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API Security Need to Know: Lessons Learned From the Peloton Security Incident

API Security Need to Know: Lessons Learned From the Peloton Security Incident

By now most have heard about the Peloton data breach incident and no doubt the security team at Peloton is working long, hard hours to pull themselves out of this horrible situation ...
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Blocking Bots: Why We Need Advanced WAF?

With everyone living online these days, web traffic to the online channels is on the upsurge. However, if you delve into the traffic, you’ll see that most of the traffic. The post ...
Mobile Application Security

Mobile Application Security – Avoid a Root Canal Procedure

Read Time 2 minutes Mobile applications are now the lifeblood of your business. You rely on them to engage and serve your customers. But are your mobile The post Mobile Application Security ...

API Security Need to Know: Excessive Data Exposure

In today’s online world, privacy is more than concealing what you’re up to. Privacy begins with an expectation, that is maintained in an ongoing manner. When you use an application that sets ...
The Need for Deterministic Security

Defining Application Security

If you're new to Application Security, you may be confused by the different terminology and where exactly Application Security fits relative to all the different phases of application development and during runtime ...
How WAFs Can Mitigate The OWASP Top 10

How WAFs Can Mitigate The OWASP Top 10

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These are the technical capabilities security professionals should consider when evaluating WAFs to protect against the OWASP Top 10. The post How WAFs Can Mitigate The OWASP Top 10 appeared first on ...
7 Capabilities Every Web Application Firewall Should Provide

7 Capabilities Every Web Application Firewall Should Provide

Here are 7 characteristics to look for when evaluating a WAF. The post 7 Capabilities Every Web Application Firewall Should Provide appeared first on Radware Blog ...
Satisfaction With WAFs at Only 40 Percent

Satisfaction With WAFs at Only 40 Percent

A Ponemon study released in 2019 showed that satisfaction with WAFs (Web Application Firewalls) is at 40 percent, and effectiveness of WAFs rated at only 43 percent. The post Satisfaction With WAFs ...
2020’s Record Numbers of Vulnerabilities

2020’s Record Numbers of Vulnerabilities

The final numbers for reported vulnerabilities in 2020 are published.  We covered the news when the number of vulnerabilities recorded hit a record for the fourth year in a row.  The US-CERT ...
35% of External Attacks Occur Through a Web Application

35% of External Attacks Occur Through a Web Application

Back in June of 2020 we wrote about Forrester's new 2020 State of Application Security report.  Back then we focused on the finding that application vulnerabilities were the weakest link in application ...