Recognized for its product, innovation, market and global leadership
MAHWAH, N.J., Aug. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cybersecurity and application delivery solutions, announced that it has been named a Product, Innovation, Market and Overall Leader in the 2022 edition KuppingerCole’s Leadership Compass report for web application firewalls (WAF).
Richard Hill, KuppingerCole’s report analyst, wrote, “Radware can be considered highly innovative, a leader in each category of this Leadership Compass, and should be considered in an organization’s WAF assessment.
The report also awarded Radware WAF positive and positive evaluations of the solution in the areas of security, functionality, deployment, interoperability and usability. The report includes an assessment of 11 security vendors.
Hill’s report notes:
“All of Radware’s solutions come with advanced management and automation, as well as an actionable reporting and analytics engine. It provides a combination of negative and positive security models, behavioral analytics, and intent-based analytics to provide zero-day protection for applications.
“Among Radware’s suite of services, it shows particular strength in providing a wide range of capabilities to protect against Layer 3, 4, and 7 DoS/DDoS attacks, as well as providing low latency, bandwidth High DDoS and a good transfer rate.”
“Radware is strong robot management capabilities include some innovative features, such as the use of a proprietary semi-supervised ML algorithm that helps identify the intent behind each request. Also, Radware has recently introduced an interesting and innovative solution mitigation scheme based on the crypto bot challenge.”
“Radware’s high rankings in the KuppingerCole report underscores our leadership in application security and our continued commitment to innovation,” said Sharon Trachtman, Chief Marketing Officer, Radware. “This is further confirmation that Radware provides cutting-edge, frictionless application protection against advanced and emerging cyber threats.”
The KuppingerCole Leadership Compass 2022 for WAF report examines the WAF market segment, vendor services features, relative market share and innovative approaches to deliver WAF solutions. A free copy of the report is available here.
Recently, Radware was also named a technology leader in Quadrant Knowledge Solutions’ 2021 ranking. Spark Matrix Analysis of the global WAF market. Radware’s WAF solution protects users against web applications and OWASP top 10 attacks, access violations, attacks disguised behind CDNs, API manipulations, advanced HTTP attacks, brute force attacks and other threats.
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