Web Application Firewalls

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Radware Kubernetes WAF

Containerized microservices are gaining momentum in IT organizations today, requiring tools such as Kubernetes for automating the orchestration and management of those containers. The Radware Kubernetes WAF meets the unique requirements of the Kubernetes environment to protect its…

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Heterogeneity of Web Application Firewalls Market Increases

For companies doing business with commercial partners and customers via web applications, it is business-critical to maintain and protect these web applications. Since companies have become increasingly dependent on web applications for doing business, the need for Web Application Firewalls…

Market Compass

Market Compass: Web Application Firewalls - 70324

The KuppingerCole Market Compass provides an overview of the product or service offerings in a specific market segment. This Market Compass covers Web Application Firewall (WAF) solutions that span the spectrum of on-premises, cloud, and hybrid IT delivery models.

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Security Vendor Imperva Reports a Breach

Imperva, a US-based cybersecurity company known for its web application security and data protection products, has disclosed a breach of their customer data. According to the announcement, a subset of the customers for its cloud-based Web Application Firewall solution (formerly known as…

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Executive View: Cleafy - 79030

Cleafy is an integrated real-time clientless threat detection and prevention platform for online services in highly regulated industries, providing protection against advanced targeted attacks for web applications and mobile apps.  


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IGA in a World of Zero Trust

IGA in a World of Zero Trust
Richard Hill

Zero Trust is a key paradigm for cybersecurity today, used well beyond the security circles. The goal is building cybersecurity that “never (blindly) trusts”, but “always verifies.” This traditionally meant verifying Who has access to What resource. In the past, the Who typically meant a human with a digital identity being given access to some application within an organization. Once the individual was given access to said application, that individual would be verified [...]

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