The Ponemon Institute recently surveyed 595 organizations and discovered that 65% experienced successful application-layer attacks that bypassed their existing web application firewall (WAF).
This new research, sponsored by Cequence Security, reveals a concerning trend – WAFs are failing to provide effective protection against application-layer attacks.
Join the Ponemon Institute and Cequence Security as we present the details of these new findings and learn more about the current state of WAFs in 2019, including:
●Why the majority of IT security pros are dissatisfied with their WAF
●The security and resource costs of traditional WAFs
●What features leading IT security pros desire in a WAF
●Best-practice guidance on addressing application security with WAFs
Dr. Larry Ponemon
Dr. Ponemon is the Chairman and Founder of the Ponemon Institute, a research “think tank” dedicated to advancing privacy, data protection, and information security practices. Dr. Ponemon is considered a pioneer in privacy auditing and the Responsible Information Management (RIM) framework. Security Magazine named him one of the “Most Influential People for Security.”
Prior to joining Cequence, Franklyn held CMO positions at Bromium, Spikes Security, and Cyphort (acquired by Juniper Networks). Franklyn was also with Palo Alto Networks for 5 years starting in 2007, helping the company create a leadership position in the next-gen firewall market. Prior to that, he held senior marketing positions with Blue Coat, 3Com, and ShoreTel. Franklyn graduated Cum Laude with a BA in Communications from Michigan Tech University.
Join us for this exciting webinar that presents the findings from an in-depth survey by Osterman Research on the current practices that large organizations use to detect and remediate bot attacks and their effects on their organizations.
What you'll learn from this webinar:
1) An understanding of the current state of bot attack management
2) How satisfied respondents are with current bot management technologies and practices
3) Areas within their current security practices that need improvement to cope with bot attacks
4) Guidance on the best practices to address bot management and their effects on your organization and your customers
Shreyans Mehta, co-founder and CTO. Franklyn Jones, CMO
Did you know bad bots now account for nearly 1/3 of all Internet traffic? Well yes, they do! And they pose the greatest threat to organizations that use web, mobile, and API application services to support business processes.
Malicious, automated bots now account for nearly 1/3 of all Internet traffic.
They’re targeting your web, mobile, and API application services for their financial gain. Traditional security tools have proven to be ineffective. Here’s a quick introduction to the problem and the game changing bot defense platform from Cequence Security.
Discover apps, detect attacks, and defend your business from bad bots.
Cequence Security, based in Sunnyvale, CA, is a venture-backed startup focused on delivering highly automated, application security software solutions for today’s hyper-connected organizations. Cequence is committed to developing solutions that will not only significantly strengthen the security postures of its customers, but will also deliver the automation needed to improve the productivity and efficiency of its IT staff. The Cequence Security leadership team previously contributed to the growth and success of Palo Alto Networks and Symantec.