I know that there are some web hosts that also offer DDoS protection within its dedicated servers. The one is Crookservers. It offers servers in Europe and Canada.
It has nice reliability, easy to use control panel and excellent customer support.
Tbh. a host network is capable enough to sustain a certain degree of attack. In situation of an attack the host would either null-route the traffic OR simply take a the victim website offline. But for a continuous protection, it is recommended to opt. for services such as the Cloudflare to effective manage an attack.
After the recent incident happened in February this year, CloudFlare has become one of the most trusted services to handle a DDoS. But, opting for a paid subscription could be pretty costly for an SME.
All big companies offer DDOS protection but it is very expensive to order it. You have to bear a cost near $300 per month for activating it. My suggestion is go for blacklotus. They are leading DDOS industry.
DDoS attacks are risen and become complex and overwhelming security challenges. DDoS protection is good as a security purpose for business and enterprise customers. Coins host, CloudFlare allows DDos protection.