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Jun 5, 2023 | By June 5,
The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a global non-profit organization dedicated to improving the security of software. The OWASP foundation first released a list of the top 10 security risks faced by APIs in 2019. Although 4 years is an extremely long time when it comes to computing, the fact remains that most organizations are still in the process of putting better API security controls in place to protect against the 2019 Top 10.
Growing Digital Ecosystems, Increasing Cybersecurity Risk, Fragmented Regulations and Economic Challenges Emphasizes Need for Holistic API Security
May 30, 2023 | By Filip Verloy, Field CTO
The challenges that the global business community has faced in the last few years have been unprecedented. A pandemic, inflation, an energy crisis, war, an economic downturn, and fragmented and delayed supply chains have all created issues for organizations and have left no industry, market, or region untouched. Yet, despite these issues, our digital ecosystems and footprint grow ever bigger and increasingly complex. The global digital transformation market was worth $731.13 billion in 2022, and it is now expected to grow at a CAGR of 26.7% by 2030, driven in the main by businesses trying to gain a competitive advantage.
May 30, 2023 | By May 30,
Application programming interfaces (APIs) have become an essential component of modern applications in the digital age. However, with the increasing reliance on APIs as more businesses digitize their operations, the need for API security is more undeniable than ever before. API security is imperative as it prevents unauthorized access to data, maintains the confidentiality of users’ information, and helps prevent malicious attacks that could lead to significant damage to your business.
May 2, 2023 | By May 2,
The Open Worldwide Application Security Project, better known as OWASP, is about to release the new version of their famous API Security Top 10 list, and we have a copy of the release candidate. What is the release candidate? Well it’s a fancy way of saying the “sneak peek”, which means the list isn’t currently final. OWASP is currently accepting feedback from industry professionals on the proposed list before it’s finalized.
Apr 25, 2023 | By Noname Security
Leading API Security Provider Intends to Bring Increased Protections to IBM API Connect®.
Apr 25, 2023 | By April 25,
As the worldwide Director of Alliances at Noname Security, it is my distinct pleasure to announce that we have entered into an OEM agreement with IBM, the world-leader in integrating technology and business expertise for their customers. Under this agreement, IBM will market and sell the Noname Advanced API Security platform as an IBM product, providing IBM customers with even more advanced and reliable solutions.
Apr 24, 2023 | By Noname Security
Collaboration Delivers API Security Innovation to Public, Private, and Hybrid-Cloud Architectures.
Apr 24, 2023 | By April 24,
Noname Security is a proud member of the Intel Network Builders partner program. Our joint collaboration with Intel is delivering optimized solutions for our customers based on Intel’s world class architecture.
Noname Security Partners with Fastest-Growing Software Company Wiz To Secure Cloud APIs and Advance Cyber Resilience
Apr 20, 2023 | By Noname Security
New integration launches strategic partnership to secure modern cloud infrastructure, applications, and innovations.
Apr 20, 2023 | By April 20,
We are all excited about our new strategic partnership with Wiz. Our latest integration gives corporate information security teams unprecedented visibility and control of the APIs scattered across their entire cloud estate. Wiz is the fastest-growing software company in the world for good reason.
A subset of application security testing, software composition analysis (SCA) refers to an automated process which scans open source software, allowing security analysts to identify precisely which libraries and components have been used in a piece of software. Code is parsed automatically and scanned against a known list of open source vulnerabilities.
A load balancer functions like a network traffic cop. It routes client requests, such as for web page views, to the servers that are best able to fulfill those requests. If a server starts overheating and cannot respond quickly enough, the load balancer will divert the traffic load to another server.
Java API is an application programming interface (API) that functions within software built using the Java software programming language. It’s a deep technology that plays a critical but hard-to-see role in Java applications.
SAST is a commonly used application security (AppSec) tool which identifies and helps remediate underlying the root cause of security vulnerabilities. SAST tools do not need a system to be running to perform a scan because they analyze web applications from the inside out.
