Web Application Firewalls to Dummies
Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) for Dummies
43% of all breaches involved web applications, according to Verizon’s 2020 report. Modern web applications take advantage of highly distributed multicloud environments, dynamic microservices architectures, and third-party integrations and content.
A web application firewall (WAF) prevents successful attacks against your web applications by:
- Providing virtual patching for code and application-level vulnerabilities
- Inspecting ingress and egress application traffic to identify and block scans, attacks, and bots
- Securing application programming interfaces (APIs)
With this eBook, learn how to recognize essential WAF capabilities, integrate your application architectures, and fully understand WAF deployment options.