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  • How to deploy a Web application firewall (WAF)

    Expert Michael Cobb reviews the steps involved when implementing a Web application firewall.

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  • Understanding your Web application firewall (WAF) product options

    Michael Cobb lays out your Web application firewall choices.

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  • Comparing Web application firewall (WAF) security features

    Michael Cobb compares the security features of Web application firewalls, including Web page and protocol inspection, whitelisting and blacklisting.

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  • Stop app attacks with a Web application firewall

    App attacks are multiplying. But before you buy a Web application firewall, learn about WAF technology and how it protects your apps.

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  • Web application firewall (WAF)

    A Web application firewall (WAF) is a firewall that monitors, filters or blocks the HTTP traffic to and from a Web application.

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  • Which questions do you ask before buying a WAF?

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  • Four questions to ask before buying a Web application firewall

    Web application firewalls are complex products. Expert Brad Causey explains the key criteria enterprises need to consider before investing in a WAF product.

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  • Qualys introduces new Web application firewall, cloud agent at RSA 2015

    Qualys introduced three new offerings at RSA Conference 2015, including an improved Web application firewall and a new cloud agent platform.

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  • Verizon unveils cloud-based WAF

    Verizon bolstered its cloud security presence with a new web application firewall. The cloud-based WAF puts the telecom giant in the growing cloud firewall market with Akamai, Imperva and others.

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  • Application security expertise a plus when offering WAF services

    Web application firewalls (WAF) are fast becoming a way of life for customers interested in creating effective data protection programs. Security solution providers who specialize in application security are in a good position to help customers with WAFs and WAF services.

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