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For Global Enterprises

When 12,000 security professionals were asked to name the number one security threat for their organization, 69% said application-layer vulnerabilities* — yet less than 10% ensure that all their business-critical applications are reviewed for security before and during production.

Clearly, global organizations need a better way to scale their programs so they can better protect their entire application infrastructure in a cost-effective manner — without hiring more consultants or installing more servers and tools.

We're the most widely used cloud-based platform for securing web, mobile, legacy and third-party applications.

Fact is, more than 500 organizations trust our simpler and more scalable approach to secure their application infrastructure — including three of the top four banks in the Fortune 100. We’ve analyzed tens of thousands of applications for threats and we've been a Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader since 2010.

Using our smart, cloud-based and programmatic approach to application-layer security, you can drive your innovations to market faster — without hiring more consultants or installing more servers and tools — and without sacrificing security in the process.

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Why is the application layer the leading vector for cyber-attacks?

Now that most enterprises are proficient at hardening traditional perimeters with next-generation firewalls, IDS/IPS systems and end-point security solutions, cyber-attackers have turned their attention to web-facing applications.  These are particularly vulnerable because they are:

  • Constantly exposed to the Internet, which makes them easy to probe by attackers anywhere in the world.

  • Replete with common vulnerabilities such as SQL injection that can easily be found via freely-available scanning tools.

  • Continuously changing, with short development cycles driven by new methodologies such as agile and continuous deployment.

  • Assembled as hybrid code from a combination of in-house development, outsourced code, third-party libraries and open source components — without visibility into which components contain critical vulnerabilities.

  • Even more vulnerable with Web 2.0 technologies that increase the attack surface by incorporating client-side logic using complex JavaScript or RIA technologies such as Adobe Flash.

* Source: 2013 Global Information Security Workforce Study from Booz Allen Hamilton.
Source: SANS.