Runtime Application Self-Protection

Having a unified view of web defense across applications running on different stacks or even in different clouds is critical to driving your business forward securely. Runtime application self-protection (RASP) has emerged as an alternate way to secure applications when legacy WAFs failed to deliver application context, but they’re not all built the same.

We have a patented architecture that uses lightweight modules in the code, and agents running as a local process outside the code. With Signal Sciences you gain deep application context into any application without the performance hit.

Our RASP is designed to protect the modern web.

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Classic RASP

Compatible with web servers, languages, serverless, and more

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Provides transparent blocking details

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No

Covers more than OWASP injection attacks

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No

Doesn’t block legitimate customer traffic

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No

No JVM or library replacements required

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No

Adds almost no latency

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No tuning required

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No

Doesn’t conflict with APM tools

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No

Signal Sciences delivers more.

Focused on DevOps

  • Software installs and auto-scales without requiring complex code manipulation
  • Cross-team visibility into attack insights, metrics, performance help teams fix issues faster
  • Robust APIs are purpose-built for SOC teams to use with SIEM tools

Any platform, one UI

  • Installs anywhere with no platform limitations
  • Software deployed across different platforms rolls up data to one console
  • Unified security management across platforms delivers lowest total cost of ownership

Reliable, automated blocking

  • Immediate visibility provides confidence to run in blocking mode
  • Proprietary SmartParse detection requires no tuning or maintenance
  • Patented fail-open architecture keeps your site up and running—and fast

Coverage against all threats

  • Immediate blocking of common OWASP attacks
  • Meet your PCI 6.6 compliance requirements
  • With Power Rules, you can apply virtual patches, block account takeovers, bad bots, application denial of service, and more