In parallel with Russia's physical invasion of Ukraine, the world was exposed to modern warfare. As Russian troops entered Ukraine, regional DDoS and application attacks followed, targeting Ukraine's communications systems, web applications, and other infrastructures. With nation-state threat actors and other hackers launching volumetric attacks across multiple and emerging DDoS and web attack vectors, Ukraine's SSSCIP team chose Radware for a comprehensive threat detection and mitigation solution to protect a number of critical governmental web-services.
"It's our top priority to protect the IT infrastructure in Ukraine," said SSSCIP deputy chief Victor Zhora. "Radware has helped us shield our networks, protect our applications, and bolster the resilience of our IT infrastructure."
"With cyber playing a bigger role in international conflicts, the internet has become its own battle ground," said Radware chief business officer Yoav Gazelle. "Designed to ready organisations against emerging threats, our real-time mitigation solutions and emergency response teams work 24x7 to detect and automatically block the most sophisticated attacks, including zero-day and unknown DDoS attacks."
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