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A lot of IT Security Officers responsible for driving the SOC 2 certification in their companies are probably wondering how the switch to mostly remote workspaces will affect their SOC 2 landscape.  I would say that there are two types of companies affected (or not affected) by the coronavirus: Companies that initially not relied on the security of individual workstations, and heavily used the office network infrastructure to provide necessary vichto and protection for sensitive…

Figma is a powerful tool for interface development and prototyping. We use it to design our products and to create graphic layouts for marketing and other purposes. One of the most significant advantages of Figma is that it allows you to write custom plugins enabling third-party developers to expand the already extensive range of the platform’s capabilities. Let’s discuss one of such plugins. For new brochures, our product designer came up with an interesting concept:…

Wallarm has always stood out from its competitors when it comes to supporting modern stacks. For a long time Wallarm has been the only product to provide comprehensive protection for WebSockets-based web applications. Once again, Wallarm is glad to be the pioneer and add support for the gRPC protocol. The newly added WAF for gPRC feature is available to all the customers that use the latest 2.14 version of Wallarm Node.  Adoption of gPRC Many…

Wallarm’s unique approach provides actionable insight that identifies and protects against real attacks and vulnerabilities. I’m excited to be part of the team that automates this for modern services and cloud-based applications.

How to configure sending reports to email? How to get a notification to the messenger about an event requiring a response? How to connect Wallam and other solutions that use DevOps and the security team? Integrations will help to solve all these issues in Wallam WAF. And today we’ll talk about them in more detail.