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Key pains and benefits

Security leaders of the retail industry, ranging from medium to large size companies, mention pretty similar pain points. Here is a breakdown of the most popular and how Wallarm addresses them in Fortune500 accounts.

I need to protect both legacy apps and modern APIs that we're moving from private cloud to public cloud providers

Our apps suffer from account takeovers and different kind of automated fraud with customer loyalty programs that evolve over time

My old WAF constantly requires tedious tuning and team resources. Still, I can’t really use it in a blocking mode.

Parts of my business need isolated consoles to manage WAF for their assets

I need to find a product that my DevOps / Infrastructure team would vet for usage in our cloud native environment and massive load

Wallarm has many cool features to help DevOps teams strike the delicate balance between the security of the application and the very short release cycles.

Chris Rodriguez,

Senior Analyst, Front & Sullivan

How Wallarm works

Unlike default cloud WAFs, Wallarm automates protection for apps and APIs with no manual tuning and investments into ongoing maintenance allowing the team to focus on different tasks. It scales. It works.

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Wallarm Protects Some of Leading 
Fortune500 Retail Companies

Day in life of Security and DevOps teams

Unlike default cloud WAFs, Wallarm automates protection for apps and APIs with no manual tuning and investments into ongoing maintenance, allowing the team to focus on different tasks. It scales. It works.

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Victor Gartvich

VP of Security Solutions, Wallarm

Seasoned technology professional, in charge of Wallarm's product management. Most recently Victor was leading security and DevOps efforts at Lacework, another emerging Silicon Valley security company. Prior to that Victor spent four years leading product and engineering activities at an AppSec & performance startup, Nuubit.

Victor holds a Masters in Computer Science from Tashkent State Technical University.

Founder of ThinkSec, a security consulting and CISO advisory firm. Previously, as CISO at the SANS Institute.

Frank holds degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and is the author and instructor of popular courses on strategic planning, leadership, cloud security, and DevSecOps. For more, visit frankkim.net.

Frank Kim

CISO and Security Consultant, ThinkSec, SANS Institute

I need to stay in compliance with PCI regulations

Wallarm offers a single source of control for the security of websites, applications, and APIs, hosted across multiple cloud environments and Kubernetes clusters.

Unlike traditional WAFs, Wallarm doesn’t need manual tuning and investments into ongoing maintenance to minimize false positives. It just works.

Wallarm protects against credential stuffing, API abuse, coupon codes enumeration and other malicious activity that is typical for Ecommerce companies.

Give every team a level of visibility and control over the protection of their assets while keeping an option to manage the entire portfolio from a single dashboard.

DevOps teams like Wallarm as they can automate deployment, updates and monitoring with their existing tools such as Terraform or Ansible. It also meets the most strict requirements for added latency.

Wallarm strengthens security posture and keeps the traffic on premises while helping to meet PCI compliance. Wallarm is SOC2 Type II compliant.

Dashboard overview

Dissecting one attack

API Deep Request Inspection

Scanning the attack surface

  • Every Thursday morning, after an application update, Joanna starts by making sure that security rules are updated to match the updated APIs.
    It's a common occurrence when an app update causes new false positives. Joanna receives complains from the support and DevOps teams regarding WAF blocking.

  • It is an often situation when an app update cause new false positives. Joanna receives complains from the support and DevOps teams regarding WAF blocking.

  • Joanna's team temporarily turns off protection and manually verifies which rule triggered blocking of legitimate users.

  • When the rules are updated, Joanna works with the DevOps manager to ensure an updated ACL will no longer disrupt application operation.

Day-in-the-life before our product

Day-in-the-life after Wallarm

  • Wallarm's WAF is installed instead of the AWS WAF to better protect applications and APIs.

  • Joanna's team no longer needs to update security rules as Wallarm doesn't require manual tuning.

  • Individual API calls with malicious requests are blocked without disrupting operation of the application for the rest of the IP address in the similar locale.

  • All attacks are automatically verified to see if there's any potential of exposed security issues.

Speakers:

Top10 Security Challenges for Retail Companies

Webinar | May 7th at 11 am PST / 2 pm EST

1. Which appsec threats are the worst for Retail

Besides OWASP Top 10 and other threats that web-apps typically face, online retailers also see a lot of specific trouble due to different kinds of API Abuse, fraud, and credential stuffing (ATO).

2. How to protect assets in multi-cloud environment

Infrastructures distributed across different CDNs and apps hosted in multiple regions/clouds create a whole new set of challenges for security leaders and practitioners.

3. Why do legacy security tools fail modern threats

Massive loads of traffic. A high velocity of development. Strict requirements for latency and false positives. A new setting makes traditional tools not only inefficient but sometimes harmful for business.

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