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Runtime Application Self-protection (RASP)

Runtime application self-protection (RASP) is a type of technology that identifies and blocks attacks in an app. It runs on a server and identifies attacks on the app in real time by analyzing its behavior. The entire process is automated, providing users with peace of mind. When RASP detects a threat, it secures the application without affecting its performance.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Runtime Application Self-protection (RASP)

SMBs that use RASP can prevent the damage that often occurs from computer attacks such as downtime, which can impact these organizations more than larger corporations. That's because smaller businesses can't afford to lose customers and sales while their systems are temporarily out of action.

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