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Why do you need WAF?

With increasing complexity and speed in web application development, product releases are becoming more frequent with better functionality through DevOps. However, web applications remain vulnerable today, posing as a risk to businesses.

Application availability is now a key factor in ensuring a great user experience, further emphasizing the need for enterprises to protect their data and avoid financial loss.

How is Radware's Cloud WAF Service superior?

Radware’s Cloud WAF Service offers unmatched, continuously adaptive web application security protection. Based on Radware’s market-leading web application firewall, the service provides enterprise-grade coverage of OWASP Top-10 threats. It automatically adapts protections according to changes in protected assets and evolving threats, ensuring full coverage.

Designed around the Radware SecurePath™ architecture, the Cloud WAF Service can be easily deployed as an API-based, out-of-path service across your hybrid or cloud environment. This ensures the service provides state-of-the-art security with frictionless deployment and centralized visibility and management console.

Radware's Cloud WAF service offers exceptional benefits that set it apart from other providers.


Radware coverage provides full protection against OWASP top-10 attacks.


Radware automatically generates policies for new applications.

Zero DayRadware offers protection against web attacks, even those that have not yet been discovered (known as 0-day attacks).

ERTRadware offers a unified portal and is fully managed by the Emergency Response Team at Radware, providing a single 'pane of glass.'


App Analytics

Radware's Cloud WAF Application Analytics simplifies security event management by consolidating large amounts of alerts into a smaller, more manageable set of user activities, providing security professionals with a seamless operational experience. This simplification enables easy analysis and interpretation of vital data critical for effective security.

Cloud WAF Application Analytics helps security administrators to focus on actionable alerts by providing clear, easy-to-understand explanations of security events. This service contextualizes application behavior and reveals why certain events are blocked or allowed, allowing you to prioritize alerts that matter.


In this Radware Minute episode featuring Uri Dorot, discover the essence of a web application firewall, its significance, functionality, and crucial considerations while selecting one.

Device Fingerprinting for Sophisticated Malware Protection

Implement IP-agnostic source tracking to effectively detect and prevent advanced bot threats, including web scraping, brute force attacks, web application DDoS and clickjacking.

Fully Managed Service for Web Application Security

Take advantage of our comprehensive security package, featuring 24/7 management by Radware's Emergency Response Team (ERT). The ERT handles configuring and updating security policies, while continuously monitoring and mitigating attacks.

Device Fingerprinting

Cloud Web Application Firewall Service Offering

Radware’s Cloud WAF is available in two packages:


Complete web security coverage including OWASP Top-10, advanced attacks and zero-day attack protection. Fully managed and monitored 24x7 to guarantee service availability at any given time with protection against today's toughest web application and DDoS attacks.

Enterprise Premium

Includes all web security and managed services offered in the Enterprise package, in addition to a dedicated technical account manager and ERT expert. Complete with pre and post attack alerts and reports and ongoing updates from Radware’s security experts.

DDoS protection up to 1Gbps of attack traffic is included in both packages. This includes behavioral network and application layer DDoS protection with network challenge response. Customers can choose to add DDoS protection beyond 1Gbps through Radware’s Cloud DDoS Protection Service.

Radware’s Global Content Delivery Network (CDN) Service is also available as an add-on to Radware’s Cloud WAF Service customers.

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