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Technology Stocks : Allot Communications Ltd (ALLT)
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From: JakeStraw4/30/2015 7:49:50 AM
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Allot Communications Enables an APAC Wholesale Telecom Provider to Deliver DDoS Mitigation Services to CSPs

Allot Service Protector defends managed networks against large scale cyber-attacks while eliminating the need to divert massive data volumes into scrubbing centers

Allot ServiceProtector provides a first line of defense against Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) with the following features:

Identification and in-line mitigation of large scale attacks scaling up to two Terabits per second

Advanced multi-tenancy capabilities allowing easy delivery of services
Granular visibility into attackers and their network targets

Advanced Network Behavior Anomaly Detection (NBAD) including multi-attack vectors detection

Flexible deployment options with distributed detection architecture

Delivered on a unified platform with complementary web security and application control solutions for comprehensive protection

"With the increasing number of DDoS attacks comprised of hundreds of Gbps, our customers are looking for solutions to protect themselves and their customers, and to comply with new security regulations," said Gary Drutin, Chief Customer Officer, Allot Communications. "Allot's network-based security service is a competitive differentiator for telecom providers offering security-as-a-service to their customers."
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