Link11 presents its advanced Cloud Security Platform at it-sa
Link11 will present its new platform services based on artificial intelligence and the “zero touch principle” at it-sa. Alongside Link11 DDoS Protection for Web and Infrastructure, the advanced protection solutions WAF, Secure DNS, Secure CDN, Bot Mitigation, API Protection and Threat Intel are designed to strengthen cyber resilience.
Link11's integrated Cloud Security Platform employs artificial intelligence, machine learning, automation and real-time defense to provide holistic protection of IT infrastructures and critical applications and to strengthen cyber resilience. Based on these key technologies, the Link11 Cloud Security Platform comprehensively protects enterprises from cyber threats at web and network level.
With its global platform approach, the Link11 Cloud Security Platform covers a wide range of functionalities. Link11 Web and Infrastructure DDoS Protection protects websites, servers and infrastructures from overload attacks with an availability guarantee of 99.99%.
- With Zero Touch WAF, Link11 is the first vendor to use artificial intelligence to automatically configure a web application firewall, which dramatically reduces the complexity of deployment and operation.
- Secure CDN minimizes latencies via globally distributed CDN nodes that are fully protected by additional features such as data sovereignty and privacy rules and the Link11 Protection Shield, thereby ensuring strict data protection.
- With Secure DNS, Link11 has built a globally distributed DNS server infrastructure that ensures that web and infrastructure traffic actually arrives.
Digital business processes securely online
Link11’s international customers benefit from intelligent, fast and secure 360° protection with maximum performance. They are protected from the growing number of known and unknown cyber attacks. Automated detection and mitigation of attacks and threats eliminates the human factor as a source of error and reduces the operational workload in the IT team.
Marc Wilczek, Link11 Managing Director: "The threat landscape for companies is becoming even more dynamic. Traditional protection solutions for network and infrastructure security all too often rely on manual incident and data assessment. This time-consuming and resource-intensive approach has no future in light of the growing complexity of IT security. Only protection solutions that are based on an automated, AI-based evaluation of the huge amounts of data offer the necessary level of protection in the long term."
Visitors to it-sa will find Link11 in Hall 10.1, Stand 413, where cloud security experts will provide advice on cyber resilience, cloud security and network protection.
Lecture: The Future of Cyber Security
Link11 CEO Marc Wilczek's presentation will demonstrate how artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation can increase IT security by eliminating manual processes. At the same time, they preserve the scarce resource that is IT specialists. Companies are already finding this approach built into integrated, cloud-native protection solutions today.
Stay updated on current DDoS reports, warnings, and news about IT security, cybercrime and DDoS protection.
Follow Link11 on Twitter
That was a great first day at IT-SA in Nuremberg! Today, we talked to Lasse Berger from Bayerischer Rundfunk about…
1 Retweets 2Read More
We are having a great time at it-sa - The IT Security Expo and Congress with Link11 COO Marc Wilczek on stage, tal…
2 Retweets 1Read More
Cybersecurity incidents are expected to rise by an alarming 70% by 2024. As the world is going digital, criminal ac…
0 Retweets 0Read More
Meet the team! Visit our booth (10.0-413) at it-sa 2019 from October 8-10 in Nuremberg and talk to our experts!…
1 Retweets 3Read More
Meet our team at it-sa 2019 from October 8-10 in Nuremberg in hall 10.0, booth 413 and talk to our experts!…
0 Retweets 1Read More
Cyber-security to be the number one threat to the global economy in the next decade, survey shows.…
0 Retweets 2Read More
Almost all cyber attacks last year could have been prevented, research shows. The over 2 million cyber incidents re…
1 Retweets 0Read More