Case Study | February 5, 2014

Staminus Protects Customers From Cyberattacks With A Terabit Scale Network

Source: Juniper Networks, Inc.
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Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks have become a favorite tactic of cybercriminals, and attacks on the scale of hundreds of gigabits are commonplace. For many banks, media and entertainment companies, retailers, and data center providers, defending against cyberattacks is a routine part of business, and organizations are increasingly turning to companies like Staminus for cyber-protection. Staminus was founded in 1998 by two childhood friends, Matt Mahvi and Arad Mahdavi. Since 2001, Mahvi, the company’s president, and Mahdavi, the COO, have focused the company on the development of SecurePort for DDoS mitigation.

Challenge

To protect its customers, Staminus operates DDoS mitigation centers in Los Angeles, New York, and Amsterdam. Having a global network allows Staminus to incapacitate even the largest DDoS attacks quickly and efficiently, so customers can focus on their business.

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