A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack prevents access to important information and blocks transactions, paralyzing the business and rendering its services unavailable. 53% of companies reported that DDoS attacks against them were used as a smokescreen to cover up other types of cybercrime, including malware, data leaks, and financial theft. Most of today’s modern DDoS attacks are actually diversions designed to take attention away from secondary attacks. Because of this shift, many organizations are ill-equipped to manage a modern-day attack.

DDoS attacks targeting our customers can be prevented by anti-DDoS technology deployed within PT&T’s network. PT&T DDoS Protect Services detects attacks and mitigates DDoS traffic, while allowing all legitimate traffic to continue to pass downstream.


FortiGate NGFWs enable security-driven networking and consolidate industry-leading security capabilities such as intrusion prevention system (IPS), web filtering, secure sockets layer (SSL) inspection, and automated threat protection. Fortinet NGFWs meet the performance needs of highly scalable, hybrid IT architectures, enabling organizations to reduce complexity and manage security risks.

FortiGate NGFWs are powered by artificial intelligence (AI)-driven FortiGuard Labs and deliver proactive threat protection with high-performance inspection of both clear-text and encrypted traffic (including the industry’s latest encryption standard TLS 1.3) to stay ahead of the rapidly expanding threat landscape. FortiGate NGFWs inspect traffic as it enters and leaves the network. These inspections happen at an unparalleled speed, scale, and performance and prevent everything from ransomware to DDoS attacks, without degrading user experience or creating costly downtime. As an integral part of the Fortinet Security Fabric, FortiGate NGFWs can communicate within the comprehensive Fortinet security portfolio as well as third-party security solutions in a multivendor environment. To increase the speed of operations and response, they share threat intelligence, and improve security posture and automated workflow.




As more applications move to the cloud, the old approach of backhauling traffic over MPLS to a centralized internet gateway via a hub-and-spoke architecture is no longer relevant. It is expensive and introduces unnecessary latency that negatively impacts user experience.

To support a cloud transition and deliver a fast user experience, enterprise network architects are re-evaluating the design of their WAN architectures to find ways to route internet traffic locally, and to take advantage of inexpensive broadband internet services, often turning to VMware Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN simplifies how traffic is steered and provides bandwidth expansion for the branch. It also provides direct access to cloud applications through a distributed system of VMware SD-WAN Gateways, a cloud-based VMware SD-WAN Orchestrator and a branch platform, VMware SD-WAN Edge. Using broadband along with MPLS as the transport mechanism, Dynamic Multi-Path Optimization steers traffic on a per packet basis to the optimal path as well as remediates transmission degradations. By defining policies in the cloud via a single interface, organizations can easily deploy new applications and services, and manage policies across a large number of locations.


VMware Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN by VeloCloud simplifies connecting branches to the internet, by leveraging multiple network connection types (broadband, LTE, and MPLS) and assuring optimal performance over any type of links


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