Preventing an API attack
Of all the companies PK consulted last year on API security, 75% had security violations, and 45% had severe vulnerabilities.
API use among organizations continues to grow exponentially, and though this means more opportunities for better digital customer experiences, it also means more risk. To address today’s security concerns, organizations need to eliminate risk before it happens. In my latest webinar, Preventing an API attack, I shared the best practices and processes to manage API security concerns across the enterprise, including proven shift-left techniques successfully deployed in Fortune 500 companies; how to leverage standards and patterns, integrated security, and automation; and communications and training to stop an API attack before it happens.
APIs that go untested can pose a significant risk to brand reputation and consumer trust. Yet many organizations aren’t able to tell if their APIs are exposed. With the information shared in this webinar, brands can take the necessary steps to become more digitally secure.
If you missed the webinar, or would like to experience it again, watch the video below.
About the presenter
Lou Powell brings a steadfast drive for innovation to his role as partner at PK, a Google Apigee agency that was awarded a 2019 Apigee Partner of the Year distinction. At PK, he works closely with businesses to create pioneering experiences and accelerate outcomes, unlocking greater value and market leadership. He worked in advertising and digital marketing before launching his own business, Vanick Digital, which he led for 19 years before acquisition by PK. Lou is a lifelong student of technology pattern adoption and the practices of tech natives, and he brings a design-thinking approach to technology in all of his work. His thought leadership has appeared in the Forbes Technology Council community.Tags: API, API security