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ITProTV Technado Podcast With Roey Eliyahu

Chris WestphalChris Westphal
Oct 30, 2020

Salt Security co-founder and CEO Roey Eliyahu joined the Technado Podcast this week to discuss arguably one of the most vulnerable things security teams often overlook: APIs.

Learn why apps are built on APIs, the security risk APIs present, and best practices for securing APIs.

In the session Roey talks about how he got started in cybersecurity, what led him to start Salt Security, and his take on an API issue at Uber that left accounts vulnerable to attack. That and more from the Technado crew in the video below:

To learn more about how Salt can help defend your organization from API risks, you can connect with a rep or schedule a personalized demo.

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