Barracuda Networks, Inc. offers industry-leading solutions designed to solve mainstream IT problems – efficiently and cost effectively – while maintaining a level of customer support and satisfaction second to none. Barracuda’s products span three distinct markets, including: 1) content security, 2) networking and application delivery and 3) data storage, protection and disaster recovery.
Barracuda is a publicly traded company (NYSE: CUDA) that provides powerful yet easy-to-use security and storage solutions that simplify IT. CitiBank, Coca-Cola, Delta Dental, FedEx, Harvard University, IBM, L’Oreal, Liberty Tax Service, Mythbusters and Spokane Public Schools are among the more than 150,000 organizations in 100+ countries confidently protecting their users, applications and data with Barracuda solutions. Based in Silicon Valley, the Barracuda network has 1000+ employees, 5000+ partners, and offices in 15 countries.
Organizations depend on getting business-critical information to the right people when they need it. Delivering this information gets increasingly challenging as applications span physical data centers, virtual data centers, and the cloud.
Barracuda Networks enables organizations to provide reliable, fast, and secure access to applications through an integrated product family spanning traffic management, access control, and security for today’s modern and dispersed application deployment architectures, including server load balancing and link load balancing.
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Source: 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report 11th edition
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