Protection for your applications and your business
LoadMaster provides a cost effective way to easily provide additional layers of security for your applications to ensure the integrity and availability of services and maintain the best possible user application experience (AX).
Use Kemp’s Web Application Firewall (WAF) to provide ongoing protection against exploits without modifying applicationsRead More
Control access at the perimeter by authenticating and authorizing users before authorizing application access.Read More
Integrate Identity Access Management and intelligent policy application and traffic steering to enable strong controls for critical workloads and servicesRead More
Centralize encryption management allowing the inspection and control of encrypted payloads.Read More
How LoadMaster can help you secure your web applications
Leverage OIDC on LoadMaster ESP to enable any application to be part of your organization’s Single Sign-On using an IAM framework of your choosing, and protect application servers from malicious attacks by pre-authentication, so that only an authenticated user may reach them.
Even if your application does not support user authentication, LoadMaster can pre-authenticate users before providing access. All major authentication services are supported including Active Directory, RADIUS, and OIDC/OAuth 2.0 allowing fine-grained control of what resources are accessible based on groups defined in your organization’s directory.
With LoadMaster, management of certificates and protocols used by SSL/TLS is centralized , providing a single point of control for policy enforcement, for inspecting encrypted traffic and for managing security updates. LoadMaster offloads the security processing from application servers resulting in better application performance and reduction in the complexity of maintaining and deploying application servers. Traffic may be re-encrypted before delivery to applications servers to provide end-to-end security.
Apply granular access control to application services based on trust level of network security zones, characteristics to attempted communication and other variables to ensure a consistent least privileged access model for your environment
Maintaining applications and APIs to ensure protection against known and emerging vulnerabilities is expensive, difficult, and prone to omissions. LoadMaster WAF provides ongoing protection against known vulnerabilities (such as the OWASP top 10) and updated reputation data daily. All this is transparent to the application and requires no code changes.
Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are automated, high volume attacks that overwhelm applications and result in either outages or a reduced level of service. LoadMaster protects applications with specific approaches for attacks such as SYN Floods, TCP resets and HTTP GET/POST floods.
Provide an integrated authentication environment for all applications regardless of the cloud or datacenter location by leveraging LoadMaster support for Azure’s Active Directory environment.
LoadMaster is FIPS 140-2 and Common Criteria (ISO/IEC 15408) certified on Hardware, Virtual and Cloud platforms ensuring maximum protection for your applications.
LoadMaster works alongside your existing security toolsets such as Identity and Access Management (IAM), Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and Authentication Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) services. Kemp provide detailed guides on how to maximize your existing security investments based on industry and vendor best practices.
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