Apps enable the business to capture opportunities and customers, but attackers can disrupt strategic outcomes for financial gain. F5 can help.
Attackers target applications by exploiting vulnerabilities, abusing logic in order to gain access to sensitive data, and inflicting large-scale fraud that causes serious business disruption.
Security must protect strategic business outcomes.
Protect apps and APIs across architectures, clouds, and third-party integrations to reduce risk and speed digital transformation. Increase application development velocity to improve time to market and reduce friction. Protect critical assets with the highest real-world security efficacy.
Over 1.5 billion user credentials were exposed in 2020. Users can be partners or employees but are more often customers who have value in their accounts and loyalty to your brand. If the perceived value is high enough, motivated hackers will enter the adaptation stage of credential-based attacks to bypass your anti-automation defenses, leading to manual, human-driven fraud.
Protecting your apps against existing and emerging OWASP Top 10 threats requires a defense-in-depth app protection strategy. F5 provides protection against code-level vulnerabilities, like injection or XSS attacks, as well as software vulnerabilities found in components of nearly all software stacks.
Just as enterprises continue to adopt automation to gain process efficiencies, attackers have embraced automation – bots – leading to abuse, account takeovers, fraud, and damaged brands. F5 offers protection that adapts to attacker tactics, without friction, to ensure successful business outcomes.
It can be challenging to protect exposed APIs as keeping inventory of all APIs can be a daunting task and most API gateways lack adequate security controls. F5 offers a flexible solution that protects your APIs with the same robust security as your web and mobile apps.
Application protection and intelligent traffic routing can be automatically provisioned through the same tools and processes driving your CI/CD pipeline. This way, your DevOps teams can leverage existing development and deployment pipelines, without slowing innovation or increasing company risk.