Applications, in particular Web Applications, have become a top target for threat actors. Organizations have long relied on Web App Firewalls (WAFs) to protect themselves from common threats such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting, and remote file inclusion. In an increasing number of cases, however, protecting against attacks at the server side with a WAF does not protect against client-side threats. More recently, organizations are augmenting the protections WAFs provide by building protections directly into their client-side web applications.
Download this eBook to learn how organizations:
- Protect client-side web apps from Man-in-the-browser attacks
- Obfuscate client-side code to protect API URLs, keys, tokens, and other secrets
- Protect against Magecart/formjacking attacks