A buyer’s guide to 10 top web application security solutions
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A buyer’s guide to 10 top web application security solutions

The threat landscape for web application security is constantly changing and attackers are becoming more sophisticated with every threat they deploy. Vulnerabilities in web applications are now the biggest vector of enterprise security and these attacks can easily evade your usual security measures and compromise valuable data.

So how do you make sure you use the right solution for your business?

IT Central Station has collated the opinions of real tech users to produce this new, independent report that rates the top 10 web application security solutions based on product reviews, ratings, and comparisons.

 

Rating the top web application security vendors

IT Central Station outlined 33 solution providers in their vendor directory but selected 10 enterprise level web application security solutions to include in this buyer’s guide. Those vendors are Imperva Incapsula, Checkmarx, F5 BIG-IP, Cloudflare, Fortinet FortiWeb, Wallarm, Sucuri, Imperva SecureSphere Web Application Firewall, Cloudbric, and SiteLock.

Each solution included in the report is accompanied by a sample of its customers and top competitors. All the reviews are from real, authenticated users, and posted in the 24 months prior to publication. The reviews cover four key topic areas - the most valuable features of the solution, the improvements it made to the users’ organization, how the solution could be improved upon, and where relevant, its pricing, set up cost and licensing fee.

 

Based on tens of thousands of comparisons and dozens of bespoke reviews this report offers unbiased feedback on the most widely used web application security solutions in the marketplace today.

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