Sucuri

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Sucuri is a web application security company specializing in comprehensive website security for individual sites up to enterprise web content management

Sucuri has become an industry-recognized vendor in cybersecurity solutions for its web application firewall (WAF) and web security solutions in just over a decade. The vendor’s platform and subscriptions offer clients protection against distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks and botnets, continuous monitoring, and dedicated support when needed.

Sucuri Products and Solutions

Website Security Platform

Sucuri’s comprehensive security solution for website protection includes three annual subscriptions offering a guaranteed malware removal service-level agreement (SLA), WAFs, and access to 24/7/365 technical support. Sucuri’s Website Security Platform additionally provides:

Web Application Firewall (WAF)

Sucuri’s web application firewall includes essential and professional protection against web application attacks as a standalone product. Sucuri WAF comes with advanced DDoS protection, load balancing, virtual patching aided by threat intelligence, and HTTPS and PCI compliant firewall protection.

The screenshot shows real-time access to API rules from the Sucuri WAF dashboard.
The screenshot shows real-time access to API rules from the Sucuri WAF dashboard.
Read more: Top Web Application Firewall (WAF) Solutions for 2022 | eSecurity Planet

Multi-Site, Custom, and Enterprise Plans

Sucuri offers discounts on multi-site plans and custom and enterprise-level capabilities for a quoted price. Administrators can manage thousands of domains from a single dashboard and actively remove malicious threats on all web hosting platforms and site types.

Clients can also build a fine-tuned plan to ensure the appropriate level of coverage for monitoring frequency, SSL certificate support, brand reputation, and CDN performance. Sucuri’s website protection integrates with existing SIEM solutions and SOC processes to track and respond to security events.

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Sucuri Partnership Program

Interested managed service providers can also extend Sucuri’s technologies to their clients through its Partnership Program. When partnering with the website security vendor, channel partners get access to a flat-fee structure, extended security team, API integration, and technical support. Sucuri’s featured partners include CrossFit, GoDaddy, HarperCollins, iThemes, Media Temple, NYU, Rainmaker Digital, WP Engine, and Yoast.

Also read: Top Dynamic Application Security Testing Tools 2021 | ServerWatch

Recognition and Reviews

Gartner Peer Insights

On Gartner Peer Insights, Sucuri holds an average score of 4.6 out of 5 stars with 249 reviews for the Web Application and API Protection solution category. Customer reviews highlight prompt deployment, attack mitigation, scanning capabilities, and customer support.

Sucuri: Company Background

After founding the open-source intrusion detection system (OSSEC) in 2008, developer and entrepreneur Daniel Cid launched Sucuri in 2009. In 2010, the California-based company released its first product, Network-Based Integrity Monitoring (NBIM), offering administrators monitoring and change management of content, WHOIS, and DNS

Shortly after, Sucuri launched its remediation services and two years later, its cloud-based WAF in 2013. Its quick success made Sucuri a recognized web security vendor leading to its acquisition in March 2017 by web hosting company GoDaddy. Today, the Sucuri team includes more than 125 professionals in 27 countries supporting global clients around the clock.

Part of the Sucuri team in its Menifee, California headquarters.
Part of the Sucuri team in its Menifee, California headquarters.

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Sam Ingalls
Sam Ingalls
Sam Ingalls is an award-winning writer and researcher covering enterprise technology, cybersecurity, data centers, and IT trends, for Webopedia, eSecurity Planet, ServerWatch, and Channel Insider.

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