Barracuda intros plans to help enterprises secure applications

Barracuda has introduced new Application Protection plans to make it easy for enterprises to protect websites, applications and APIs with comprehensive enterprise-grade protection.

The new plans combine Machine Learning (ML)-powered web application, API, DDoS, and bot protection with zero trust security to help prevent today’s most complex threats.

The new Application Protection plans are designed so enterprises can choose the security capabilities they need and input the number of applications.

Barracuda web application firewalls (WAFs)-as-a-Service enables comprehensive application security for web applications and APIs of any size. Applications can be quickly onboarded and secured with the three-step onboarding wizard.

WAF-as-a-Service features deep visibility to identify attacks and traffic trends. Among these are visualisations for client-side scripts on their web applications —something that few admins have visibility into and are important for protecting against website supply chain attacks. ML-powered capabilities such as the Auto Configuration Engine and shadow API Discovery enable admins to reduce their unknown attack surfaces.

“With these new plans we are making it easier for our channel partners in Asia and the rest of the world to help their customers secure internal and third-party applications,” said Philippe Cazaubon, Director of Southeast Asia at Barracuda.

“Web and API-based applications are core to a business’ digital journey. However, our own internal research shows that for many businesses in Southeast Asia and across the globe, the prospect of effectively securing apps against an ever-evolving range of cyberthreats can appear complex and resource-intensive. It doesn’t need to be either of those things. These new plans will enable channel partners to offer advanced yet easy to deploy and manage service-based application security. Partners will be able to quickly onboard and manage new customers and support them in meeting compliance and cyber-insurance requirements,” he added.

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