VeriSign has combined its web security services to offer an all-in-one platform to protect sites against mass attacks.
The Uptime platform provides protection against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) along with DNS security and threat intelligence.
The aim is to protect enterprises against an evolving range of threats, according to Sean Leach, network intelligence and availability vice president of technology at VeriSign.
Leach explained that the threat intelligence service pushes out updates to protect against possible attacks in the future.
"Customers are finally understanding that you have to protect all of these services," he told V3.co.uk.
"Now you not only get DNS, but you get all of the other services for a price where you used to only get DNS."
The platform will be offered as a monthly service with pricing options that vary based on traffic loads.
VeriSign is allowing users three months free of average charges to help customers avoid underestimating their traffic volumes and suffering bill shock.
Leach described VeriSign's DDoS platform as being of particular interest to customers facing DNS attacks from a variety of sources.
"We know that DDoS is becoming all the rage out there. Back in the day you could hide it, but today everything is so transparent out there that people notice it right away," he said.
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