How to Secure Your Applications Against API Attacks

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Application programming interfaces (APIs) are the basic building blocks to enabling business applications and software to communicate and share data. Therefore, cyber-attacks targeting APIs can be a major headache to businesses, potentially leading to large-scale data breaches as well as causing massive disruption.

Yet, API security has never been more broken, with security teams unprepared for surging levels of attacks targeting these software intermediaries. In this webinar, a panel of experts will review the state of API cybersecurity and provide insights into how to protect these interfaces from an increasingly high volume of attacks.

Join this session to learn:

  • How cyber threat actors are targeting APIs and the potential consequences of successful attacks
  • How to protect APIs from being exploited, from defending against zero day attacks to writing secure API code
  • How to secure the API supply chain and gain visibility into a complete inventory of APIs running in your environments


Jonathan Care

Advisor, Lionfish Tech Advisors

James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Ed Moyle

Partner, Security Curve

    Jeff Williams

    co-founder and chief technology officer, Contrast Security

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