DDoS attack emergency?

BT

British Telecom

Company

BT Business broadband and internet
Our most advanced range of business broadband connections for small and medium-sized enterprises. With download speeds up to 314Mbps, Ultrafast fibre broadband, gives you the extra oomph to succeed. And with Superfast fibre broadband at up to 76Mbps and BTnet leased lines at up to 10Gbps, we’re helping Britain’s businesses work even faster, today and in future.

Solutions

activereach provides ethernet point-to-point (p2p) solutions from BT.
This includes high-bandwidth, low-latency direct fibre connections linking sites under 28 miles apart.

Also known as an Ethernet private circuit, SHDS Connect extends your LAN across local sites without compromising on performance or security.

Because it’s a dedicated optical fibre connection, there’s virtually no latency or delay so you can run time-sensitive applications like Citrix, IP Voice, and video without any performance issues.

You keep ownership and control of your IP architecture (hosting and routing data across the network).

Reconfiguring the VPN network is simple and scalable so you can flex your bandwidth seasonally and add sites as you grow.

When you connect to the internet, you’ll be safe in the knowledge that you’ll have your very own, dedicated network where security is the number one factor. Point-to-point Ethernet doesn’t get much better than this.

Vendor Certifications

activereach is an authorised reseller of BT Business Broadband solutions.

Request a Demo/Trial

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

Further Information

Please visit our solutions pages on Leased Line Internet Access for further information.


What our customers say

We learnt a huge amount as a result of doing the DDoS test simulation. It was better doing this in a controlled manner instead of waiting until we are hit for real. We now understand a lot more about our systems and our people have gained useful experience, which has only improved our readiness for a real attack.

We certainly see the real value of doing this on a regular basis in a similar way to testing our fire alarm system so that people and systems operate under real scenarios efficiently.

Mark Dawson
Head of Service Assurance, British Library

Did you know?

In 2017, the most likely pattern of data breach observed was an attacker using stolen credentials or exploit to access data through a web application.

Source: 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report 11th edition

Solution: Businesses have web portals everywhere. Who has access to them and how do you secure that access? Talk to us about how network security techniques can be applied to administrate your network and applications.

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