Greatresponder.com on Oct. 02, 2012: Black Lotus network security Provider Company has announced on Monday October 1, 2012 that it is going to provided a highly advance security mechanism against distributed denial of services or DDoS to the networks of Australian web hosting and domain provider company called VentaIP hosting. This was announced by the company management through a press release statement.
It was further explained in the press release statement that this major web hosting company of Australian market is the big company in this domain of business in the area – there are many complaints that are received from the customers on regular basis that many hackers attack their networks for DDoS on very frequent basis. New security mechanism developed for VentraIP web hosting network would be very useful for the networks of the company to keep away from such nasty attacks of hackers. It was also informed in the press release that this security mechanism would increase the reliability and network uptime of the company services and thus creating good opportunity for the customers of the company to increase their business profits.
In the press release statement Mr. Angelo Giuffrida, the chief operating officer of VentraIP web hosting provider was quoted to have saying, “As an ICANN and an .au Domain Administration (auDA) accredited registrar, our partnership with Black Lotus for DDoS protection is an insurance policy for our clients that gives us peace of mind. If an attack of this nature is being made against a client on our network, we now have a plan to mitigate it and allow our network to continue operating for the rest of our customers.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Jeffrey Lyon, president of Black Lotus, in his statement said, “We’re seeing increasing incidents of DDoS attacks against company websites, both small and large; VentraIP recognizes the potential risk to its customers, and our partnership allows the company to take the necessary steps to safeguard client sites and in many cases, their companies’ livelihoods.”