The idea behind In-App Security wasn't to alter the functionality of a WAF, but rather to move it to a more convenient location. In-App Security is immediately prepared for both cloud and agile development settings because the firewall is already embedded within the app. It's a lot easier and quicker to adapt to new apps and software than it is with traditional firewalls, which can slow down your network.
Furthermore, In-App Security does not reroute or proxy request traffic into your app like an external WAF would. This prevents the app from being unusable if the In-App Security service ever goes down.
In-App Security is based on a straightforward idea. WAF's features are transferred to the application layer, where they can be more effectively utilized, rather than being restricted to the network layer. Your development team's interactions with its firewalls will shift in response to these alterations, which boosts performance.
In-App Security is adaptable and lightweight. As the external conditions your app must deal with evolve, you can adapt it on the go. Developers on your team won't have to waste time with unnecessary setup or training before they can begin benefiting from the system's increased safety.
Buguardian automates real-time application protection and security testing for apps, a across multi-cloud and K8s environments. Whether you protect some of the legacy apps or brand new cloud-native apps, Buguardian multi-cloud platform provides key components to secure your business against emerging threats. Secure your exposed and internal apps against OWASP Top 10 and more. Protect modern applications on the web scale and meet security compliance. Identify apps that require protection and discover vulnerabilities. Identify and stop bad bots from performing malicious actions.
Every three years, the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) publishes the OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities List based on industry data and extensive independent research. This list contains the most common vulnerabilities and security flaws. The Top 10 list should be used by developers and organizations for reference, when developing or deploying web applications to avoid potential malicious attacks as much as possible.
Buguardian IAS will automatically check your web applications for hundreds of known vulnerabilities including the CVE – Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures and ofcourse, OWASP Top 10.
Buguardian IAS provides continuous website protection against the latest threats, uses powerful, cloud-based scanning technologies to audit your online applications. As new security problems arise, the rules are automatically updated and the security circle that Buguardian offers you is constantly expanding.
Sometimes, hackers and malicious people notice vulnerabilities in applications before developers. While the vulnerability is not yet closed, the attacker writes and executes code to exploit the vulnerability. This, detecting and attacking vulnerabilities before the developer, is called a zero day attack. The biggest danger of zero day attacks is that only the attackers themselves are aware of these attacks. After infiltrating a network, they can attack immediately, or they can wait for the best, most advantageous time to attack.
No patches or antivirus signatures are yet available for Zero Day Exploits. Vulnerability scanning sometimes helps, but it is not enough -organizations should take actions on the results of scans, scanning can never be a stand-alone solution. But that doesn't mean zero day attacks are unmanageable. Buguardian IAS is a technology that scans your network end-to-end, filters incoming traffic and blocks attacks. With Buguardian IAS, block zero-day attacks while identifying new threats using a crowdsourced security system.
Another very common web attack mentioned in the OWASP Top 10 is bot attacks. Bot is a piece of software that automates web requests for various purposes, they perform tasks without human activity. These tasks are divided into many subheadings, such as scanning a website’s content, testing for stolen information, customer support etc. As they are useful in such critical situations, it is inevitable that bots are not only useful but also can be dangerous for the application. A bot attack is the misuse of automated web requests for purposes such as fraud and end user manipulation.
So now, you can identify which web requests indicate bot attacks with the Buguardian IAS. After this process, activate the right defense against malicious requests. You can also access the records of all these events. With its Advanced Bot Protection feature, it provides you enlightening and useful insights about your bot traffic.
In increasingly uncertain environmental conditions, regulatory frameworks and data privacy protection sanctions imposed by regulatory authorities in various industries and business areas can lead to a resource-consuming and costly cycle in the web application development process. Blocking a site or application to enhance security is not enough to threats. Organizations should have full visibility into event details that their WAF's provide. Attack logs should include the critical information that is going to be analyzed.
Buguardian IAS creates detailed logs of activities such as events and incidents and provides customized reports on demand, reflecting all aspects of the real situation regarding legal compliances.
Buguardian IAS reports, which cover various aspects of data on web traffic and user behavior, provide you and your team with valuable insights for strategic planning regarding security and taking action in case of emergency.
Organizations must ensure application availability and continuity, even when under attack. Buguardian IAS helps you improve your performance with application optimization and acceleration technology such as fast caching, compression, SSL offload and TCP optimization. Buguardian IAS provides you with maximum efficiency, high performance, faster response times and cost efficiency by providing seamless and unlimited scalability with its cloud-based technology.