Organizations are more dependent than ever on web applications for doing business with partners and customers, which means that protecting web applications has become business critical, something that all organizations should be taking into account.
Web Application Firewalls (WAF), therefore, are as relevant as ever, if not even more important than when they were first introduced for their ability to protect against or block a long list of common traditional web attacks such as SQL injection.
Although they have been around for decades, WAFs cannot be discounted as outdated or irrelevant because the WAF market is evolving, maturing, and growing with new vendors entering the market and driving innovation.
WAFs have evolved over time to distinguish between automated malicious bots and legitimate users, to detect abnormal activity, and to protect application program interfaces (APIs) in a variety of ways.
WAFs are essential to ensuring web application security, with the most...
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