Secure Code Warrior

Software is your colleague: A new perspective to strengthen access control and API security

Secure Code Warrior

Software is your colleague: A new perspective to strengthen access control and API security

Gartner correctly predicted that by 2022, API attacks would become the most popular attack vector; in the past year alone, API attack traffic has seen a staggering 681% increase.

Better security requires treating APIs like human users to protect against their inherent flaws and vulnerabilities. The developer community is uniquely positioned to lead that effort.

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Gartner correctly predicted that by 2022, API attacks would become the most popular attack vector; in the past year alone, API attack traffic has seen a staggering 681% increase.

Better security requires treating APIs like human users to protect against their inherent flaws and vulnerabilities. The developer community is uniquely positioned to lead that effort.

APIs act like flawed humans; is treating them as such the key to better cybersecurity?

Gartner correctly predicted that by 2022, API attacks would become the most popular attack vector; in the past year alone, API attack traffic has seen a staggering 681% increase.

Better security requires treating APIs like human users to protect against their inherent flaws and vulnerabilities. The developer community is uniquely positioned to lead that effort.

APIs act like flawed humans; is treating them as such the key to better cybersecurity?

Gartner correctly predicted that by 2022, API attacks would become the most popular attack vector; in the past year alone, API attack traffic has seen a staggering 681% increase.

Better security requires treating APIs like human users to protect against their inherent flaws and vulnerabilities. The developer community is uniquely positioned to lead that effort.