Access "Hot Pick: Sentryware's HIVE 3.0"
This article is part of the April 2005 issue of Spotlight on the incident response hot seat
HIVE 3.0 Sentryware Price: Starts at $16,500 HIVE 3.0 Web hacks are a fact of life. There's no way to guarantee Web application security, given the increasing sophistication of intrusions and the continued use of inherently insecure programming languages, such as C and C++. Sentryware's HIVE 3.0 stands alone with its fresh approach to securing Web apps, user data and corporate brands. The appliance proxies all inbound and outbound transactions to protect Web applications from known and unknown attacks. The magic is in its unique technology, which effectively uses application-layer tokens to proxy each Web transaction and validate requests. Most perimeter-based Web app security products require detailed knowledge of the application and its infrastructure, which translates into time-consuming, often cumbersome deployments. In stark contrast, the only information you need to put HIVE into action is contained in what first appears to be alarmingly scant documentation--alarming until you see how well the product blocks Web-based attacks with a minimum ... Access >>>
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