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According to Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, 60% of all successful attacks were aimed at SMEs because—as a group—SMEs lack the expertise, resources, or processes required to monitor and manage security products in IT environments.

Are you following Paul Graham advices and are always looking forward to use the latest available technologies such as Docker, Machine Learning and Cloud Providers? We got what you're saying. While it's true that using latest technologies and frameworks tend to increase the security, they can't fill the entire gap when it comes to applications.

You may use an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Google Cloud, or even a Platform as a Service (PaaS), such as Heroku to protect your applications and servers, but they have a shared security responsibility model. It means that they're responsible only for a part of the big picture. The application layer is still YOUR responsibility.

Why Would Cyber Criminals Attack My Startup?

Is it hard to believe? Just analyze your website logs. You'll find many random requests that didn't come from users. Usually looking for /admin or specific files in order to identify if you're running a vulnerable application. Even if your site isn't on Google. It happens because attackers perform requests in the whole IPv4 address space, thus sending requests to ALL internet-facing servers in the world. They don't really care about who you are, they want your applications and servers compromised for nefarious purposes.

How Gauntlet Can Help Your Business

Combining our cloud-based application security platform with our security services, we can:

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