Security in a Jamstack World

Cybersecurity on Netlify

Millions of developers, thousands of businesses, and hundreds of leading enterprises use Netlify to build, host, and deploy websites. We take our responsibility to ensure the security of those sites seriously. Netlify employs best-in-class practices to provide a 99.99% uptime SLA for our Enterprise customers, including core capabilities such as:

  • Encryption
  • Data center security
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Penetration testing

Additionally, there’s one important element of security that’s baked into Netlify’s architecture: the Jamstack itself.

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What you’ll learn

In this ebook, we’ll walk through the details of Netlify’s core security capabilities and practices, and explore what makes Jamstack applications more secure than many legacy approaches.

  • How Jamstack approaches reduce surface area for attack vectors, limiting opportunities for SQL injection or XSS attacks.
  • What makes Netlify Edge different from traditional CDNs, and why you don't need a web application firewall (WAF) with this approach.
  • How Netlify manages cyberattacks, from DDoS protection to our best-in-class SRE team and everything in between.

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Thousands of enterprises trust Netlify

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Netlify delivers business value

The Jamstack modern web architecture (based on JavaScript, APIs and Markup) enables businesses to build responsive websites and applications that load faster, are always-on, and provide instant, highly performant functionality for customers.

Developer Productivity

Speed up the development process with major workflow improvements and communication options for development teams.

Cost Savings

Save more than 65% on web projects by reducing infrastructure overhead and maintenance of legacy systems.


Deliver new web projects 10x faster and iterate quickly with no monolithic code base or infrastructure to manage.

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Justin Watts

Netlify empowers our engineering teams to launch websites and campaigns in minutes with no-ops, a goal that has often been a pipe dream in our industry.

Justin Watts, Head of Engineering, TunnelBear