Hdiv has pioneered application self-protection since 2008, when we launched the Hdiv open-source project. From the beginning, we believed in enabling more secure software—instead of developing and deploying more security software.
Hdiv enables applications to protect themselves through runtime application self-protection (RASP) products. By building protection in during development, we protect applications from the inside. Hdiv solutions combine the strongest protection against OWASP Top 10 threats with deep understanding of business configuration and logic to enable real-time, all-the-time application protection.
Hdiv repels 90% of application security risks included in the OWASP Top 10, sunch as SQL injection, cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery, data tampering and brute force attacks. Hdiv offers higher effectiveness than any of the solutions currently available to fight web application security risks.
Hdiv RASP has deep insight into application logic, configuration, and data and event flows. These capabilities enable Hdiv to analyze and block security attacks with less dependence on external security devices without false positives and with no need of learning processes and content parsing.
Programmers don’t have to be security experts to apply Hdiv during development. Hdiv enables self-protected applications with almost zero operations costs, and enables customers to avoid having to upgrade programming environments.
We provide real-time visibility into actual attacks hitting applications in production. Get actionable information, including detected attacks, vulnerabilities and business logic flaws, and protect your business with instant information from interactive dashboards and alerts.
Hdiv installation and updates are easy, needing only a declarative configuration based on XML files. Hdiv does not change app source code, so it can be used with any application before and after development.
The Hdiv Open Source library is downloaded 500 times per month by users from 128 different countries. Our software integrates with leading commercial software providers, such as Apache and VMware, and is used by leading global enterprises in banking, government, retail, technology, and aerospace.