Today’s attackers can rent a botnet and even use a low orbit ion cannon to assemble a powerful distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack that can be served rather easily.

What would happen if your network experienced a crushing attack of 300Gbps? How about 400Gbps? DDoS attacks that target businesses and government institutions continue to grow in size, frequency, and complexity.

Today, you are deploying products and services designed and architected to mitigate and prevent debilitating DDoS attacks. Hardening network architecture and preparing for a DDoS attack can mitigate the damage and allow your organization to become more resilient, even under attack. But you need to know that preparations and investments will work as planned, stopping the bad flows and allowing the good traffic to pass. You need to know that the coordination with your cloud-based scrubbing service provider will run smoothly when facing a live attack. The only way to know the answers to these questions is by testing these scenarios – prior to deployment.