Tag: waf

Privacy protection, Security

Are Your APIs Leaking Sensitive Data?

May 22, 2023

Via: The Hacker News

It’s no secret that data leaks have become a major concern for both citizens and institutions across the globe. They can cause serious damage to an organization’s reputation, induce considerable financial losses, and even have serious legal repercussions. From the […]

Application security, Security

The 2020 App Threats Landscape in Review

February 3, 2021

Via: Radware Blog

As more organizations place a priority on application development, production and hosting, new vulnerabilities and threats emerge. The need for a faster time to market, improved user experience and better resource utilization can influence what security protocols are implemented before […]

Network security

Organizations dissatisfied with WAFs ineffective protection, time-consuming management, high cost

May 15, 2019

Via: Help Net Security

Only 40% of organizations are satisfied with their web application firewall (WAF), according to the Ponemon Institute report released by Cequence Security. The State of Web Application Firewalls report is based on data gathered from 595 organizations across the U.S. […]

Cloud security

Web Application Firewalls Adjust to Secure the Cloud

June 5, 2018

Via: Dark Reading

Cloud-based WAFs protect applications without the costs and complexity of on-prem hardware. Here’s what to keep in mind as you browse the growing market. As the application landscape changes, so do the tools we use to protect corporate systems and […]


Web Application Firewalls Tested Against XSS Attacks

September 15, 2015

Via: vulnerabilities

A researcher has conducted experiments to #test some of the most popular #web application firewalls (#waf) and see how efficient they are in protecting against cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks. A WAF is an appliance, a plugin or a filter that […]