Stepan Ilyan, cofounder of Wallarm, offers 10 tips for building a security shield to protect your site from all kinds of attacks, using Wallarm & NGINX
Learn how to protect your website by compiling and installing ModSecurity 3.0 for open source NGINX.
Tyler Shields of Signal Sciences explains the alphabet soup of security-related terms, starting with WAF, and how they work together.
The NGINX Plus with ModSecurity web application firewall (WAF) protects you from a broad range of security threats, including DDoS attacks, SQLi, and XSS.
What are HTTPS and SSL/TLS? Learn about protocol versions, cipher suites, and how to configure NGINX for HTTPS and SSL/TLS.
Ways to sharply reduce security risks include: keeping your software up to date, using NGINX Amplify, and switching to NGINX Plus.
The NGINX Plus Certified Module from Stealth Security protects your websites and applications from all types of attacks and unwanted traffic.
Improve security for your website and web apps with the NGINX Cookbook, Part 2, from O'Reilly Media. Topics include JWTs, the ModSecurity WAF, and more.
The OpenSSL project announced fixes to 7 security vulnerabilities on 5 June 2014. An update to OpenSSL is generally sufficient to address this.
Take advantage of the early bird discount for nginx.conf 2016 now! Read about customer and partner speakers in this blog post.