GigeNET, broadly recognized as a pioneer and leader in Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) security, is headquartered just outside of
If your business continuity plan doesn’t cover potential DDoS attacks, you may be putting your company at risk. According to many recent studies, the size, speed and complexity of attacks are becoming more devastating in terms of cost, and reputational risk.
“DDoS attacks are no longer a question of if but when,” said
Automated DDoS Protection enables GigeNET to provide DDoS monitoring and mitigation on dedicated servers for new and existing clients. Setting up this service takes just minutes, and there is no need to change your IP address.
In preparation for this solution, and to position GigeNET to handle the anticipated greater demands for bandwidth and the larger DDoS attacks predicted GigeNET has recently completed the initial build out and installation of its own dark fiber ring. Using dark fiber allows GigeNET to increase its data center capacity by almost 100 times while strengthening its reliability and security.
GigeNET is a full-service managed hosting provider offering dedicated, cloud, hybrid, and colocation hosting solutions, as well as state-of-the-art DDoS protection. GigeNET is headquartered just outside of
GigeNET has been a pioneer since their inception in the 90’s and continues to push the boundaries of what’s possible, developing new technologies and trailblazing products for their clients including ProxyShield®, the industry’s leading DDoS mitigation system.
Visit GigeNET.com to learn more.
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