Organizations are struggling to secure their software supply chain due to the increasing use of open source libraries, third-party applications, and their frequent automated deployment. In the last few years, the world has seen multiple high-profile data breaches executed through the exploitation of vulnerable open source or third-party software. In many supply chain attacks, the attackers leverage an application, API, or micro-service to perform reconnaissance and exfiltration via executing OS commands, accessing files and probing the network.
Read how Imperva's Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) uses a lightweight security plug-in to harden an application from within. It not only protects the application but the entire stack with a positive security model to analyze an application’s behavior and prevent high-risk and suspicious activity.