What is RASP – Runtime Application Self-Protection?

RASP is a security innovation that uses runtime instrumentation to identify and thwart threats utilizing data from inside the active software. Comparing it to perimeter-based security measures like firewalls is not appropriate. By keeping an eye on inputs and preventing those that may be used to commit attacks, RASP technology is supposed to increase software security. The definition of RASP, its operation, its significance, and recommended RASP practices will all be clarified in this blog.