Security firm Radware has released an "all-inclusive" security appliance designed to protect datacentres and enterprise networks.
The company said that APSolute Attack Prevention will help protect against common security attacks and emerging threats.
The system offers tools designed to defend against application vulnerabilities, application downtime, network downtime and malware.
APSolute Attack Prevention is pitched at e-commerce firms, service providers and large enterprises, and comprises security, reporting tools and management features which can help to detect and prevent hybrid or emerging attacks.
The package includes DefensePro, APSolute VisionT and an Emergency Response Team service which should provide an all-encompassing security solution, according to Avi Chesla, vice president of security at Radware.
"The communication between these integrated protection modules, with the combination of unified management and reporting, is essential. The sum of all parts being bigger than the whole is what sets us apart from the competition," he said.
Chesla added that the appliance is backed with a service offering to deliver a high level of protection for IT infrastructures, fighting known and emerging attacks more effectively in real time while keeping costs down.
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