Enterprise-Grade Web Application Firewall (WAF)
Incapsula’s cloud-based WAF ensures that your website or application is always protected against any type of application layer hacking attempt. Based on Imperva’s industry-leading WAF technology and experience, Incapsula’s WAF defends against OWASP Top 10 threats including: SQL injection, cross-site scripting, illegal resource access, and remote file inclusion. Security experts behind Incapsula’s service ensure optimum protection against newly discovered vulnerabilities to prevent disruption to your application and improve website performance.
Using advanced client classification technology, crowdsourcing and reputation-based techniques, Incapsula distinguishes between “good” and “bad” bot traffic. This lets you block scrapers, vulnerability scanners and comment spammers that overload your servers and steal your content, while allowing search engines and other legitimate services to freely access your website.
Implement strong authentication on any website or application without integration, coding or software changes. Single-click activation lets you protect administrative access, secure remote access to corporate web applications, and restrict access to particular webpages. Manage and control multiple logins across several websites in a centralized manner.
With Incapsula, you can take full control over who and what can access your site. Our service provides granular filters and controls to prevent access from unwanted visitors (e.g., countries, specific bots, URLs, IPs), while enabling uninterrupted access to legitimate visitors (customers, leading search engines, etc.). IP address shielding hides your web server’s IP address, preventing access to it via SSH, FTP, Telnet and other methods.
Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) exploit the key weaknesses of today’s common IT infrastructures in order to steal intellectual property and sabotage business-critical production environments. As more companies conduct their core business operations in the cloud, APTs have begun to target websites and web applications as a “soft spot” in the security architecture.