ff-report-thumbnailApplications are complex and unwieldy. Securing them? Even harder.

In this independent industry report, Aberdeen Group analyst Derek Brink explains how newfound application threat intelligence through RASP (Runtime Application Self-Protection) should be part of a modern security strategy. 

"Rather than trying [to manage] what might be (vulnerabilities and threats) ... give first priority to managing what actually is (active attacks). 

If RASP is not yet on your organization's radar for application security, [it's] an emerging option that you should actively evaluate and consider." 

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Derek E. Brink
CISSP, VP & Research Fellow, IT Security and IT GRC

According to Derek, RASP helps differentiate potential threats from actual active attacks, and this kind of knowledge is power when it comes to managing risk.

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