Web application firewalls (WAF) are a powerful tool for protecting your organization's web applications from a variety of attacks, including cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection, denial of service (DoS), zero-day attacks, malware infections, and data leakage.
Web application firewalls (WAF) work by inspecting all HTTP traffic to your web applications and blocking malicious requests. They use a variety of techniques to identify malicious requests, including signature-based detection, behavior-based detection, and custom rules.
In addition to blocking malicious requests, web application firewalls (WAF) also offer a variety of other features to help protect your web applications, including data loss prevention (DLP), application security testing, and reporting and analytics.
Web application firewalls (WAF) are available in a variety of deployment options, including on-premises, cloud-based, and hybrid. This makes it easy to find the right solution for your needs.