Only Salt uses cloud-scale big data and patented artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze and correlate the activity of millions of users in parallel to identify and stop attacks early.
See all API traffic and maintain a baseline
Salt uses big data and patented artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze all API traffic and establish a granular baseline of legitimate behavior for your unique APIs. The platform maintains state across 100s of attributes of typical behavior for each user or entity, including attributes such as consistency of parameter input, frequency of requests, volume of response, and devices or addresses typically used. The Salt platform will adjust the baseline as your APIs change, avoiding false positives while keeping you protected in a rapidly changing environment – without the need for human intervention.
Identify malicious activity, even “low and slow”
The Salt platform correlates all user activities, so malicious behavior is identified early, during an attacker’s reconnaissance phase. By analyzing all API activity, Salt has the context needed to uncover the subtle signs of an attacker, distinguish between “different” vs. “malicious” activity, and stop attackers before they succeed.
Protect against top API threats
Salt identifies and stops the attacks that web application firewalls (WAFs) and API gateways miss. These proxy-based tools can’t see the full context of API activity and cannot correlate different transactions back to a common entity. Within a short learning period, the Salt platform creates a baseline of behavior for your unique APIs and protects your APIs from attacks including the threats outlined in the OWASP API Security Top 10.
Stop attackers before they succeed
Salt captures the full attack timeline, displaying it in our dashboard and sending the information to your SIEM for incident response teams to analyze. You can also opt to have the Salt platform automatically block attacks. Salt leverages integrations with inline tools such as API gateways and firewalls to block attackers before they succeed.