You Can’t Secure What You Don’t Know About: APIs

In this LinkedIn post, Karen Lopez shares her conversation with NoName Security about the importance of API security. She explains that as APIs serve as the primary way of accessing data in present times, ensuring their security, especially considering technical debt, becomes crucial to avoiding data breaches. She urges organizations to consider solutions such as those offered by NoName Security, which include features to discover, classify, manage, and assess the vulnerabilities of APIs.

Noname Security at Security Field Day 9 Wrap-Up

Noname Security had the opportunity to present at Security Field Day 9, and this company blog post reports the highlights. The company delivered three informative sessions discussing the problem of API security and showcasing their comprehensive suite of solutions. The presentations were well-received by the delegates, and we’re thrilled to hear that Noname Security appreciated the engaging discussions and positive feedback received. We hope to see them back at Field Day again soon!

Safety in the API Jungle

Bruno Wollmann discusses the increasing security vulnerabilities and attack vectors exposed by APIs in today’s digital landscape. Noname Security presented at Security Field Day 9 and provides a comprehensive solution to address this issue. Their platform encompasses four key pillars: discovery, posture, runtime, and testing, allowing organizations to gain visibility, detect vulnerabilities, monitor traffic, and implement dynamic application security testing (DAST) for a proactive approach to API security. Read more of Bruno’s thoughts on his blog!

Embedding Security in the Code With Noname Security’s Active Testing V2

API security is front and center in cybersecurity, and integral to the future of APIs. Noname Security’s Active Testing v2 offers dynamic testing of APIs in shift left security, enabling organizations to infuse security deep within the code. By integrating security into the CI/CD processes, Active Testing v2 enables teams to proactively detect vulnerabilities and minimize the chances of API exploits. With its user-friendly interface and comprehensive testing capabilities, the solution empowers developers to embrace shift left security and ensure the early detection and mitigation of potential issues. Read about it at Gestalt IT or watch the demo live on the website.

Thirty-Six GigaToasters

In this episode of Chaos Lever, Chris Hayner and Ned Bellavance cover Security Field Day 9, highlighting presentations by Comvault, Noname Security, Cisco, Cribl, and NetAlly’s Cyberscope. They discuss Comvault’s ThreatWise platform, which focuses on ransomware detection, and the use of fake hosts and lures to trap potential attackers. They also mention Cisco’s new hardware firewalls, the 4200 series, and their multicloud network security model. Chris shares insights on NetAlly’s Cyberscope, a handheld cybersecurity analyzer.

Evolving API Landscape and Ensuring Secure Transitions With the Help of Noname Security

In this LinkedIn post, Lars Trøen reflects on his experience as a remote delegate at Security Field Day. He highlights the importance of API security in the rapidly evolving landscape of application programming interfaces (APIs). Trøen discusses the challenges faced in adapting to changing API standards and emphasizes the significance of making informed decisions and prioritizing web application security. Trøen also highlights the services offered by Noname Security, such as monitoring API calls and providing API testing, to facilitate smooth and secure API transitions.

You Are Your APIs

In this article, Alex Neihaus discusses the emerging category of API security products and the potential security vulnerabilities posed by APIs. He highlights Noname Security’s product, which was outlined at Security Field Day 9. Alex is impressed with the capabilities of Noname’s API security solution, including its ability to analyze network traffic and categorize APIs based on public domain names. The post emphasizes the importance of API security in protecting businesses and encourages readers to consider adding API security to their security product arsenal.

Safe and Sound at Security Field Day 9

Security Field Day 9 promises to showcase how security companies and teams are addressing ever-evolving cybersecurity threats to keep users safe. A lineup of prominent security companies will present their innovative solutions to reduce security risks, ensuring a better and secure user experience. Broadcasting live on June 28 and 29, we will see presentations from Commvault, HashiCorp, NetAlly, Cisco, Cribl, and Noname Security, highlighting their approach to enhancing data security and protection focused on critical areas such as backups and disaster recovery, multi-cloud defense, and Data Loss Prevention (DLP). Learn more about Security Field Day in this video featuring Tom Hollingsworth!