Identify all your APIs and the changes made to them, regardless of parameter differences. View all your sensitive data exposures in one place, and produce clear & exhaustive auditing reports.
Analyze all user activities simultaneously, even at the largest scale, to draw patterns from events scattered across multiple APIs, users, and locations.
Ensuring remedy to OWASP’s top 10 API security threats, like broken authentications or mass assignments, is a basic requirement of any up-to-date solution.
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WAFs and API gateways are proxy-based, therefore fall short in correlating scattered, suspicious transactions. Properly configured API security will surface the unfolding attacks as early as in their reconnaissance stage.
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We promote automated, self-auditing solutions which do the heavy lifting of gathering data, prioritizing threats, and consolidated, visualized reporting for your auditors.
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Due to the growing popularity of APIs by developers and hackers alike, OWASP issued top 10 API security threats which are slightly different than the typical OWASP top 10 web application threats: https://owasp.org/www-project-api-security/
API security solutions should be able to monitor traffic and seamlessly discover, map and learn the different APIs, their method, input parameters, traffic pattern and what is the normal use of them. Then apply ML/AI capabilities to alert when there is an abnormal use or attack on API endpoints.
Pros: the API solution can block API requests in real-time when it’s implemented inline.
Cons: in order to minimize false positives, the API security solution should be able to learn what’s a normal use of an API endpoint is and what’s considered an anomaly and suspected attack. In order to reach that level of context and accuracy, an offline analysis should be done based on an adequate amount of API traffic data, which is typical for an API security solution that is not deployed inline.