A Guide to Runtime Application Self-Protection

Evaluating RASP for your application security? This guide is for you.

Gartner first defined runtime application self-protection (RASP) as a security technology built into an application runtime environment to control execution and prevent real-time attacks.1 RASP differs from traditional WAFs or other testing tools because it is tightly coupled with the code itself, which is susceptible to malicious exploit.

No two RASP solutions are the same. Read our Guide to Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP)if you’re curious to learn more about:

  • Things to look for in a RASP solution (Evaluation Criteria)
  • Maintaining and controlling a deployed RASP
  • RASP vs. WAFs, SIEMs, DAST, and cloud providers - how do they interact?
  • Top 9 customer use cases for RASP

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