Enabling F5 Distributed Cloud Client-Side Defense in BIG-IP 17.1
In the freshest BIG-IP release, version 17.1, we continue to expand, enrich, and streamline the realm of application security, delivery, and automation that BIG-IP platforms provide for applications. In this article we'll be zooming in on the new Distributed Cloud Client-Side Defense connectivity which enables a self-managed service that seamlessly integrates with F5 BIG-IP to protect against client-side attacks such as Magecart, digital skimming, formjacking, (PII) harvesting, and other types of browser-based supply chain attacks.
New BIG-IP Distributed Cloud Services Module
Immersed within this cutting-edge release we're empowering our customers with an ingenious Distributed Cloud Services Integration Module. This powerful module grants customers the ability to harness their existing BIG-IP deployments and effortlessly apply cloud-based security services to their application transactions, all from within the intuitive BIG-IP console.
These remarkable security services act as a catalyst, empowering application owners and security personnel to harness the sheer might of industry-leading Bot and Fraud cloud connectors. This union allows for a seamless integration with the F5 Distributed Cloud Services, ensuring that simplicity and security are bestowed upon every aspect of this integration.
XC Client-Side Defense Solution Overview
In BIG-IP 17.1 Distributed Cloud Client-Side Defense connectivity enables a self-managed service that seamlessly integrates with F5 BIG-IP to protect against client-side attacks such as Magecart, digital skimming, formjacking, (PII) harvesting, and other types of browser-based supply chain attacks.
CSD Onboarding Demo
Furthermore, this formidable defense mechanism offers invaluable assistance to organizations by aiding them in meeting the stringent demands of the new PCI DSS 4.0 requirements. With its watchful eye and unwavering commitment to security, Distributed Cloud Client-Side Defense emerges as an indispensable asset in the realm of safeguarding sensitive information.