Cisco network transports 1.4 PB during Rio Olympics

Wednesday 7 September 2016 | 11:28 CET | News
More than 1.4 PB of data were transported across Cisco's network during the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Nearly 150,000 devices were connected to the Cisco network, while more than 4 million security threats were detected and mitigated by Cisco's security infrastructure, the company announced in a blog posting. While protecting all official Rio 2016 public websites and mobile apps, Cisco and Rio 2016 security partners detected 40 million security threats, blocked 23 million attacks and mitigated 223 major DDoS attacks.

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Cisco
Countries: Brazil
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