Cyber Security Solutions
Our team understands how paramount is securing your business from unnecessary malware, threat, data leakage and other associated problems that can get you in trouble. Hence we have come up with innovative and full proof services at your ease. Our Cyber Security Services span from information technology, manufacturing systems, and corporate systems to data-related products, to help you transcend your digital business with the highest security possible.
Web Application Firewalls
WAFs are designed to protect web applications/servers from web-based attacks that IPSs cannot prevent. Where IPSs interrogate traffic against signatures and anomalies, WAFs interrogate the behavior and logic of what is requested and returned. WAFs protect against web application threats like SQL injection, cross-site scripting, session hijacking, parameter or URL tampering and buffer overflows. They do so in the same manner an IPS does, by analyzing the contents of each incoming and outgoing packet. WAFs are typically deployed in some sort of proxy fashion just in front of the web applications, so they do not see all traffic on our networks. By monitoring the traffic before it reaches the web application, WAFs can analyze requests before passing them on. This is what gives them such an advantage over IPSs. Because IPSs are designed to interrogate all network traffic, they cannot analyze the application layer as thoroughly. WAFs not only detect attacks that are known to occur in web application environments, they also detect (and can prevent) new unknown types of attacks. By watching for unusual or unexpected patterns in the traffic they can alert and/or defend against unknown attacks. For example- if a WAF detects that the application is returning much more data than it is expected to, the WAF can block it and alert someone.
The evolution of Web 2.0 is causing a explosion of Web 2.0 threats. Malware protection is no longer an option, it’s a necessity
- 90% of new malware is designed to infect users through the Web
- Up to 85% of all Web-based infections occur through legitimate websites
- Six in 10 malicious URLs pass undetected through most Web security solutions