Bad actors want big data. Cyberattacks are increasing. Your network is the target. Secure it with F5.
Demand for new technologies has grown; so have security risks for service providers. Big data makes your company a big target. Keep your network secure so you can create the next epic customer feature instead of picking up the pieces after a breach.
As more companies migrate to software-based security solutions in the cloud and at the edge, implementing robust, high performance DDoS protection has become increasingly difficult. F5’s BIG-IP AFM Virtual Edition with an Intel SmartNIC allows organizations to offload complex and high-volume DDoS attacks to a high-performance FPGA embedded within the SmartNIC, preventing degradations to quality of experience for legitimate users.
Ushering in new technology always carries a learning curve. Can you afford that time and risk to your network? F5 has been providing telecom security solutions for networks from 3G through the 4G transition. We’re still creating innovative 5G security solutions to keep your network safe.
As networks become more decentralized and IoT devices usher in Industry 4.0, the need for security has never been greater. F5 provides security solutions that give you visibility and control within your own network to help you thwart attackers.
Service providers strive to make their technology available to anyone, everywhere. This innovation creates new opportunities cyberattacks. The race for the killer app continues at full speed. F5 will stop cyberattacks in their tracks so you can continue to offer unfaltering QoE.
Cybercriminals attack the telecom industry because the economic gain is high. With SIM breaches, third party application and service abuse, and phone upgrade theft, you need complete mobile account protection. F5 helps you prevent fraud using advanced AI/ML models.
The explosive growth of APIs is driving new markets for both API gateways and API security. F5 gives you the API security and control that you need to mitigate API security threats.
With the advent of IoT, service provider core network elements and support infrastructure are more vulnerable to outside threats like application infrastructure, service infrastructure and DDoS attacks. With F5, service providers gain a unified, multi-layer defense to protect the data center.