The 2022 Guide to API Security


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Sponsored by WALLARM



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Protecting applications and APIs has always been hard. Now, with an ever-evolving tech stack, it’s even harder. This webinar will outline a clear plan for your application and API security program and answer these key questions:

  • What are the new API security issues and where, exactly, are the risks? We’ll review the latest API vulnerability trends from our quarterly vulnerability report based on an analysis of real-world data from thousands of CVEs and bug bounty reports
  • Am I prepared? We'll review a simple checklist to get you started and assess how your existing application portfolio is protected against API-specific threats and abuse
  • How do I train my team? Maybe you have some AppSec/product security programs in place, that’s a good start. But what changes do you need to make now? And how do you train your engineering and security teams to be well-prepared to defend against API-specific risks?
  • Build versus buy? When do you really need off-the-shelf solutions from vendors? And when can you leverage brilliant OSS tools instead?
Co-Founder, Wallarm
Stepan is co-founder of Wallarm, an API security company headquartered in San Francisco. Stepan leads the growth and product strategy of Wallarm’s end-to-end security solutions, which are trusted by Fortune 500 companies. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences on technology, startup growth and product strategies.
Alex Diaz
Vice President of Security Solutions, Wallarm
Vice President of Security Solutions, Wallarm
Vice President of Security Solutions, Wallarm
Vice President of Security Solutions, Wallarm

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