42Crunch approach vs. Traditional WAF approach: using positive security by default

When talking to prospects or presenting our solution at conferences, we inevitably get asked the same question: what’s the difference between your solution and a Web Application Firewall (WAF)? The core difference is that we know what we are protecting, WAFs don’t. WAFs were built to protect web applications and there is no standard way …


Deploying DevSecOps for APIs: a tale of shifting left…

DevSecOps is a hot topic at the moment, and particularly relevant when dealing with API development. APIs are growing at an exponential rate: not only¬† are they the backbone of any application, but microservices architecture imply exposing internal APIs for every microservice or group of microservices. The average number of APIs to protect within an …