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What is Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP)?

RASP is a technology that runs on a server and is designed to detect attacks on an application in real time. RASP can protect applications from malicious input or behavior by analyzing the app’s behavior and the context of that behavior. By continuously monitoring the applications own behavior, attacks can be identified and mitigated immediately without human intervention. This allows businesses to determine if they are under attack and quickly remediate any security issues.

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