How can you know your network is secure and performant if you can’t see it?
Over the last year, network infrastructures have become more complex than ever before to enable remote working and digital customer interactions – in fact it’s now fundamental you deliver an instantaneous, high-quality user experience. But this same distributed network is also obscuring your view of security and services, putting the business at risk of poor performance and even outages.
EMEA Threat Landscape for FY22
Last year, the world changed, and DDoS attacks surged. But as changes become permanent, companies must find network security solutions that match the new way of working.
SaaS Provider of Payment Processing Solutions Protects Business from DDoS Attacks with Arbor Edge Defense
Remote Work: A Wake-up Call for Digital Infrastructure
As remote work pushes users to the network’s edge, IT must rethink how it delivers and secures a high-quality user experience
Is Your VPN Gateway Vulnerable to DDoS Attacks?
VPN gateways are a crucial link for business performance, which makes them a ripe target. Taking steps to protect these gateways is prudent.
NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Infographic 2H 2020
According to the latest NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Report, communications service providers (CSPs) managed enormous spikes in legitimate network traffic while simultaneously defending a huge bump in DDoS attacks targeting critical network infrastructure and their customers.
The Importance of Application Assurance for Distributed Workforces
In the new era of user experience, the distributed network is the backbone of service delivery across industries – it’s time to it assure it.
Managing Financial Services Business Delivery with Software-Based Smart Visibility
For Many, Remote Work Is Here to Stay. Can IT Deliver on User Expectations?
As more and more companies embrace a workforce that includes both remote and office-based employees, ensuring quality end-user experience grows in importance.
Does Automation Really Eliminate Human Error?
Automated systems may behave exactly as requested—but that doesn’t mean the results are error-free. This is why pervasive observability is critical in automated systems.