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Yes, the Tide for Web Application Firewalls is Turning

Some time ago I decided to start a new blog, a place where I would be able to address the topics that are not ModSecurity specific. I felt the ModSecurity Blog has its purpose and a happy audience; I didn't want for it to lose the focus. Today I made my first proper post at this new blog:

There is a long-running tradition in the web application firewall space; every year we say: "This year is going to be the one when web application firewalls take off!" So far, every year turned out to be a bit of a disappointment in this respect. This year feels different, and I am not saying this because it's a tradition to do so. Recent months have seen a steady and significant rise in the interest in and the recognition of web application firewalls. But why is it taking so long?

To read more please continue to "Tide is turning for web application firewalls".


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