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Oct 14, 2021

Health-ISAC adds Salt Security to its Community Services Program Salt Security Offers Health-ISAC Members A No-Cost API Security Risk Assessment

Titusville, FL – October 14, 2021Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Health-ISAC), the global non-profit that provides the health sector with a trusted community for sharing cyber and physical security threats, is excited to bring Salt Security, the leading API security company, into the Health-ISAC group of Community Services with a special offer for Members.

Health-ISAC Community Services is a value-added partnership with select companies and organizations who embrace the Health-ISAC mission and are prepared to make a long-term investment to help strengthen the entire membership community.

“Our membership can receive a complementary API security risk analysis from Salt Security,” says Don Weary, Health-ISAC Director of Service Engagement. “In addition to the no-cost assessment, Salt will extend the value of its support for H-ISAC members by offering a 15-month term for the price of a 12-month term.”

Salt Security enables organizations to catalog their APIs, see where those APIs are exposing sensitive data, detect and block API attackers, and provide developer insights that improve API security posture. Using big data along with ML and AI, the Salt platform keeps API-connected data and services safe, even as APIs change.

“Salt Security is excited to partner with Health-ISAC and further its mission of supporting the community of global Health sector stakeholders so they can focus on improving health and saving lives,” says Michael Nicosia, COO and co-founder of Salt Security. “Offering Health-ISAC members this API security risk assessment will help members detail gaps in API documentation, pinpoint the APIs that are exposing PHI or other sensitive data, and identify API vulnerabilities.”

Learn more about the Salt Security offering for Health-ISAC members on the Health-ISAC website Community Services page:

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