Are Application Testing Tools Still Relevant with Self Learning WAFs?

Are Application Testing Tools Still Relevant with Self Learning WAFs?

We all want to secure our applications. This task is becoming harder by the day as our applications constantly change multiple times per week, if not per day. According to Radware’s Web Application Security Report, 24% of the applications are changed on a weekly basis. In order to keep up, ... Read More
WAFs Should Do A Lot More Against Current Threats Than Covering OWASP Top 10

WAFs Should Do A Lot More Against Current Threats Than Covering OWASP Top 10

Looking in the rearview mirror The application threat landscape has rapidly evolved. For years, users consumed applications over the internet using the common tool – web browsers. At every point in time, there were 2-5 web browsers to support, and the variety of application development and testing frameworks was relatively ... Read More
Can Security Be Efficient Without Expertise or Intelligence?

Can Security Be Efficient Without Expertise or Intelligence?

Threats evolve fast, don’t lag behind! I recently returned from a business trip to an exotic destination, which is also a massive emerging market depending on how you look at it. The folks I’ve met do not seem to face other challenges than what you see in mature markets, but ... Read More
CAPTCHA Limitations of Bot Mitigation

CAPTCHA Limitations of Bot Mitigation

An essential part of the technological evolution is creating systems, machines and applications that autonomously and independently create, collect and communicate data. This automation frees information technology folk to focus on other tasks. Currently, such bots generate more than half of the internet traffic, but unfortunately every evolution brings with ... Read More
Has Cyber Security Reached Its Limits?

Has Cyber Security Reached Its Limits?

Thoughts from Radware’s Global Application and Network Security Report Rise of cryptocurrency trade and value boosts attacks; Notorious attacks of the year point at the human factor to blame; Machine-learning technologies are not fully mature nor broadly adopted; Despite a notion of tolerance, in one of four cases customers will ... Read More
Are Your Medical Records Safe? NO.

Are Your Medical Records Safe? NO.

Radware’s Web Application Security Report finds security flaws in the healthcare industry What do healthcare institutions, insurance companies, hospitals, pharmaceuticals and manufacturers of medical equipment all have in common? If you guessed room for improvement when it comes to protecting applications, you’re correct. The data records these organizations keep are ... Read More
Understanding the Real Cost of a Cyber-Attack and Building a Cyber-Resilient Business

Understanding the Real Cost of a Cyber-Attack and Building a Cyber-Resilient Business

Cyber-attacks are like parasites: they are not always visible, not always felt, but with plenty of potential to affect your operational efficiencies, service level agreements, and computing resources. All of those impacts bring potentially high costs. The first step to understanding and managing the cost of cyber-attacks is to do ... Read More
Web Application Security in a Digitally Connected World

Web Application Security in a Digitally Connected World

Apps control our lives today. We pay our bills, do our shopping, communicate with our doctors, buy our groceries, order a taxi, and even order our lunch through ‘apps.’ If you can think of it, there is an app for it. And these apps live on our phones, our desktops, ... Read More
DDoS Attackers Call for DDoS Defenders

DDoS Attackers Call for DDoS Defenders

In late July we were approached by a government agency of a Latin American country who was suffering from an over-a-month long campaign of DDoS attacks they had so far failed to mitigate. Each of the attacks lasted for several hours at a time –sometimes multiple times a day – ... Read More
Cyber and Securities – Financial Institutions Attack Landscape

Cyber and Securities – Financial Institutions Attack Landscape

Recently Italian bank Unicredit suffered two security breaches. Data of 400,000 customers was stolen, including loan account numbers and Personally Identifiable Information (PII). There is a suspicion the breach had to do with interaction with a 3rd party. This incident is the latest reported in a long history of cyber-attacks ... Read More
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