Runtime Application Self-Protection


Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) is security software that integrates with an application or its runtime environment during execution and constantly intercepts calls to the application to check their security, permitting those deemed safe and blocking those that could indicate an attack.

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Runtime Application Self-Protection has the ability stop applications running in production in the midst of an attack certainly paves the way for a pretty effective self-imposed Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack. In high-performing environments, where availability is expected at four or five 9s, downtime could have a serious impact to SLAs and subsequently result in lost revenue and impact the company brand.

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