Cyberoam offers Web Application Firewall subscription on its network security appliances (Next-Generation Firewalls/UTMs) to secure websites and Web-based applications in organizations against attacks such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), URL parameter tampering, session hijacking, buffer overflows, and more, including the OWASP Top 10 Web application vulnerabilities.
Cyberoam’s Web Application Firewall module follows the positive protection model based on its Intuitive Website Flow Detector that intelligently “self-learns” the legitimate behavior of Web applications. Based on the Intuitive Website Flow Detector, the Web Application Firewall ensures the sanctity of Web applications in response to server requests, protecting them against Web application manipulation attacks. The Cyberoam Web Application Firewall is deployed to intercept the traffic to and from the web servers to provide an added layer of security against attacks before they can reach the Web applications. It looks at every request and response within the HTTP/HTTPS/Web Service layers.
Cyberoam Technologies, a Sophos Company, is a global Network Security appliances provider, with a global presence spanning more than 125 countries. The company offers User Identity-based network security in its Next-Generation Firewalls/ Unified Threat Management appliances, allowing visibility and granular control into WHO is accessing WHAT in business networks. For SOHO, SMB and large enterprise networks, this ensures security built around the network user for protection against APTs, insider threats, malware, hacker, and other sophisticated network attacks.
Cyberoam has sales offices located in various locations at regions including North America, EMEA and APAC. It has its customer support and development centers in India and has 450+ employees across the globe. It has a channel-centric approach for its sales and has a global network of 4500+ partners. It offers periodic training programs to its customers and partners.
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