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WAF

Abbr. for “wiring around frame.”
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Enterprises that focus their WAF efforts on compliance or protecting public-facing web applications, such as e-commerce and web retail, cannot afford to overlook equally important custom applications that interoperate end-to-end, said Peter Melerud, co-founder and EVP, Product Management, KEMP Technologies.
Nighat further said the reason younger women tend to avoid joining WAF could be that the Lahore chapter evoked fear.
Vendors must improve product offerings and surround web WAFs with technologies that add customer value, finds Frost & Sullivan's Network Security Team Web applications are vital technologies used by every online company to communicate with employees, partners, customers, and potential customers.
WAF has emerged as a suitable security solution and is available for different implementation requirements.
Commenting on the shortlist, WAF programme director, Paul Finch, said: "We are delighted with the diversity and exemplar quality of submissions this year.
Mark Vondemkamp, VP of Security and Silverline Technologies, F5 Networks, said, "With security needs outpacing the number of qualified WAF experts in the industry, many organisations find themselves under-protected.
Included with this layered approach, the WAF service detects and removes malicious web traffic.
Since 1996, WAF had undertaken comprehensive studies on a variety of topics with particular attention to the oft-neglected modernist era of 1945 to 1975.
Indusface's fully managed WAF, is industry's first SECaaS WAF with integrated application DDoS protection capabilities.
Italpinas was the only firm from the Philippines that was included in the line-up of speakers and judges at the WAF .
As one of the speakers at FAME's Design Talks series, MiAana will expound on his experience in the WAF 2014 that has helped bring Philippine architecture to an international platform.