How to Secure Your Applications Against API Attacks

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Application programming interfaces (APIs) are the linchpin of modern software. The ability to exchange data and access capabilities between different applications helps developers write software more quickly. Rather than write every line of code from scratch, APIs enable a building-block approach to application development.

While they make software easy to develop and use, APIs introduce new security risks including injection attacks and authorization issues. To secure APIs, you must understand custom code, library code, and third-party code.

In this webinar you’ll learn how to secure your applications against:

  •     Injection attacks
  • Authorization (can someone or something act on what was requested?)
  • Deserialization
  • Sensitive data and logging
  • Components with known vulnerabilities


Danny Bradbury

Contributing Writer & North America Webinar Moderator

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