Available as an on-demand, managed solution, Nexusguard’s Origin Protection is designed to protect mission-critical services across large networks, especially those managing hundreds of Class C networks or even a Class B network, from L3/4 and L7 attacks.
Protect subnets (Layers 3, 4 and 7) against DDoS attacks, leveraging on our highly scalable, fully redundant and globally distributed scrubbing network to mitigate the largest and most sophisticated DDoS attacks.
Obtain recommended detection threshold values with Nexusguard’s Smart Baselining that utilizes deep learning to observe and analyze the pattern of traffic to the protected network for a period of time. This helps reduce false alarms and detect anomalies faster.
Monitor real-time traffic, including dropped and clean traffic, on an integrated portal with dynamic dashboard and analytics. View and download event logs and reports. Configure security policies.
Optimize detection to address stealthy network attacks or hit-and-run attacks with Instant Flood Detection, Auto Flood Detection and Time-based Flood Detection, minimizing the harm that a threat can do and ensuring that it can be dealt with more efficiently.
Build custom mitigation policies with templates for specific protection groups to improve mitigation accuracy and minimize false positive rates in your environment.
With the new Cloud Diversion App you can effortlessly and automatically divert traffic to the Nexusguard network when the services identifies anomalies so that attack mitigation can take place, ensuring that only legitimate traffic enters ur network at all times.
Nexusguard Service Provider Enablement (Partner Program) allows service providers to deliver DDoS mitigation as a service to their customers and employ a revenue sharing model. This program fills a significant market gap as many businesses lack the resources to justify a large DDoS mitigation appliance deployment.Chris Rodriguez, Senior Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
We opted to partner with Nexusguard because of their global reach and robustness of their platform. They have helped many companies and governments globally defend against cyberattack. Nexusguard is consistently recognised by analysts such as Gartner and Forrester as a market leader.Wale Ajisebutu, CEO, 21st Century Technologies
Our customers are extremely satisfied with Nexusguard DDoS Protection solutions because they have sophisticated tools that give them visibility into their networks. With Netpluz mitigation facility commissioned in Singapore, powered by Nexusguard, our customers can expect proactive and intelligent mitigations to ensure only clean traffic reaches their network.Lau Leng Fong, CEO, Netpluz
The Nexusguard solution secures our network with enterprise-grade SLAs. Most importantly, it ensures all business-essential applications have the uptime that they require.Michael NG, Sales Director of REDtone
We want to make the network environment for our customer as safe as they feel at home. Nexusguard offers a customized internet security solution so that our customers can continue to interact with us the way supposed to be and the way they want to—all the way without interruption.Visrut Manunpon, Chief Technical Officer, SNOC
We chose to partner with Nexusguard because of its specialty in DDoS mitigation. In fact, they not only focus on DDoS attacks, they are also curious about and strive to address the pain points they face.Lee Shih Yen, VP, Cyber Security, StarHub
Nexusguard Origin Protection Service guards against threats that target network resources. The
service is especially beneficial for organizations that can’t afford any downtime of network assets.
The service complements Nexusguard’s Application Protection Service by safeguarding the backend infrastructure from all DDoS threats, and covers all network components: internal websites, email servers, FTP servers, and other applications, against volumetric and protocol-based DDoS attacks.
Nexusguard InfraProtect offers CSPs the ability to leverage Nexusguard's globally distributed infrastructure to be used as an off-site sandbox to perform traffic analysis, shaping and DDoS mitigation so that traffic that reaches CSPs'
network are always clean.
This paper will evaluate the different route diversion options and their impact and highlight the different facets one should consider before deciding whose hands to entrust their keys to.Learn more >
The guide is meant to help you explore the similarities and differences you need to consider when choosing the InfraProtect, Origin Protection or both to protect your network from DDoS attacks.Learn more >
Protecting a network from malicious and attack traffic is what we are committed to doing to our best at Nexusguard. Our Origin Protection (OP) is architected to protect backend networks. But for enterprises or organizations managing a vast network, such as those managing hundreds of Class C or Class B networks, they want to implement an effective Layer 3/4 mitigation to handle volumetric attacks.Learn more >
Nexusguard’s Cloud Diversion App provides the complete set of tools you need to facilitate the automation of your incident handling workflows, expedite time-to-mitigation and optimize your overall security strategies. Our app is easy to implement and use, allowing you to leverage the capabilities of your existing security infrastructure.Read now >
You may be concerned about the impact posed by “Bit-and-Piece Attacks”, a tactic targeting ASN-level CSP networks and able to bypass traditional detection. It can give a great challenge to the legacy detection and mitigation of traditional telcos and ISPs.Read now >
CSPs are suffering from an extremely stealthy network-layer attack − the “bit-and-piece” attack that we identified as earlier as in 2018, which was later dubbed as carpet bombing by some others. Designed to bypass traditional threshold-based detection, this attack is posing a new security challenge for CSPs, which can cause massive service degradation for its network and its customers and there’s nothing their on-premise investments can do to help.Read now >
Owing to their large attack surface, ASN-level CSPs are exposed most to the rising risk of DDoS attacks. While DDoS attack is nothing new, different techniques can be combined to achieve the denial of service effect in an increasingly stealthy and yet more cost-effective way.Read now >