantee Customers 100% Uptime
SdV Plurimedia (SdV) is an industry-leading hosting and Web services provider in France that prides itself on delivering state-of-the-art data center and hosting services. Since a majority of SdV's customers offer daily, public-facing media services, it is held to strict contractual obligations and service level agreements (SLAs). To meet these requirements, SdV has deployed Arbor’s Peakflow SP and Threat Management System (TMS). By so doing, SdV is effectively conducting out-of-band threat detection and surgical mitigation of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against its data center infrastructure and customer Web sites.
- aixit Gmbh Uses Arbor Peakflow SP and TMS for Data Center Protection and Security Services
aixit GmbH provides high quality data center, hosting and Internet access services to customers across Germany and Europe. A major source of its business comes from its two large, state-of-the-art data centers which deliver scalable and virtualized hosting services to over 250 customers. Learn how aixit relies upon Arbor’s Peakflow SP and Threat Management System (TMS) to protect its data center infrastructure from DDoS attacks and as a platform to deliver managed DDoS Protection services to its customers. View the Webcast
- Easynet Global Services Solution Brief
Easynet Limited is a global, IP-based managed services organization that provides network, hosting and telepresence solutions to multinational corporations. With a significant presence in all three major time zones, Easynet runs a global 24x7 network operations center (NOC). The provider has over 3,000 customers and eight million end users utilizing one million network connections to its global IP backbone. Easynet relies on the Arbor Peakflow SP solution to manage this rapidly growing and ever-changing global network for intelligent network engineering, peering/transit analysis and distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection.
- Comcast Leverages Arbor Peakflow SP to Facilitate IPv6 Transition
Comcast, based in North America, is one of the world's leading media, entertainment and communcations companies. Learn how the Peakflow SP solution has helped them to successfully prepare for and manage their transition to IPv6. View the Webcast
- Transition from Cisco Guard to Arbor Peakflow Solution Provides 10 Gbps DDoS Attack Mitigation
This anonymous Customer Solution Brief overviews a successful transition from Cisco Guard to Peakflow SP TMS. In this real world deployment, the customer describes the ease of transition, minor network routing modifications that were required and the benefits they gained from the transition. View the Webcast
- XO Communications Gains Network Visibility and Control with Arbor Peakflow SP
Ranked as one of the largest service providers in the United States, XO Communications delivers a full spectrum of communication services to businesses, government agencies, carriers and wholesale customers nationwide. XO Communications relies on the Peakflow SP solution for intelligent network engineering, and detailed peering/transit analysis. By leveraging Peakflow SP’s best-in-breed functionality, XO Communications is reducing its network infrastructure costs and improving customer satisfaction. View the Webcast
- Covad Communications Ramps Up Network Security with Peakflow SP
More than 57 million homes and businesses in 235 major U.S. markets rely on Covad Communications for broadband, voice over IP (VoIP) and wireless services. Keeping its customers well-connected and its business on track means ensuring the reliability and efficiency of its vast nationwide network. As a result, the service provider has zero-tolerance for distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, botnets and other security threats than can degrade network performance and jeopardize customer relationships. To help mitigate these threats and optimize network performance, Covad turned to Arbor Networks' Peakflow SP—a single solution for its network security and traffic engineering needs. View the Webcast
- NEO Telecoms Uses Arbor Peakflow SP for Intelligent Analysis and Competitive Differentiation
Neo Telecoms is one of the main network infrastructures and IP-transit operators in Europe. The Paris-based company provides Pan-European and U.S. Internet connectivity and hosting services to over 300 customers. As its network continues to grow rapidly, Neo Telecoms relies on the Peakflow SP solution for intelligent network engineering and “clean pipes,” which allow the company to differentiate itself in the highly competitive IP-transit market. View the Webcast