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Tuning a web application firewall can be a daunting task. Security teams invest significant time and energy testing WAF rules in order to gain the confidence necessary to set them to deny. But as soon as the application changes or new or updated WAF rules are available, they have to do it all over again - only this time, without knowing if the rule changes will improve their security posture
Web Application Protector (WAP) is adding some exciting new capabilities in the October 2019 Release. Akamai designed WAP to provide automated protection for your websites and APIs from DDoS and web application attacks. As such, one of the primary objectives (besides providing best-in-class protections) has always been operational simplicity. We continuously improve our products, working closely with our customers that use them every day. This release introduces a redesigned and
For those who use Web Application Protector from Akamai: "Your APIs just got an extra layer of protection". For everyone else, learn how easy a WAF can be. You protect your web applications, that's awesome, but what about all your APIs? Do you know how many you have, who accesses them and what information they expose?
Are you in the process of selecting a web application firewall (WAF) or thinking about whether your current solution is adequate? For many organizations selecting the right WAF to protect their business is not an easy task. The threat landscape is changing fast and hackers are very creative in their own ways. The good news is that Gartner just released a new report "Critical Capabilities for Cloud Web Application Firewalls
by Volker Tegtmeyer and Hans Cathcart Have you ever felt like you did a great job protecting your mission-critical web applications, only to realize so many more web properties require your attention? Web properties are not all equal, and overloaded security teams can only focus on the most critical ones. As a result, there have been several evolving consequences for many organizations: