Asiasoft Online Pte Ltd, a renowned Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs) publisher, has contracted the solutions offered by application security firm Radware to protect its networks against threats from cyberspace.
Asiasoft – known for games such as MapleStory, Audition, GetAmped X, CABAL Online, Sudden Attack, and AIKA Online – is expanding its networks and it wants to make sure that none of the cyberattacks that target them will cause any damage.
“We frequently endure cyberattacks in many different types of complexity. We need a cyberattack mitigation service that provides viable solution against these attacks,” said Darren Lim, information system assistant manager at Asiasoft.
Lim highlights the fact that users must be allowed to access and play games even during cyberattacks, which makes it somewhat of a challenge for the security solutions provider.
However, Radware’s award winning Attack Mitigation System (AMS) should have no problems in handling cyberattacks without disrupting business workflow or the customers’ gaming experience.
Asiasoft will also benefit from support offered by Radware’s Emergency Response Team (ERT), which consists of security experts who can assist customers during attacks.
“We find that their ERT is very impressive. During any cyberattack towards our network, Radware's team members has never failed to support us in identifying types of attack and providing effective ways to counter them as quickly as possible,” Lim added.
Considering that denial-of-service and distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attacks have become more complex, mitigation solutions have to be highly efficient. However, Radware is confident that it can handle any threats aimed at their customers’ infrastructures.
“We have proven once again that Radware’s AMS is effective against growing online threats. It is a combination of the best of breed technology and 24/7 instantaneous access to a team of knowledgeable and specialized experts. Radware’s AMS customers can have the ease of mind that during an attack, they will not be left alone,” said Radware’s Yong Chuk Ping.