10 Hot Cybersecurity Companies You Should Watch In 2022
Many of the industry’s most successful cybersecurity companies will prioritize integrating major acquisitions, executing on new channel and technology partnerships, and expanding their services capabilities.
Radware has upgraded its Cloud DDoS Protection Service capacity to absorb DDoS attacks of up to 8 Tbps in response to more attacks and strong business demand. The Tel Aviv, Israel-based cybersecurity and application delivery vendor also partnered with Involta to deploy Radware’s DDoS Protection Service to meet security requirements across the health-care, manufacturing, and financial services verticals.
Radware was also deployed by Armis to safeguard its Amazon Web Services environment, with the IoT security vendor using Radware to fortify its cloud security posture and identify potential vulnerabilities before they evolve into threats. Wall Street has rewarded Radware’s continued innovation by driving the company’s stock price up 35 percent over the past year on a valuation of $1.7 billion.
These new capabilities have made Radware more appealing to customers, with year-over-year sales expected to grow by 14 percent in 2021 to $285 million. Radware has also increased its head count by 2 percent over the past year to 1,349 people, with the most aggressive hiring occurring in the sales and IT departments.