SAN JOSE, Calif. — June 9, 2015 — A10 Networks (NYSE: ATEN), a technology leader in application networking, today announced it has partnered with cyber security software developer ThreatSTOP to deliver the A10 Threat Intelligence Service. The new A10 Threat Intelligence Service augments the application security portfolio of A10’s Thunder ADC and TPS products to protect customer applications and users from cyber threats, including outside-in and inside-out attacks.
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What others steps can you take to keep your business data secure? Here are seven more important tips:
1. Don’t rely on anti-virus
Many consumers (and even some businesses) wrongly assume that security starts and ends with anti-virus software. But, will anti-virus software truly protect your business data from modern cyber attacks? No. Anti-virus is just a small part of the security landscape.
dinCloud, a cloud hosting service for virtual servers, was featured recently in an article on Channel Partners. Part of the article discusses dinCloud's use of ThreatSTOP's service to deal with hostile attacks. dinCloud currently runs more than 20 datacenters globally which affords plenty of attack surface for hostile entities.
Cyber security news site Cyberwire attended the recent RSA Conference and included the following review of ThreatSTOP's service:
ThreatSTOP: Cloud-based blocking of malicious command-and-control traffic. ThreatSTOP's Chief Executive Officer Tomás Byrnes discussed his company's approach to bringing cloud-based security—including blocking and actionable intelligence—to enterprises of all sizes.
To showcase active and effective countermeasures against the growing swell of cybercrime against businesses, ThreatSTOP is hosting two Executive Breakfast events during this year’s RSA Conference in San Francisco.
As part of a Masters Panel to analyze and discuss the current cybersecurity landscape, ThreatSTOP CEO Tom Byrnes will share his unique insight and proven solutions to advance trust and privacy for various platforms at this year’s Securing the Internet of Things Forum.
The forum, hosted by CyberTech, is a daylong program at the Terra Gallery in San Francisco on April 20th.
If you’ve followed the news over the past 18 months, you know that even the largest corporations are susceptible to cloud attacks. In this past year alone, nearly 500 million personal records were compromised via cyber-attack. Luckily, you can take control through proactive threat detection and mitigation, and identify and STOP attacks before your infrastructure is infiltrated.