DDOS, SSO

Depending on the type and size of theenterprise, a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack can break the enterprise revenue stream and damage it permanently.With recent DDoS attacks becoming exponentially more powerful, enterprises are aware of how vulnerable the networks are. DDoS is an attack focused on making a network or website unavailable for its users. This is usually done by flooding the target host with numerous requests.DDoS attacks are used to disable the targeted enterprises online presence or key business processes.When hackers or cybercriminals launch a DDoS attack, the damage and the costs can be devastating for the enterprise that’s being targeted.

Success against the most sophisticated DDoS hackers can only be achieved by responding in real time and supplementing automated anti-DoS tools with human expertise.The DDoS service at Digital Track understands the enterprise resources and resource configuration and uses intelligent traffic-profiling to learn application traffic patterns over time. The most effective challenge is to stop DDoS before it reaches its goal and overloads the target application. Digital Track employs a layered approach to DDoS mitigation comprised of Web Application Firewall(WAF) layer on all globally distributed nodes.

Maintaining multiple user names and passwords can be a challenge for many users and companies are at risk if users create passwords that are too simple and easily guessed. Single sign-on (SSO) is a session or user authentication process that permits a user to enter one name and password to access multiple applications.Single Sign-On internally translates and stores credentials of each application the user has access to.

Digital Track single sign-on (SSO) service provides a seamless experience by enabling users to provide credentials once and gain access to many applications and systems. The solution allows to access any of the web properties or mobile apps with a single identity. SOC personnel, detect DDoS by monitoring network traffic at multiple levels, passing through multiple networks at multiple locations and analyze conditions that could threaten the networks.