7 Things to Look for in a Cloud Security Service .pdf


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Don't Let Security Concerns Impact Your Business
7 Things to Look for in a Cloud Security Service
Protecting web assets poses a daunting challenge. As the threat landscape rapidly evolves,
CHECKLIST
attacks are growing in complexity and persistency, while zero-day attacks swiftly exploit newlydiscovered vulnerabilities. Vicious, volumetric network-level DDoS attacks at staggering throughput
rates easily take down organizations’ network and applications and highly exploitive SSL-based and application-level
DDoS attacks are more prevalent.
The accelerated change of both web-assets and attack vectors renders static web security solutions obsolete.
Security teams need a solution that meets the distinctive needs of their networks and applications while
automatically adapting to changing environments and new threats and minimizing human intervention. Here’s a list
of 7 things to look for in a cloud security service to safeguard your web assets.



1. Meets the Unique Needs of Your Network and Applications
Selecting the right service requires self-assessment. Are applications in your data center, hosted in the cloud, or
both? Can your organization manage on-premises appliances? Is in-house expertise available to handle DDoS
threats? Is the organization sensitive to the time it takes to mitigate massive volumetric attacks? Look for a service
that combines attack protections and provides multiple options, whether it’s always-on, on-demand, or
hybrid and offered in a tiered service-based model.



2. Time is of The Essence
Zero-day attacks are fantastic at exploiting newly-discovered vulnerabilities, which is why precious time can’t be
wasted when it comes to generating new safeguards. Rather than relying solely on human intervention – which can
take hours – automated behavioral-based detection and real-time signature creation generates protection
within seconds.



3. Change is Constant
New applications and modifications to existing ones require new security policies and procedures. A cloud
security service should automatically detect and protect new applications as they are added to the network by
automatically creating new policies. Look for an adaptive service that automatically continuously adapts to
evolving threats and protected assets.



4. Massive Scrubbing Capacity and Global Network
DDoS attacks are increasing in quantity and severity, complexity and persistence. If faced with particularly large
or simultaneous attacks, you’ll be grateful if your provider can scrub bad traffic in large volume while allowing
legitimate requests through. Choose a service that has worldwide coverage and enough total scrubbing
capacity to handle several attacks simultaneously, and constantly expands and upgrades based on changes in
DDoS attack trends.



5. Communication is Key
Cloud adoption complicates management and orchestration of security policies. Look for messaging capability
that atomatically generates protections for zero-day attacks within seconds through behavioral-based detection
coupled with real-time signature creation.





6. Can’t Hide Behind an IP
Bot-generated attacks leverage surreptitious techniques to disguise malicious traffic. To protect applications from
these rogue-like tactics, look for a technology that can automatically identify, blacklist and block machines that are
used for attacks, regardless of the source IP they hide behind.
7. Smart SSL Attack Mitigation
Not all SSL attack protections are created equal. Look for SSL-attack mitigation in the cloud that maintains user
data confidentiality and removes operational dependencies between the service provider and the organization
when keys are changed.

IN SUMMARY
Remember these key points and select a cloud security service that adapts to today’s always evolving cyber
threats. Learn about Radware’s comprehensive, automated cloud protection service that continuously adapts to
offer the fastest threat detection and mitigation.


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