Dynamic application security testing (DAST) is an automated security testing technique that is used to identify vulnerabilities in web applications. The best DAST tools simulate various types of attacks to detect security vulnerabilities and test a broad spectrum of endpoints including hidden values. By simulating malicious attacks on an application, automated DAST security tools can help identify outcomes that are far outside typical user experience.
May 9, 2023 | By Noname Security
James Robinson, Deputy CISO at Netskope, shares how his team partnered with Noname Security to inventory their entire API estate and secure it from malicious attacks.
Apr 10, 2023 | By Noname Security
For this inaugural episode of our Public Sector Podcast, we had the pleasure of hosting Chris Cleary, Principal Cyber Advisor for the Dept. of the Navy. Tune in as he and our very own Dean Phillips, Executive Director at Noname Security Public Sector, discuss the evolving threat landscape for government agencies, the role of Zero Trust frameworks, as well as how API security will be instrumental in their journey.
Noname provides wider visibility and deeper insights: finds APIs, domains, and related issues from both inside and outside the your network perimeter. Use intelligent data classification and context-aware analysis to create the most accurate and complete inventories of all your APIs, including rogue APIs, zombie APIs, and shadow APIs.
Noname Security Posture Management analyzes your APIs and broader infrastructure for misconfigurations and vulnerabilities to identify potential risks and understand their true attack surface.
Noname Security Runtime Protection detects and blocks API attacks with real-time traffic analysis, out-of-band monitoring, and workflow integrations to increase SOC effectiveness.
Oct 17, 2022 | By Noname Security
Enterprises manage thousands of APIs, many of which are not routed through a proxy such as an API Gateway or WAF. Which means they are not monitored, rarely audited, and are most vulnerable to mistakes, misfortune, and mischief. This has left enterprise security teams to play catch-up when it comes to API security. In fact, Gartner predicts that 'by 2025, less than 50% of enterprise APIs will be managed as explosive growth in APIs surpasses the capabilities of API management tools.' Below are some of the key reasons that explain the proliferation of APIs and why many of them are left unsecure.
Oct 17, 2022 | By Noname Security
The OWASP Top 10 is a standard awareness document and is the closest approximation of a set of rules for how to build secure applications that the development and web application security community has. We created this ebook to provide an overview of the OWASP top 10 API security vulnerabilities, and the methodologies used to mitigate them.
Oct 1, 2022 | By Noname Security
With the number of APIs skyrocketing, companies are facing increasing challenges when it comes to security. Oftentimes, either there aren't enough security personnel who know how to test APIs, the number of APIs are growing faster than the security team can keep up with, or the existing security tools lack adequate coverage. Any one of these three scenarios can spell disaster for your environment. However, there is one overlooked aspect that could also weaken your API security posture if not addressed - and that's testing APIs early in the development process.
Oct 1, 2022 | By Noname Security
Today, businesses rely on APIs more than ever before. Gartner estimates that API calls represent 83% of all web traffic. Given the increased reliance on APIs, their importance to digital businesses, and the rising level of sophistication of hackers looking to compromise those APIs, organizations need a proven strategy for API security.
Sep 1, 2022 | By Noname Security
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are among the foundations of modern digital business, powering the logistics of delivering digital products to partners and customers. However, Security experts have warned about numerous security risks of APIs for years. But until quite recently, many organizations still believed that their API-related risks can be sufficiently addressed by existing security tools like web application firewalls (WAFs).
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Proactively secure your environment from API security vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and design flaws. Protect APIs from attacks in real-time with automated detection and response.
The Complete, Proactive API Security Platform:
- Discover all of your APIs: Find and inventory every type of API, including HTTP, RESTful, GraphQL, SOAP, XML-RPC, JSON-RPC, and gRPC. Discover legacy and rogue APIs not managed by an API gateway, and catalog data type classifications for all APIs.
- Detect API threats and prevent attacks: API security risks and issues are not all discovered in source code alone. Monitor real-time traffic using AI and ML-based detection to uncover data leakage, data tampering, data policy violations, suspicious behavior, and API security attacks.
- Test API security before production: Most applications have security testing before going into production. Most APIs do not. Increase API security assurance with greater speed, efficacy, and scale with integrated API-specific testing for CI/CD pipelines.
The Complete API Security Platform.