Graylog bought an API security startup founded by a former Dell and Intel software engineer to give its customers broader and more complete threat detection. Resurface.io will allow companies to conduct threat hunting across the full set of API request response data rather than rely on metadata.
Enterprise software firm JumpCloud says a sophisticated nation-state threat actor is behind a security incident that targeted a small and specific set of customers last week. JumpCloud reset all of its API keys, potentially affecting thousands of customers including Cars.com and GoFundMe.
API security platforms have become an essential part of any organization's cybersecurity strategy, but with so many options available, it can be difficult to know how to choose the right one. In this article, we'll discuss how to evaluate API security platforms and what factors to consider.
Application security testing, or AST, and API security testing are important components of a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy. We'll discuss the application and API security best practices for each type of testing, the use cases, and how they protect your business from cyberattacks.
Hackers hit the e-commerce industry with 14 billion attacks in 15 months, pushing it to the top of the list of targets for web application and API exploits. A new Akamai report blames digitalization and the wide range of vulnerabilities hackers can exploit in web applications.
Manual API discovery is impossible due to the sheer number of APIs available, their constant changes, poor documentation, different formats and protocols, and different authentication and security requirements. Given these challenges, the solution is to use automated API discovery tools.
Change management is a critical part of a robust API management program, said Shaam Farooq, vice president of technology at Atlas Energy Solutions and a CyberEdBoard member. Team members must review and approve changes as they happen and communicates those changes across IT and OT security teams.
A new OAuth-related vulnerability in an open-source application development framework could expose Facebook, Google, Apple and Twitter users to account takeover, personal data leakage, identity theft, financial fraud and unauthorized actions on other online platforms, security researchers said.
Cybersecurity is top of mind for business leaders across the globe. However, oftentimes security is sacrificed to satisfy the various business initiatives and deliverable timelines – putting businesses at risk for data breaches and other malicious attacks
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As cloud services are on the rise with ever-growing workloads and more and more secrets being created by the R&D teams, the number and variety of secrets per organization are exploding. Needless to say, Secrets management and monitoring are crucial components of any security program.
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Akamai will shrink its workforce by 3% as its shifts resources from its shrinking content delivery business to growth areas in cloud computing and security. The company will shrink its 9,960-person staff by 299 positions as it looks to sustain its profitability levels despite economic headwinds.
The adoption of APIs in terms of daily transactions in the post-COVID-19 digital world has skyrocketed, but that proliferation of APIs has created exposures and risks that need to be addressed proactively before an organization faces a devastating data breach, warned Pam Murphy, CEO at Imperva.
APIs are delivering huge business value, but people don’t know how many APIs they have in their organization, what they do or who controls them. And that causes massive security vulnerabilities, according to CyberEdBoard panelists Chase Cunningham and Richard Bird.
Organizations looking to adopt zero trust architectures are increasing pursuing service mesh rather than microsegmentation due to new innovations, said Ballistic Ventures General Partner Barmak Meftah. Microsegmentation excels at limiting the attack surface but comes with major overhead expense.
Application security and delivery vendor F5 will shrink its workforce by 9% due to customers delaying purchasing decisions amid macroeconomic uncertainty. The Seattle-based firm will lay off 623 of its 7,100 employees as part of a cost-cutting effort that includes reducing F5's facilities footprint.