Managed WAF service enables certified and experienced security consultants to implement, optimise and continuously fine-tune the WAF to ensure it protects your organisation from the latest cyberthreats and vulnerabilities.
Our eBook explores next-generation Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools and the impact they’re having on companies’ cyber security strategies.
Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) help protect against attacks like cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL injections, which are common vulnerabilities that most web applications can have. It's especially important in areas like e-commerce or any industry that accepts credit card payments through a website, as it's necessary for Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance.
A misconfigured WAF can have enormous consequences that include financial loss, data loss, reputational damage, compliance issues and more. Yet, most IT departments don't have the resources to effectively managed a WAF. Even after its initial integration, a WAF requires ongoing attention to be truly effective.
Managed WAF provides an essential layer of security between incoming HTTP traffic and your organisations server. By filtering through potential cyberthreats at the point of entry, you can improve their security posture.
The web application firewall market’s growth continues to be driven by cloud-delivered web application and API protection services. Security and risk management leaders must assess how WAFs can provide improved, easy-to-consume and easy-to-manage security that respects data privacy demands.