Protect against the most prevalent attacks on your apps, without having to update the apps themselves
Automated attacks and bots can overwhelm application resources.
Application-layer attacks can evade signature and reputation-based security solutions.
Attacks that steal application credentials or take advantage of compromised accounts.
New attack surfaces and threats due to the rapid adoption of APIs.
Bots that target browser-based and mobile clients.
Active attack campaigns are difficult to detect from singular attacks.
Today, enterprises are extending their businesses by using more web-based and cloud-hosted applications, so a robust and agile web application firewall (WAF) isn’t a luxury—it’s a requirement.
As these web- and cloud-based applications become more popular, attacks become increasingly sophisticated and frequent, threatening enterprise data. This makes it far more difficult for administrators and security teams to keep up to date on the latest attacks and protection measures.
EXPLORE F5 Advanced Web App Firewall
The threat landscape is dramatically different than it was just 5 years ago. A traditional web application firewall (WAF) was once a very effective solution for mitigating application layer attacks, but now has trouble keeping up with the advanced capabilities and agility of attackers.
As more and more services go online, hackers are using every tool at their disposal to gain access and exploit patient's personal data. Fortunately, world-class data security is only a few clicks away. Learn how Cegedim SA, a French company specializing in healthcare technology and services, turned to F5 for state-of-the-art WEB security, when company needed to secure its data
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Web application attacks are the #1 source of data breaches. A Web Application Firewall (WAF) provides critical security controls to protect web apps. However, not all WAF solutions are the same.
Want to know what AWAF to choose for your company’s best own safety?
Whether you need a WAF to comply with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) regulations or simply to protect your business-critical web applications from common attacks—such as SQL injection, DDoS attacks, and complex, multi-faceted zero-day attacks—choosing the right product can be complicated. Here’s a breakdown of some of the key factors you should consider when selecting a WAF to protect your business.