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Application Security


Application Protection

Application Security

Application security entails the implementation of measures and protocols to protect applications from vulnerabilities, unauthorized access, and cyber threats. This includes practices such as code reviews, penetration testing, and the use of secure coding standards to identify and mitigate potential risks. Regular updates, patches, and adherence to security best practices contribute to maintaining the integrity and resilience of applications against evolving security challenges.

Application Acceleration

Application acceleration in cybersecurity enhances web application performance and loading speeds, ensuring secure data transmission through mitigating risks like data breaches, while maintaining efficient user access.

Application Delivery Controller Vs. Load Balancer

ADCs manage traffic for complex applications, providing additional features like SSL offloading and security, while load balancers distribute network or application traffic across several servers to optimize resource use.

Application Manager

A tool or software that controls and manages the deployment and operation of applications, ensuring they are available and perform optimally.

AWS Firewalls

Security walls within Amazon Web Services that protect web applications from unwanted traffic or cyber-attacks by defining customizable web traffic rules.


Global Server Load Balancing (GSLB)

A method that distributes user requests across multiple, geographically distributed data centers, ensuring high availability and reliability of applications.

Link Load Balancing (LLB)

A technique that distributes network traffic across multiple internet connections in parallel, enhancing internet performance and reliability.

Server Load Balancing (SLB)

A method that distributes workloads across multiple computing resources, such as servers, to optimize resource use, minimize response time, and enhance application reliability and availability.

Application Control

A security practice that restricts unauthorized applications from executing in networks, enhancing cybersecurity by preventing potentially malicious software execution.

Application Firewall

A security system protecting web applications by monitoring and controlling the data traffic between a web application and the internet or intranet.

Application Protection

Strategies and solutions aimed at safeguarding applications from external and internal threats, ensuring data integrity and application functionality.


A computed value that is dependent upon the contents of a packet, used to detect errors in transmitted messages and validate data integrity.

IPv4 Vs. IPv6

IPv4 uses 32-bit addresses, limiting it to approximately 4.3 billion addresses, while IPv6 uses 128-bit addresses, providing a vastly larger address space and improved routing capabilities.


Records generated by software or devices, providing a trail of events and transactions that can be analyzed for various purposes, including security monitoring.


The Open Web Application Security Project, a nonprofit foundation working to improve software security through community-led open-source software projects.

Web Application and API Protection (WAAP)

A security solution that protects web applications and APIs from cyber threats by monitoring, filtering, and blocking malicious traffic and attacks.

Application Delivery Controller (ADC)

A network device that manages client connections to complex web and enterprise applications, ensuring efficient resource use and maintaining performance.

Application Layer Gateway

A security component that manages specific application-layer protocols, such as FTP and HTTP, by filtering traffic and optionally modifying data payloads.

Application Security

The practice of protecting applications from threats and vulnerabilities through security features, protocols, and policies.

Critical Capabilities for Application Delivery Controllers

Essential features for ADCs, such as load balancing, SSL offloading, and security capabilities, ensuring optimal application delivery and protection.

Load Balancing

The practice of distributing network or application traffic across several servers to optimize resource use, maximize throughput, minimize response time, and avoid overload.

Multi-site Applications

Applications that are designed to be deployed and operated in multiple geographical locations, often to provide redundancy and improve user experience.

Web Application Firewall (WAF)

A specific form of firewall that focuses on protecting web applications by filtering and monitoring HTTP & HTTPS traffic between a web application and the internet.

WAF Vs. Firewall

While both provide security, a Web Application Firewall (WAF) specifically protects web applications by filtering and monitoring HTTP & HTTPS traffic, whereas a traditional firewall controls the traffic based on predetermined security rules.


Breach Prevention

Breach Prevention

Cloud Protection

Cloud Security

Edge Protection

Network Security

Security Management

Security Operations


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