Radware, a provider of integrated application delivery offerings for business-smart networking, has unveiled the new version of its DefensePro software version 5.10.
The new version integrates a reputation engine which mitigates against threats including financial fraud, information theft and malware spread facilitated by blocking network attacks such as Trojans, pharming, phishing and Bots.
Radware’s APSolute Attack Prevention strategy old version was based on multi-security engines including DoS (Denial of Service), NBA (Network Behavioral Analysis) and IPS (Intrusion Prevention System) that work in synch to confront the latest threats.
Radware is providing an upgraded software, DefensePro 5.10, which integrates a reputation engine that provides the capability of automatically receiving real-time feeds from 3rd party reputation sources, each one with its own network security specialty and focus.
RSA supplies real-time online threat information identified by the RSA FraudAction (SM) Anti-Phishing and Anti-Trojan service to Radware’s DefensePro real-time IPS and DoS protection offering.
The combination of these offerings is designed to give online users network layer protection against fraud attacks which attempt to obtain user credentials or identities.
Radware vice president security products Avi Chesla said integrating a reputation engine as part of DefensePro protection modules enables users to expand the threat coverage and the behavioral analysis technology against various types of threats, which aim to manipulate online users into performing actions or divulging confidential information, rather than by breaking in or using technical cracking techniques.
"DefensePro is the only solution available on the market that offers the widest network attack prevention solutions for data centers and enterprise networks — in a single appliance," Chesla said.
The company said APSolute Attack Prevention is part of Radware’s APSolute Immunity strategy, which encompasses the DefensePro product suite and is complemented by Radware’s SOC (research) and Security Update Service (SUS).