Ensuring your IT infrastructure is protected from cyberattacks is critical for businesses today. Much like a firewall in real life protects parts of a building from a spreading fire, an IT firewall protects computer systems from the dangers posed by an internet connection. A firewall is essentially a component located between a computer or a network of computers and the internet. The specific purpose of a firewall is to prevent unauthorized access to the computer systems it is configured to protect. Firewalls take the form of software, hardware or a combination of both and are not limited to use by large companies. Anyone who owns a computer (including home users) that is connected to the internet for even short periods of time should have a firewall configured.
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Complete server protection, monitoring, and workload micro-segmentation for private cloud and physical on-premises data center environments.Continuous security monitoring of private cloud and physical on-premises data center environments.
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So, what’s a web application firewall (WAF)?
A WAF filters, monitors, and blocks HTTP/S traffic to and from a web application to protect against malicious attempts to compromise the system or exfiltrate data. By inspecting HTTP/S traffic, a WAF can prevent web application attacks such as:
- Cross-site scripting (XSS)
- SQL injection
- Cookie poisoning
- Invalid input
- Layer 7 DoS
- Brute force and credential stuffing
- Web scraping
WAFs can come in the form of an appliance, software, or as-a-service, and contain policies (set of rules) customized to an application or set of applications. This customization needs to be maintained as the application is modified.
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