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Wallarm To Sponsor Google Cloud Next 2018

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Wallarm recently announced in a press release that it will sponsor Google Next July 24-26, 2018 in San Francisco, CA. Please, register for the conference using the code NEXTWAL for a special discount. While there, visit booth W2212 at the Moscone Center West during the show hours

Although a relatively new entrant in the application security space, Wallarm has already helped hundreds of SaaS and enterprise customers find and remove critical vulnerabilities in the applications and ensure the ongoing security of the application layer.

“Wallarm protects Google Cloud customers from modern threats relevant to distributed applications and APIs such as logic bombs, account takeovers, bruteforce and others security issues above and beyond OWASP Top 10. Using active threat verification, a sandbox-like detection approach, and Google Cloud performance it’s possible now to protect applications against advanced threats.” -Ivan Novikov, CEO of Wallarm

As a leading provider of AI-driven application security, Wallarm is helping customers implement application security for CI/CD environments. Wallarm solution includes high-performance signature-free WAF with the ability to verify the impact of malicious payloads in real time. This means SecOps and DevOps teams can now incorporate effective security into their development process by deploying a security solution which automatically adjusts security rules after every application release.

Google’s sentiments on potential security threats are: Detect it, Deny it, Destroy it, Deceive it. Wallarm shares the same ideology of continuous security and incorporates automated best practices into both the initial application security testing and subsequent analysis, protection and verification based on statistical analysis of the live application traffic and detecting abnormalities in real time.

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