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Noname Advanced API Security for IBM

API Security requires Machine Learning because it is a superhuman problem to solve. With the strong partnership between Noname Security and IBM, you can protect all of your APIs and leverage the game-changing capabilities of AI/ML solutions like Watsonx to drive a faster and more secure API security practice. Learn how you can start accelerating your API security today.

Improving Security with Wallarm's NIST CSF 2.0 Dashboard

Ensuring the security of web applications and APIs is more critical than ever. With threats becoming increasingly prevalent and sophisticated, organizations need to employ comprehensive security measures to protect their digital assets. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0 stands at the forefront of these efforts, offering a structured approach to managing cybersecurity risks.

Noname Security Secures Coveted Position on CRN's 2024 Security 100 List

Noname Security announces that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Noname Security to its Security 100 list. The list recognises leading IT security vendors committed to working hand-in-hand with channel partners to protect businesses from cybersecurity threats.

Tyk Gateway API Calls To Graylog API Security

Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are the backbone of modern software development, enabling seamless communication between various systems and services. As organizations increasingly rely on APIs to power their applications and services, the need for robust API management and monitoring solutions becomes paramount. Capturing API calls and gaining insights into their behavior can significantly enhance the development, troubleshooting, and security of APIs.

What is Business Continuity Planning (BCP) - Definition, Impact and Elements of a Good BCP

A business continuity plan, or BCP, is a collection of procedures organizations use for maintaining their operations during times of crisis. It is a cross-functional guide that includes communication and collaboration plans, as well as back-up procedures. A well-developed BCP can help organizations avoid disruptions when dealing with unexpected outages.

What is Defense in Depth? - Definition, Examples, and Strategic Implementation

Defense in Depth (DiD) is a cybersecurity strategy that involves deploying multiple types of defensive layers. The underlying theory holds that digital assets will be better protected if a malicious actor has to penetrate more than one barrier to succeed in an attack.

APIs and automation: The good, the bad, and the better

APIs are often adopted by businesses as a way to automate certain operational tasks. This not only helps to introduce efficiencies, it also reduces the chance of human error in repetitive, manual actions. But the relationship between APIs and automation doesn’t end there. To streamline the API management process, developers have started automating a variety of tasks in the API lifecycle, from development to production.