api-threat-protection

Does Securing APIs through Machine Learning Make Sense?

Does Securing APIs through Machine Learning Make Sense? API Security and Machine Learning The increasing number of API breaches paints a grim picture of how security of the developed APIs is evolving. Two recent incidents provide evidence. First, Uber was reportedly breached in 2019 where the attacker could simply use the victim’s phone number or …

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Cybersecurity Mastermind Series — 4/9/20 — COVID-19

Cybersecurity Mastermind Series — 4/9/20 — COVID-19 Getting Real with the CISO of The RealReal: Re-Prioritizing Budgets in a Post-Pandemic World Last week, CloudVector hosted its first Cybersecurity Mastermind series, focused on the impact of COVID-19. More than a dozen CISOs, representing five different industries responsible for thousands upon thousands of employees moving to remote …

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CloudVector Launches API Threat Protection

CloudVector Launches API Threat Protection CloudVector Advances State of API Threat Protection with Automated & Continuous Discovery ArecaBay rebrands as CloudVector, appoints Ravi Khatod CEO, gains $5M funding; CloudVector discovers, monitors and secures APIs to prevent data breaches LOS ALTOS, Calif., Nov 12, 2019 — CloudVector, the first API Threat Protection platform to go beyond …

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Microservices Needs API Security, but API Security Should Not Depend on Microservices

Microservices Needs API Security, but API Security Should Not Depend on Microservices APIs are the interconnect protocol in microservices architectures, and for this reason, API Security is an essential component of microservices security, besides, of course, the service platform security and container security itself. However, microservices architectures present opportunities and challenges for API Security implementation: …

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A Case For Securing API Actions. What Words Of Wisdom Two Thousand Years Ago Can Teach Us About APP Security

A Case For Securing API Actions. What Words Of Wisdom Two Thousand Years Ago Can Teach Us About APP Security Confucius taught us more than 2000 years ago: “Listen to his claims, but watch his actions.” Things are not what they claim to be. Such words of wisdom speak volume in light of the most …

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