In today’s world of digital transformation, organizations are growing increasingly aware about the dangers of API threats and are taking action to close security gaps.

However, these organizations are frequently finding limitations in existing tools and practices to be major obstacles to fully achieving API security requirements.

DevOps teams continually work to ship more secure code through code scanning, vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, and better developer training. Meanwhile, SecOps teams strive to get the most out of existing investments in web application firewalls (WAFs), API gateways, and security monitoring. Yet Despite conventional security measures, companies are still getting breached due to gaps in API security.

So we teamed up with Security Boulevard to present the top API security challenges and how organizations can protect APIs in real-world environments.

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API Security Challenges

Have you heard about the increasing risk involved with  API attacks?

As APIs have proliferated across SaaS, web, mobile, microservices and IoT applications environments – and the quantity and sensitivity of the data transmitted have increased – API attacks have become more frequent and more complex, making them the number one threat for any company.

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) recognized API security as a primary concern, with nine of the top 10 vulnerabilities in their current OWASP Top 10 report including an API component.