Link11 Intensifies Cooperation with CBC for DDoS Protection
The IT security provider is significantly expanding its activities in the media sector. The production, broadcast and IT company CBC is using Link11’s DDoS protection with immediate effect to secure its Internet access and the on-premise infrastructure that is used, among other things, for the B2B traffic of Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland.
Link11, one of the leading providers for DDoS protection solutions in Europe, is further expanding its cooperation with CBC, the production and technology company of Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland. CBC has been protecting certain network areas against overload attacks with Link11’s DDoS protection since 2014. Link11 is now responsible for protecting all on-premise networks of the company against business-critical DDoS attacks, and is thus making a significant contribution towards increasing security.
Marc Wilczek, Managing Director of Link11: "The new contract is a clear sign that Link11 offers groundbreaking IT security and that the Link11 DDoS protection meets the requirements of enterprise customers for IT security in real time in an extremely reliable and future-proof manner. This basically means attack detection and filtering in a matter of seconds. What's more, the contract renewal also demonstrates the high level of satisfaction of our customers."
Frank Penning, CBC Division Manager Technology/IT and CIO Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland: "We have decided to expand our collaboration with Link11 because we believe they offer the best and most comprehensive protection solution against DDoS attacks. Automated attack detection of network and application attacks guarantees the availability and performance of our IT infrastructure. We have also built up a great deal of trust in the expertise of the Link11 Security Operation Center, which we have been working together with since 2014. We have come to appreciate their flexibility and commitment."
The Link11 DDoS protection is aimed at the growing number of companies that want to counteract the permanent threat of DDoS attacks in real time and with continuous network monitoring. Only always-on protection, which is permanently active and detects and eliminates dangers within seconds, can ensure 100% security and availability. The cloud-based DDoS protection solution from Link11 works in a fully automated manner. Thanks to AI and machine learning, the company ensures fast and accurate detection of malicious DDoS traffic and offers the fastest time to mitigate (TTM) on the market, according to Gartner's Market Guide for DDoS Mitigation Services.
Since its foundation in Cologne in 1994, CBC has developed into one of the leading TV production, IT and broadcast companies in Germany. At its locations in Cologne, Munich and Berlin, numerous well-known TV stations and TV producers rely on the know-how of its more than 800 employees, state-of-the-art technology and the wide range of services.
The diversified service portfolio with a clear focus on customers and solutions includes broadcasting, studio productions, outside productions and transmissions, post productions, teleport and online services, system consulting and system integration, which in turn enables the company to adapt flexibly to individual customer and project needs. CBC supports the channels RTL, VOX, NITRO, RTL plus, SUPER RTL, RTL II, n-tv, RTL Crime, RTL Living, RTL Passion, NOW US and GEO Television, to name a few. Furthermore, CBC is responsible for the production and broadcasting of the international coverage of the German soccer league "Bundesliga" on behalf of Sportcast. CBC is part of Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland.
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