MazeBolt’s new technology continuously & without disruption, detects DDoS risks before an attack happens, not after. Working with any mitigation system to provide end to end full coverage.

Even with a leading DDoS mitigation system, 65% of enterprises will experience significant downtime within any 12 month period.

Identifying all vulnerabilities to all known DDoS attack vectors

Closing the gap

Maze Bolt Technologies – Cyber Security Company in Israel
Detecting and Eliminating DDoS Threats Before An Attack

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Mitigating Attacks and Threats After They Are Launched

THE DDoS Vulnerability GAP

There are thousands of potential DDoS vulnerabilities that can be exploited in any IT infrastructure. These potential vulnerabilities are referred to as the - DDoS Vulnerability Gap. When the gap is exploited, DDoS traffic bypasses a company’s DDoS mitigation defenses and penetrates the target network, causing system disruption and downtime.

Mitigation solutions do not constantly re-configure and fine tune their DDoS mitigation postures. Leaving their ongoing visibility limited and leaving them to troubleshoot issues at the very worst possible time, that is, when systems are brought down by a successful DDoS attack. These solutions are reactive, reacting to an attack and not foreseeing it.

Testing companies, DDoS Red Team Testing simulates a variety of real DDoS attack vectors in a controlled manner to validate the human red teams procedural response to a DDoS attack. Red team testing does not evaluate the companies vulnerability level to DDoS attacks and is usually performed on average twice yearly. This testing is very disruptive to IT systems and leads to disruption of on-going operations, so requires a planned maintenance window.

MazeBolt’s DDoS Security Platform closes the gap by working as a non-disruptive top layer on any DDoS Mitigation system. Through continuous identification and remediation of the mitigation systems vulnerabilities and not just the human readiness to an attack. Ultimately avoiding downtime and almost eliminating inline mitigation vulnerabilities before an attack happens and without the need for disruptive maintenance windows.

Red Team Vs. Mitigation Vs. RADAR™

Description
Very high chance of Downtime during attack YES 48% Chance NO
Testing frequency About twice a year N/A Continuous
DDoS attack vectors checked per target Less than 20 N/A More than 100
How many target IP's tested - Against all attack vectors Sample - Under 5 IP's N/A Complete - Over 1000 IP's
Vulnerability gap average 48% 48% Under 2%
Vulnerability reports Per test NO Continuous - Daily
Cost $ $$$ $$
Attack response N/A Reactive when an attacks happens Continuous before an attack happens
Detection of successful attacks Sample detection only - At time of test - time of test only Partial detection - during attack Full detection - Before an attack & continuous
Added costs for Red Team testing - On Demand YES N/A NO

“Downtime costs increased 200 percent year-over-year.”

(*300+ Terrifying Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Statistics & Trends [2020] EDITION)

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“MazeBolt's RADAR™ dramatically reduced our DDoS Gap and perfectly complements our existing DDoS mitigation systems going well beyond traditional DDoS penetration testing.

I strongly recommend MazeBolt's RADAR™ to any company that needs to ensure 24/7 availability"

Yaron Weiss,

Chief Security Officer
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"Thanks to RADAR™ we're able to gain quick & complete visibility of our DDoS Threat Surface with real time 24/7 understanding of our entire DDoS vulnerability landscape.

The continuous deep insight combined with the level of information and user-friendly reporting provided by RADAR™ allowed us to dramatically reduce our DDoS risk and ensure the Parliamentary elections' integrity".

Shay Nahmani

gov.il's IT Manager

“The average cost of downtime is 23 times higher than the average ransom amount.”

(*300+ Terrifying Cybercrime and Cybersecurity Statistics & Trends [2020] EDITION)

Enterprise Use Case

Constantly changing and dynamic systems are continuously open to DDoS attacks.

Initial DDoS Risk (% of DDoS vulnerabilities identified on first cycle)

Launched new web applications without aligning with DDoS mitigation configuration

Added new IP addresses and upgraded network equipment

Get rid of successful DDoS attack, close DDoS vulnerabilities before they are exploited

In 2019, the number of DDoS attacks increased by almost 50% over the previous year. The average duration of attacks also increased around 50%.

(Kaspersky Labs report 2019)

ISO 27001:2013 - Certified Information Security Management System
Maze Bolt Receives Funding From European Union's Horizon 2020