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Revolutionary Non-Disruptive DDoS Testing Technology that significantly strengthens resistance to DDoS attacks and provides ongoing visibility on identified DDoS mitigation vulnerabilities.


Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) is a form of cyber attack that makes a machine or network resource unavailable to its genuine users resulting in (i) downtime and (ii) a smokescreen for the introduction of viruses or other malware or to steal customer data. The effective downtime created by DDoS attacks is devastating for organisations that require reliable, non-stop (24/7) online availability – including telecommunication, mass transport, government voting systems, health systems, banking & financial institutions and e-commerce businesses. In 2016, the average effective downtime from each DDoS attack was 17 hours with an estimated average cost to companies of $250,000 (~€213,000) per hour . DDoS attacks are becoming easier to launch and the frequency, size and complexity of these attacks are increasing.

Although DDoS attacks can be blocked using DDoS mitigation solutions, these solutions currently have limited effectivity. Effective and well aligned attack mitigation, on the dynamic systems run by organizations, requires continual DDoS testing. The challenge is that currently all DDoS testing technologies are themselves disruptive to the test environment – meaning that they are restricted to isolated tests at specific time points and require costly dedicated maintenance windows that limit the number of tests which can be performed.

MazeBolt Technologies has developed the first ever Non-Disruptive (ND) DDoS testing technology that continuously simulates a wide variety of DDoS attacks without disrupting the tested environments. This offers a step change in the level of information and visibility on companies’ DDoS mitigation vulnerabilities. Our revolutionary DDoS Analyser runs exponentially more tests, continuously 24/7, with real time analysis of identified vulnerabilities.

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€ 50 000,00
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The organization defined itself as SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) at the time the Grant Agreement was signed.

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Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Other funding
€ 21 429,00