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By: Ounce Labs, an IBM Company     Published Date: Jan 26, 2010
A range of application security tools was developed to support the efforts to secure the enterprise from the threat posed by insecure applications. But in the ever-changing landscape of application security, how does an organization choose the right set of tools to mitigate the risks their applications pose to their environment? Equally important, how, when, and by whom are these tools used most effectively?
Tags : owasp, ounce wagner, csrf, xss, cross-site scripting, sql, security management strategy, source code analysis, web application firewalls, web application scanner, policy based management, security management, vulnerability management
     Ounce Labs, an IBM Company
By: AWS     Published Date: Oct 07, 2019
DigiCert implemented Imperva to protect their hybrid environment. They were already using Impervaís WAF on-premises to defend against Layer 7 attacks, known threats, and zero-day attacks to rapidly identify the threats that required investigation. By expanding their usage of Imperva, DigiCert was able to extend protection to AWS and maintain their security posture both during and after migration. Impervaís sophisticated threat detection technology draws upon vast experience in the WAF market. As traffic passes through their network, advanced client classification technology (together with crowdsourcing and IP reputation data) automatically analyzes it to identify and block web application attacks. These include SQL injection, cross-site scripting, illegal resource access, comment spam, site scraping, malicious bots, and other top threats. Granular filters and controls reduce false positives and prevent access from unwanted visitors, while IP address shielding hides the web serverís IP
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     AWS
By: Akamai Technologies     Published Date: Sep 27, 2016
Akamaiís Threat Research team analyzed a week of cross-site scripting (xss) alert triggers to gain clarity on the nature of xss attacks. Read this case study to learn which vectors are vulnerable and specific techniques that were employed during remote resource injection exploitation attempts versus simple probing requests.
Tags : akamai, xss, xxs exploration, threat research, analytics, security, cybersecurity, networking, knowledge management, enterprise applications
     Akamai Technologies
By: HP - Enterprise     Published Date: Sep 16, 2013
This paper touches upon the following topics: -Critical vulnerabilities are on the decline, but still pose a significant threat -Mature technologies introduce continued risk -Mobile platforms represent a major growth area for vulnerabilities -Web applications remain a substantial source of vulnerabilities -Cross-site scripting remains a major threat to organizations and users -Effective mitigation for cross-frame scripting remains noticeably absent
Tags : internet security, intrusion detection, intrusion detection/ forensics, intrusion prevention, mobile security, network security appliance, security, security policies, technology security, web service security, vulnerability management, networking, application security, phishing, security management, security monitoring, security solutions, network security
     HP - Enterprise
By: AlienVault     Published Date: Oct 21, 2014
Two of the oldest and most common attacks used against web applications, SQL injection attacks and cross-site scripting attacks (XSS), continue to impact thousands of websites and millions of users each year. Finding these exposures quickly is essential in order to prevent system compromise and avoid information leakage. SIEM solutions can be invaluable in this effort by collecting and correlating the data you need to identify patterns that signal an attack.
Tags : alienvault, sql injection, web security, cyber attacks, siem solutions, xss, cross site scripting attacks, siem, threat protection
     AlienVault
By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 19, 2014
As the use of mobile devices exponentially expands, so too does security threats to the increasing number of mobile applications that companies rely on. As a result, companies struggle to keep pace with mobile application security and face the risk of embarrassing and costly data breaches. In this technical session, youíll learn how Worklight Application Scanning helps you deliver applications that arenít susceptible to the most common types of malware, including SQL Injection and Cross-Site Scripting. In addition, youíll learn how this powerful tool helps address the OWASP Top 10 Mobile Risks for 2014.
Tags : application screening, user feedback, mobile app development, cloud-based services, it management, knowledge management, enterprise applications, data management
     IBM
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