Future-proof web application security.
Client-side vulnerabilities are the web’s weakest link. Every piece of code, from every vendor in your website supply chain, has the potential to be modified and steal sensitive data or degrade user experience. Unless you control it, you can’t secure it.
This threat vector has led to attacks on the world’s leading brands – and one of the largest GDPR fines to date.
Tala’s Web Application Runtime Protection eliminates client-side vulnerabilities that lead to browser session attacks and data theft.
99% of websites globally include multiple client-side vulnerabilities, making them attractive targets for attackers
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Comprehensive Data Protection
Attackers look for the weakest link in the supply chain to infiltrate your website and steal sensitive data. Tala protects against the widest variety of attacks:
All client-side security solutions are not created equal.
|Broadest use-case coverage|
|Automated policy deployment|
|Near-zero performance impact|
|Zero-day threat resiliency|
|Standards ensure a future-proof solution|
|Rich analytics and integrated advanced threat intelligence|
|Multiple integration options, including web servers, CDNs and application middleware|
|No browser compatibility issues|
|No single point of failure|
|Improves third party security scoring (Mozilla Observatory, Report URI)|
Global Data Risk: 2020 State of the Web Report
Learn how to protect your website and your customers.
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