Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Protect Your Enterprise Network From Cyber Attack with Strong Web Application Firewall

Cyber Criminals are keep targeting Enterprise networks that leads to face massive data breaches and it is regularly hitting around the world through various attack vectors. in this case Web Application Firewall is plying major role to protect the enterprise networks.

Web application attacks expanding day by day, Attacker always wants to exploit flaws in your applications so website administrator best way to detect attackers footprints in websites Web Application Firewall.

web Application Firewall is extremely necessary prevention method prevent web application attacks such as Invalid input, Brute force and credential stuffing.

Web application attacks such as SQL injection could lead to the loss of customer trust and attackers can steal phone numbers, addresses, and credit card details.

Placing a web-application firewall can filter out the malicious SQL queries in the traffic and other dangerous web application threats.

It Protects against malicious attempts to compromise the system or exfiltrate data using various techniques such as for-blocks HTTP/S traffic, monitors, WAF filters.

Especially cloud-based web application firewall (WAF) such Incapsula WAF Protect against more sophisticated OWASP top 10 and even zero-day threats and application layer attacks. Also Read: Top 5 Most Common Web Application Attacks That Affecting Websites

Web Application Firewall Working Function

WAF working as a gateway for all the coming traffic of the website and filter the malicious traffic and web-based attacks such as SQL injections and XSS, CSRF etc.

Strong web-application firewall such as Incapsula CDN identifying the malicious threats using several layers of security policies. Also, WAF Its is a PCI certified which provides an essential requirement for any service that processes credit card data.

Instant web-server hardening using WAF

It protects any web server environment IIS, Apache, WebSphere and more than 10 thousand misconfiguration vulnerabilities and 3rd party software vulnerabilities.

WAF protects from cyber criminals who always manipulate the web environment and prevention from unauthorized data access and compromised the webservers.

Secures encrypted (SSL) connections reduces the latency of SSL traffic with its SSL offloading capabilities. Protect website from future attacks Also Check your Companies DDOS Attack Downtime Cost.

Customs Rules & Friction

Incapsula WAF Provides an easy-to-utilize GUI gives you a chance to design rules as per your particular security needs in light of signs, for example, IP reputation, URL slug, customer write, number of solicitations and geo-information.

Incapsula protects from all application security threats, including SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS) and remote file inclusion (RFI).

Other danger moderation arrangements can prompt administration unsettling influences for honest to legitimate clients, similar to the utilization of CAPTCHA prompts.

Incapsula gives you a chance to work in blocking mode while basically wiping out false positives.

Web Protection From DDOS Attacks

Incapsula global network holds over 5TPBS (Terabits per second) of on-demand scrubbing capacity and can process 30 billion attack packets per second.

Incapsula network has successfully defended clients against some of the largest attacks on record. Enterprise Networks should choose the best DDoS Attack prevention services to ensure DDoS attack protection and prevent their network.

An organization should always ensure and focus on the maximum Protection level for enterprise networks and you can try a free trial to Stop DDoS Attack in 10 Seconds.

Reverse proxy for incoming HTTP/HTTPS traffic

Approaching Web application demands from the Web client end at the WAF and substantial solicitations are submitted to the back-end Web server, concealing the presence and attributes of starting servers.

It Provides an added level of security by virtualizing the application infrastructure and prevent it from the malicious threats by applying the filters.

A reverse proxy server is a kind of intermediary server that commonly sits behind the firewall in a private system and guides customer solicitations to the proper backend server.

Reverse Proxy Helps for smooth network traffic for the web client and stop the malicious traffic from client side requests.

Also Read: Web Application-Firewall Detection using Kali Linux- WAFW00F


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