The good news is the Commsworld Fluency monitoring, management and mitigation solution can protect you from this type of threat.
How would your business cope if your internet connection went down? Nowadays, many companies rely on their connection to the internet for access to files and services, not to mention communications. A DDoS attack works by making a machine or network unavailable to its users for a temporary or extended period of time. The attack involves flooding the target network with thousands of unique IP addresses all attempting to gain access at the same time - which causes huge disruption to normal operations.
The reality is, today all types of business are vulnerable to cyber attack. Traditionally high-profile web servers such as banks have been targeted, but the DDoS threat is now on the rise. Hackers are turning their attention to smaller businesses, who may be more vulnerable to their ransom demands. Attacks are generally anonymous and motives can vary from revenge to blackmail. The bottom line is - any business that depends on the internet for its day-to-day running should be protected.
At Commsworld we offer the DDoS Mitigation platform, which is an industry leading solution to protect against disruption of service style attacks. Our system is tailored to suit the needs of your company, with three options available. Our platform is so effective, it can even detect low and slow attacks, which may otherwise go under the radar. The platform also offers management reports and portal access options.
We’ll help you deal with any potential threat, allowing your key operations to remain secure, protecting your client’s and your organisation’s data, and letting your business continue as normal.
You can protect your business from DDoS attacks by using our industry-leading Mitigation Solution. Our platform is designed to meet the current and future needs of your organisation. By separating three distinct areas of protection - DDoS mitigation, threat detection and management - you can rest assured normal business operations will continue and your genuine traffic will never be compromised.
The UK is second most targeted nation for DDoS attacks.
The number of attacks has increased by 211 per cent in the last year.
For as little as £120, an amateur hacker can bombard your site for 30 minutes.
The average attack size is 4-6Gb, which most businesses have only 100Mb access before being overwhelmed.
High ransom demands are common.
66% of small businesses have been the victim of cyber-crime*.
Firewalling does not offer enough protection.
*Source: The Federation of Small Businesses, June 2016