The 4 Easy Steps You Can Take to Assess Your API Security Posture

  • Needs Improvement: Action should be taken immediately to improve your API’s security.
  • Potentially vulnerable: Action is needed to improve your API security posture.
  • Sufficient: Your API security may be good enough, given its use and implementation; however, there is still room for improvement and to make it Airtight.
  • Airtight: You have implemented the best-in-breed and best technology in the industry to protect your API against threats. No further action is needed.

The 4 Steps to Assessing Your API Security Posture

One: API Inventory

Two: API Gateway Security Policies

Three: Web Application Firewall

Four: AI/ML API Security Engine Implementation

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