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Website protection is becoming one of the most concerning problems facing any company today, due to the existence of online applications such as websites being publicly available, they can be easily targeted from anywhere in the world at any time.

In 2019, the proportion of data leaks due to a lack of application protection increased by 52%, and the trend is continuing. Web and mobile apps are particularly susceptible to cyber-attacks. APIs, or application programming interfaces, are also included. DDoS attacks on web applications or APIs can cripple business processes and render a company or authority fully inactive. Web-based application infrastructures are protected from cyberattacks using modern application security technologies and tools.

More than 100 web applications and smartphone apps are actively used by large organizations. Web-based applications, on the other hand, are becoming increasingly relevant in small and medium-sized businesses. This emphasizes the importance of application security programs that secure web-based application systems from cyberattacks.

Whoever ignores application security runs the risk of losing a lot of money.

Cybercriminals use a variety of techniques to purposefully manipulate flaws in web application software. Such attacks are undetectable by traditional IT security mechanisms such as network firewalls and intrusion prevention systems. Only some TCP or UDP ports can be blocked or enabled by simple network firewalls. Application-level attacks using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP/HTTPS) aren't detected, so they can't be blocked ahead of time. Furthermore, even next-generation firewalls aren't enough. Since they don't normally function as reverse proxies, they won't be able to detect and avoid all application-specific attacks. They are unable to decrypt encrypted data packets and identify and block possible threats. Application security testing detects flaws in a web application's security.

Web Application Firewalls (WAFs) are used to secure web applications.

IT systems in businesses and government agencies are protected by a Web Application Firewall (WAF) for application protection. It's a crucial device security function. The WAF inspects all incoming requests and replies to and from the web server, analyzing data exchange between clients and web servers. Access through the WAF is denied if those contents are classified as suspicious by the WAF. A WAF, in particular, protects against injection attacks (SQL-Injections), Cross Site Scripting (XSS), Session Hijacking, and other web attacks.

When used in conjunction with a network firewall, a WAF greatly improves the company's application protection. When it comes to the specifications of a new and resilient IT infrastructure, this ensures you're up to date with the current application security standards. The web application firewall effectively defends the corporate network against widespread attacks such as zero-day vulnerabilities, SQL injections, cross-site scripting, and distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks at the application level, thanks to decades of growth and practical experience. Big, small, and medium-sized businesses will benefit from using WAF as an application security program.

Our application protection tools have a number of advantages.


Application protection in businesses and government agencies can be improved.


Ensure that staff, partners, and consumers collaborate in a safe manner.


Enterprise applications from leading providers such as SAP® and Oracle® are covered.


Security holes are closed and the attack surface is reduced.

Cyber Attacks

Before the entire IT system is paralyzed, respond to cyberattacks and threats.