Breach WAF Earns ICSA Labs Certification

Breach Security earns ICSA Labs certification for Web application firewall

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

November 19, 2007

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CARLSBAD, Calif. -- Breach Security, Inc., a leader in web application firewalls, announced today that the Breach Security WebDefend™ web application firewall has earned certification by ICSA Labs, an independent division of Verizon. WebDefend is one of the first web application firewall products to achieve this distinction.

The prestigious web application firewall certification is reserved for products that meet ICSA Labs’ stringent security standards for the accurate detection and prevention of application-level attacks and is also used to promote security awareness and understanding among users.

With attacks at the application layer increasing, more companies are now protecting their Web-based applications with these devices, which also helps them to meet the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard for secure processing of credit card data.

“As the application security threat becomes more prevalent, industry standards, such as those established by ICSA Labs, continue to evolve to reflect current security issues,” said George Japak, managing director, ICSA Labs. “We are pleased to certify Breach Security WebDefend based on successfully meeting the required elements of the certification criteria and rigorous testing procedures for web application firewalls.”

Breach Security Inc.

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