Implementation of Web Application Firewall


XYZ Company is a medium-sized online retailer with a global customer base. The company’s website receives a high volume of traffic and is a critical component of its business operations. However, the company had been experiencing a number of security incidents related to its website, including SQL injection attacks, cross-site scripting attacks, and other types of cyber threats.


The security incidents were causing disruptions to the website, leading to lost revenue and customer trust. In addition, the company was concerned about the potential for sensitive customer data to be compromised.


To address these security issues, XYZ Company decided to implement a web application firewall (WAF). The WAF would provide an additional layer of protection for the company’s website, by detecting and blocking malicious traffic before it reached the website’s servers.


XYZ Company worked with Kaushal Bhavsar to select and implement a WAF solution that met its needs. The provider helped the company to configure the WAF to block specific types of threats, such as SQL injection attacks and cross-site scripting attacks.

The WAF was implemented as a cloud-based service, which allowed the company to easily scale its security capabilities as needed. The provider also provided ongoing support and maintenance to ensure that the WAF was kept up-to-date and effective.


After implementing the WAF, XYZ Company saw a significant reduction in security incidents related to its website. The company was able to maintain a high level of availability for its website, and customer trust was restored. In addition, the company was able to protect sensitive customer data from potential breaches.

Overall, the implementation of the WAF was a success for XYZ Company, and the company was able to secure its website and protect its customers’ data.

  • December 03, 2018