Salt Security Blog

Welcome to our blog about all things in and around the world of APIs and API Protection.

Chris Westphal

Is OAS Enough For API Security?

The OpenAPI Specification (OAS) (fka Swagger Specification) is a way to describe and and create API documentation for REST APIs along with their components such

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Chris Westphal

WAFs, What Are They Good For?

Get ready for episode number 3 of our video series called API Security With A Pinch Of Salt. In this episode, Adam and Chris answer the question – WAFs, what are they good for?

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Chris Westphal

The Importance Of API Documentation

It’s time for episode number 2 of our video series called API Security With A Pinch Of Salt. In this episode, Adam, Chris and Ran dig into the topic of the importance of API documentation.

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Chris Westphal

Using API Gateways For Security

Today we kick off a video series called API Security With A Pinch Of Salt where we dig deep into API security. In this first episode, Adam, Chris and Ran tackle the topic of using API Gateways for Security.

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Roey Eliyahu

Salt Security COVID-19 Update

Whether you’re already a Salt Security customer or considering Salt Security to help you protect your critical applications and services from API attacks, we want you to know, we are committed to API security and have comprehensive plans in place to ensure the Salt Security API Protection Platform remains up and running to support our customers.

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Adam Fisher

What Sutton’s Law Means For Open Banking

Bank robber Willie Sutton (1901-1980) did reasonably well making off with an estimated $2 million in illegal earnings throughout his career. He was a rash and resourceful robber who used disguises and trickery to achieve his ends. This included dressing as a policeman, window washer, maintenance man, bank guard, mover, Western Union messenger, and striped-pants diplomat.

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