The 7 myths about protecting your web applications
by Eric Battistoni - VP Marketing and Strategy at Bee-Ware - Tuesday, 14 March 2006.
Web applications are currently proving to be one of the most powerful communication and business tool. But they also come with weaknesses and potential risks that network security devices are simply not designed to protect.

Key security concepts such as Security Monitoring, Attack Prevention, User Access control and Application Hardening, remain true. Since the web application domain is so wide and different, these concepts need to be implemented with new “application oriented” technologies.

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