In an ever-evolving cyber threat landscape, Bespin Global has the proven expertise and tools to protect your web applications or APIs against common web exploits and bots that may affect availability, compromise security, or consume excessive resources. Using AWS Web Application Firewall, we give you control over how traffic reaches your applications by enabling you to create security rules that control bot traffic and block common attack patterns, such as SQL injection or cross-site scripting. You can also customize rules that filter out specific traffic patterns. With a full-featured API, we can help you automate the creation, deployment, and maintenance of security rules.
Bespin will enable you to quickly update security across your environment when issues arise as AWS WAF rule propagation and updates take under a minute. WAF also supports hundreds of rules that can inspect any part of the web request with minimal latency impact on incoming traffic.
Get started immediately and protect your web application or APIs against common threats with Managed Rules for AWS WAF. These rules are automatically updated as new issues emerge so that you can spend more time building applications.
Gain near real-time visibility into your web traffic, which you can use to create new rules or alerts in Amazon CloudWatch. You have granular control over how the metrics are emitted, allowing you to monitor from the rule level to the entire inbound traffic.
Define and manage your rules and reuse them across all the web applications that you need to protect using AWS Firewall Manager integration. AWS WAF is easy to deploy and protect applications deployed.
Get visibility and control over pervasive bot traffic to your applications with AWS WAF Bot Control. Within the AWS WAF console, you can monitor common bots, and block, or rate-limit, traffic from pervasive bots, such as scrapers, scanners, and crawlers.
Every feature in AWS WAF can be configured using either the AWS WAF API or the AWS Management Console. This lets you put web security at multiple points from the hands of the developer initially writing code to the DevOps engineer deploying software, to the security administrators enforcing a set of rules across the organization.