Best Practices: Using Your Network and the Cisco ASR 9000 for DDoS Protection

June 3, 2015

DDoS attacks are rising in size, frequency and complexity; recent research from Arbor Networks discovered a 334 Gbps DDoS attack! What makes this concerning is that there isn’t a single DDoS protection product on the planet that can stop an attack of this magnitude. So what’s the solution? You need to leverage your network to stop DDoS attacks. This presentation covers: -The use of current and emerging technologies such as, Netflow, BGP, Flowspec, S&D/RTBH and SDN/NFV -An introduction to a joint Arbor-Cisco solution which embeds Arbor’s Threat Management System technology in the Cisco’s ASR 9000 router for network embedded, virtual DDoS protection This presentation was originally given during a live webinar featuring representatives from two industry leaders – Talbot Hack from Arbor Networks and Mike Geller from Cisco Systems. To access the replay, please visit: http://bit.ly/1FTo7VJ

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