Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) by Virtualization

rsaWaratek’s Secure Java Containers revolutionize Java Security providing fast, accurate protection in the runtime environment for both new and legacy Java Applications.

Below are a few resources to help you learn more about Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) and how it can provide accurate security for your applications.

Traditional Approach

  •  Defends Against Attacks in Business Logic

fav-icoWaratek Approach

  • Defends Against Attacks in Business Logic
  • Defends Against Attacks in Full Software Stack
  • Protects Vulnerable Legacy Java Applications
  • Zero False Positives
  • Does Not Slow App Performance
  • No Application Code Changes or Tuning Required
  • No Additional Servers, Sensors or Other Hardware Devices Required
  • Provides Detailed Application Level Forensic Data

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Datasheets

Executive Overview

Technical Overview

Management Console

Improving AppSec and Maximising ROI

Reduce Variable Costs

Reduce Variable Costs

FPG

No False Positive Guarantee

NSLR

Name Space Layout Randomization (NSLR)

Discussion Papers

Changing Economics of AppSec

Deserialization Vulnerability

Deserialization Vulnerability

RASP Performance

Test Cases

Legacy Java and PCI Compliance

Legacy Java and Virtual Patching

Security Whitepapers

Introduction to Runtime Protection

Independent Reviews

BCC Risk Advisory, Security Assessment

Between September and November 2014 BCC Risk Advisory (www.bccriskadvisory.com) performed a security assessment of Waratek AppSecurity for Java, which is designed to prevent SQL Injection attacks on legacy applications built on insecure code due to weak secure coding practices.

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 “Waratek is the only vendor that can boast of a large-scale production deployment with a Tier 1 global investment bank, the most significant deployment of RASP that exists for Java technology today.”

JavaWorld, 20 October 2016

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