Web Application Security Buyers Guide

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@dyn dyn.com page 3 Ebook | Web Application Security Buyer's Guide This shouldn't be the case. With advances in web application security products and the ability to leverage cloud-based solutions, you can significantly mitigate risk—no matter what size company or what level of cybersecurity technology expertise is available in-house. The key is to leverage an integrated web application security platform that includes a web application firewall (WAF), access control, DDoS protection, and an advanced bot management solution. What to Look for in a Solution Web application firewall: As web applications continue to be the leading attack vector, WAFs are a necessity for every organization. Your solution must give you the ability to see and manage traffic that is reaching web applications. You must also be able to simply and easily manage policies and rulesets across your environment, leveraging advanced, real-time threat intelligence. The question is not whether you need a web application security platform, but what to look for in a solution. The three main categories to look for are: • Multiple protections: The platform should offer integrated solutions for each of the various threats to your web apps, such as DDoS attack, malicious bots, and exploits. • Scalability: Your solution must be able to adapt to your business, as well as to the threat landscape, because each will inevitably grow and change. • Management: You should consider partnering with a provider who can supplement your own security operations center (SOC) personnel with an external team of experts.

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