For government agencies, it is important to strike the right balance between a centralized and decentralized approach to cybersecurity. Nexusguard's three-tier portal is architected to provide a top-down control complemented by bottom-up flexibility.
The threat posed by DDoS attacks to public services is severe and real. But securing an intricate network of public services from DDoS attacks is a complex, daunting task.
Protecting critical infrastructures, such as energy, transport, healthcare or emergency services, from DDoS attacks and ensuring 24x7 uptime is a top priority for governments.
Government agencies not only have to follow all regulatory and compliance requirements, including data sovereignty, privacy and sensitive data protection, but also have to act as a role model in implementing network security best practices.
Most democratic nations have a decentralized organizational structure. A fully centralized model presents various challenges, such as limiting agencies’ ability to develop tailored, agile solutions to their cybersecurity challenges.
Federated CyberDefense Monitoring and Mitigation protects critical public infrastructure and government agencies from rampant DDoS attacks. The three-tier Federated Portal provides the best balance between centralized security policy control and decentralized configurations within each ministerial unit.Learn More
In-Country DDoS Mitigation Centers address theaddressassures the data localization and security requirements of government agencies and public organizations, allowing them to comply with relevant laws while countering threats.Learn More
360 DDoS Mitigation employs rigorous,multi-layered scrubbing process to defend against DDoS attacks. The global cloud platform features Application Protection (AP), Web Application Firewall (WAF), Origin Protection (OP), InfraProtect and DNS Protection (DP), which are architected to defend public-facing websites, applications, APIs, infrastructure, backends and DNS servers against different types of DDoS attacks.Learn More