Privacyware, developer of the leading software–based Web Application Firewall and Host Intrusion Prevention Solution for Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), announced today that ThreatSentry has been awarded Golden Bridge’s highest honor in the Web Application Firewall Innovation category for a third consecutive year.
“Privacyware is committed to helping system administrators ensure the defense of vital web applications and their related platforms and providing developers with visibility to the flaws within the web applications so that the vulnerabilities can be addressed,” said Privacyware CEO
ThreatSentry is the leading software–based Web Application Firewall and Host IPS for Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS). Three distinct and fully integrated Web application security technologies - including an IIS WAF Filtering Module, Behavior-based Intrusion Prevention Engine and a proprietary network firewall, enable ThreatSentry to identify and block web application threats such as SQL Injection, DDoS, Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF/XSRF), Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) and other types of attacks.
ThreatSentry defense capabilities are based on the
Pricing and Availability
ThreatSentry is available for purchase or 30-day trial download via the Privacyware web site: http://www.privacyware.com, or through business partners worldwide. Starting at just
Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards are an annual industry and peers recognition program honoring best companies in every major industry from large to small and new start-ups in
Privacyware (http://www.privacyware.com) develops the leading software–based Web Application Firewall and Host IPS for Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS). Privacyware products leverage conventional and advanced analytics technologies to help systems administrators, IT security and compliance personnel more effectively identify, understand and prevent malicious, unauthorized and/or deviant computing system activity. Privacyware is a member of the Microsoft Partner Network with Silver OEM and Application Development competencies.
Privacyware and ThreatSentry are registered trademarks of
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