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Cloudflare Expands Operations in Mexico Amid Growing Cyberattacks

Cloudflare is expanding operations in Mexico in an attempt to capitalize on the growing rate of cyber attacks in the country.

The San Francisco-based company claims that it is blocking more than 150 million cyber threats every day in Mexico.

Cloudflare has been present in Mexico since 2014. Its clients in the country include high-profile companies such as online casino Cloudflare also partners with tech services providers such as NTT and Sonda, who resell its solutions.

Cloudflare is set to add more employees to its offices in Mexico City and Queretaro. The company also plans to invest in new infrastructure in the country, including additional data centers and edge servers.

The Silicon Valley firm owns more than 47 data centers across Latin America and the Caribbean, and claims to have the largest number of SASE (secure access service edge) points of presence across all vendors.

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Its security solutions offer to help businesses protect themselves from a wide range of cyber threats, including DDoS attacks, malware attacks and phishing attacks.

Earlier this year, the company claimed to have developed a technology solution to automatically block the latest version of DDoS attack dubbed as “HTTP/2 rapid reset.”

Narayan Ammachchi

News Editor for Nearshore Americas, Narayan Ammachchi is a career journalist with a decade of experience in politics and international business. He works out of his base in the Indian Silicon City of Bangalore.

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