What will we cover
APIs provide a great way for applications to connect services and transfer data. But the downside is that with every API created and consumed – there’s an endpoint that could leave your applications and networks exposed to malicious attacks. With Gartner predicting API abuses to become the most-frequent attack vector by 2022, and API calls now representing 83% of all web traffic – API security is the new web application security.
Join our webinar with APIsec and learn how to embed API security into your application security and DevSecOps program to spot irregularities and apply crucial checks.
What you'll learn
What is an API and how they work
Fundamentals of API security and the benefits of getting it right
How a lack of API testing could introduce security issues and impact your DevOps
Real world breaches as a result of poor API security hygiene
Demo: How to embed API security testing into the development cycle and ship faster
Best practice for building an API security program that scales
Application Security Product Manager
Simon is a 20+ year veteran of the IT and IT Security industry, Having started his career as a developer before ‘Agile’ was even a concept, he then moved into an operational security role for a global manufacturing company before holding a number of technical presales and evangelist roles for a number of network and hardware security vendors. Now as a senior product manager for Outpost24, Simon brings uses his knowledge and experience to ensure customers are given the tools and solutions needed to run successful DevSecOps programs.
CMO and VP of Business Development, APIsec
Dan has held executive level roles spanning Products, Business Development and Marketing over the past 20 years at cybersecurity firms including ArcSight, Qualys, Anomali and others. At APIsec, Dan leads the company's marketing and business development efforts and is responsible for partnerships and channels. Dan holds engineering degrees from Cornell University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and an MBA from the University of Michigan.