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Why Instart is more effective than other bot management solutions

Why Instart is more effective than other bot management solutions

Web apps face evolving threats that include attacks from all types of automated bots. Bot automation continues to advance at an alarming pace, even outpacing most traditional detection and blocking technologies. A new approach is needed to accurately detect and block the most sophisticated automation seen today. Instart’s client-side, fact-based approach to detection and blocking provides a number of advantages over the complex server-side anomaly-based analysis approaches used by other vendors. 

The future of web security is in the cloud

The future of web security is in the cloud

Would you buy a house missing 40 percent of its roof, or board a boat with a hole in the bottom? Of course not. Unfortunately, organizations relying on a hardware stack to secure their web presence are as vulnerable to disaster as a homeowner with a missing roof. That’s why many businesses are looking for new solutions to meet their application security needs. In fact, Forbes recently reported a decline in sales of "on-premises" security as many businesses switch away from appliance-based security solutions and move to the cloud.

Case study: Instart enables a seamless cloud application migration

Case study: Instart enables a seamless cloud application migration

We recently enabled a successful cloud application migration for one of the largest online pharmacies. The customer had struggled with how to roll out new microservice applications in a phased manner, but prevent individual visitors from flipping back and forth between the old and new experience. This real-world example demonstrates how a complex cloud migration exercise looks from an application delivery perspective - including the high-level plans involved, complex dependencies, and how Instart helped this customer execute this activity in a seamless way with zero downtime. 

What to do after a data breach

What to do after a data breach

A data breach is the business equivalent of a natural disaster. The initial experience brings business as usual to a halt, and the recovery period is long, arduous — and expensive. As with natural disasters, an emergency plan can mitigate the impact of a data breach. Is your business prepared for the worst-case-scenario?