Security | Web

Guide to Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP)

Before RASP entered the security market, the industry’s offerings provided protections on the network layer and on the host, but lacked active protection at the application layer. With the exception of a WAF, there were no production environment protections to provide controls at runtime. And with 30+ technologies and growing, the application security space isn’t trivial, nor is it well defined.

This guide aims to identify the various pieces of application security within an end-to-end ecosystem as well as provide a deeper dive into the newest innovation that focuses on securing applications: runtime application self-protection (RASP)

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