RASP - Runtime Application Self-Protection Home Cybersecurity Dictionary RASP - Runtime Application Self-Protection RASP is a term popularized by Gartner to describe an emerging application security technology. With RASP, specific functionality is built right into an application, or added into an application's runtime environment or underlying operating system. By instrumenting an application's code from this position, RASP is capable of monitoring application behavior while it is running and can take real-time actions to minimize malicious exploits. Related TermsDevOpsDevSecOpsSDLC - Software Development LifecycleSQLi - SQL Injection Share: Seeking Clarity? View the Cybersecurity Dictionary for top terms searched by your peers. Back to the Dictionary RELATED INSIGHTS BLOG March 14, 2017 Secure SDLC Lessons Learned: #1 Application Catalog Building an application catalog is a critical step towards maintaining governance over a secure SDLC program. The primary purposes of the catalog are ... See Details Read more about Secure SDLC Lessons Learned: #1 Application Catalog DOWNLOAD April 09, 2021 Threat Management: Application Security Optiv AppSec services reduce security risks by helping organizations design and build mature application security programs. See Details Read more about Threat Management: Application Security How Can We Help? Let us know what you need, and we will have an Optiv professional contact you shortly.