NetFlow-based DDoS Detection

| May 2, 2018

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Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) Detection solution developed by NetFlow Logic brings new early warning alerting capabilities allowing to stop DDoS attack before targeted network devices and servers are incapacitated. DDoS attacks are notoriously difficult to detect timely and defend against. Traditional perimeter based technologies such as firewalls and intrusion detection systems (IDSs) do not provide comprehensive DDoS protection. Solutions positioned inline must be deployed at each endpoint, and are vulnerable in case of a volumetric attack. Typically, solutions require systems to run in "learning" mode, passively monitoring traffic patterns to understand normal behavior and establish a baseline profile. The baseline is later used to detect anomalous network activity, which could be a DDoS attack. These takes a long time to implement and any change in the infrastructure makes baseline obsolete, and results in lots of false positives.

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