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Akamai

Company

Akamai is the global leader in Content Delivery Network (CDN) services, making the Internet fast, reliable and secure for its customers. The company’s advanced web performance, mobile performance, cloud security and media delivery solutions are revolutionizing how businesses optimize consumer, enterprise and entertainment experiences for any device, anywhere.

Solutions

Akamai has developed and operates the world’s largest and most advanced, cloud-based platform for securely distributing and accelerating web content, enterprise applications and video. The Akamai Intelligent Platform is unparalleled in terms of its distributed footprint, consisting of software that resides on over 175,000 servers in more than 1,300 networks in 100+ countries. Akamai’s software continually maps the Internet to create a comprehensive knowledge of network conditions, provide instant device-level detection and optimization, and identify, absorb, and block security threats.

Built on the Akamai Intelligent Platform™, Akamai Cloud Security Solutions provide the scale to stop the largest Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) and web application attacks without reducing performance, as well as intelligence into the latest threats and the expertise to adapt to shifting tactics and attack vectors.

Vendor Certifications

activereach is an authorised Akamai NetAlliance Silver partner.

Request a Demo/Trial

To request a trial or demo on Akamai solutions please complete our Demo Request form.

Further Information

Please visit our solutions pages on DDoS Mitigation and Web Application Firewalling for further information.


What our customers say

activereach provided Crown Golf with an innovative solution to lower our costs for e-mail and web filtering.

They have continued to be responsive when supporting our business, coming to me with other opportunities to save costs, streamline operations and improve service for our associated clients. I am delighted to have made a switch to them as a supplier.

David Shepherd
IT Manager, Crown Golf Operations Ltd

Did you know?

In 27% of phishing incidents, users of Microsoft Office 365 were targeted. A Sharepoint file was offered to a user, behind which was a fraudulent OneDrive login designed to harvest the user’s credentials.

Source: IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2019

Solution: Risks to user credentials increase greatly when moving from on-premise applications to cloud applications. Adoption of single-sign on, IAM, PAM, and multi-factor authentication services will address risks of credential compromise and misuse.

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