Radware was named a leader in the KuppingerCole Leadership Compass 2022 Report

Radware, a provider of cybersecurity and research solutions, has been named a global leader for product, innovation, market and overall impact in the KuppingerCole Leadership Compass for Web Application Firewalls (WAF) report. ).

Richard Hill, Report Analyst at KuppingerCole, said: “Radware can be considered the most innovative, a leader in all aspects of this report, and should be considered when evaluating application firewalls. network by all groups.”

The report also gave Radware’s WAF solution ‘positive’ and ‘excellent’ scores in the areas of security, performance, design, interoperability and usability. The report includes an analysis of 11 consumer securities.

According to Richard Hill: “All Radware solutions come with advanced management and automation capabilities, as well as reporting and analysis engines. Its suite of services truly demonstrates the strength in delivering a wide range of of features that prevent DoS/DDoS attacks and its bot management has new capabilities such as the use of a Machine Learning algorithm that helps identify the intent behind that with this application. Additionally, Radware has recently released a crypto bot mitigation strategy based on complexity.”

“Radware’s high scores in the KuppingerCole report reflect our leadership in topics such as application security and our continued commitment to innovation,” said Sharon Trachtman, Chief Operating Officer. , Radware. “It’s further proof that Radware is delivering next-generation, frictionless application defense against even more cyber threats.”

The 2022 KuppingerCole Leadership Compass for WAFs report examines the application firewall market share, customer service providers, related market share, and their new ways to deliver WAF solutions.

Recently, Radware was named a technology leader in Quadrant Knowledge Solutions’ 2021 Spark Matrix analysis of the global WAF market. Radware’s WAF solution protects users from browser and high-level OWASP attacks, access errors, attacks hidden behind CDNs, API manipulations, advanced HTTP attacks, violent attacks and other threats.

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