10 Things Every Web Application Firewall Should Provide
Securing Web applications against cybercriminals, hacktivists, and state-sponsored hackers is a never-ending effort.
- Hackers evade traditional network security defenses to take down websites and to steal data.
- Malicious users probe websites around-the-clock looking for vulnerabilities.
- Automation tools such as off-the-shelf attack toolkits and botnets make it easy to execute large-scale attacks.
Web application firewalls (WAFs) have become the central platform for protecting applications against all online threats. This white paper explains the 10 features every WAF should provide.
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