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Author: Brendon Macaraeg

How Next-Gen WAF Empowers the DevOps Lifecycle

Signal Sciences next-gen WAF can send and receive data to and from a wide range of security and DevOps tools via our API and integrations with various infrastructure and security tooling. The layer 7 telemetry we gather from inspecting and…

Embracing the Human Element of Security

RSA Conference 2020’s theme “Human Element” is an apt one for Signal Sciences: from our inception, we have focused on empowering security teams to share production security data and KPIs so their developer and DevOps teammates have the layer 7…

Join Signal Sciences at AWS re:Invent 2019!

Signal Sciences returns as a Gold Sponsor for AWS re:Invent from Dec. 2-5 in Las Vegas where 65,000 attendees will converge and meet for the premier learning conference hosted by Amazon Web Services for the global cloud-computing community. Signal Sciences…

Security is a Shared Responsibility

One of the core tenets of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month this year is “Secure It.” But what is “it” exactly? “It” refers to the devices and the accounts you access on those devices. “It” also refers to the overall security…

Join Signal Sciences at Black Hat 2019!

Signal Sciences returns as a Gold Sponsor for the 22nd edition of Black Hat from August 7-8 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. Signal Sciences executives and application security specialists will be available to showcase and discuss…

Why Customers Choose Signal Sciences

We ask our customers early and often why they chose us as their next-gen WAF and RASP technology of choice. Here are ten main reasons we hear across the board, and you can read the full white paper to dive…

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