Runtime Application Self-Protection Market Development Trends, Share and Forecasts 2027

RASP (runtime application self-protection) is a security solution that assists an application in defending itself against threats in real time. RASP defends and monitors applications against a growing number of attacks, including cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL/command injections, account takeovers, data exfiltration, and security bots/scanners.
RASP tools, as well as other application security technologies like web application firewalls, are used by organisations to add a layer of self-protection to applications. Although these tools perform a specific security function, they are frequently used in conjunction with other security and application monitoring technologies. RASP is a word that refers to the various defensive measures and detection methods that an app can use to protect against code reverse engineering, manipulation, and other types of assaults.

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