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Balancing Large Language Model Adoption With Robust API Security

The popularity of Large Language Models (LLMs) has prompted an unprecedented wave of interest and experimentation in AI and machine learning solutions. Far from simply using popular LLMs for sporadic background research and writing assistance, LLMs have now matured to the degree where particular solutions are being used within specific workflows to solve genuine business problems. Industries such as retail, education, technology, and manufacturing are using LLMs to create innovative business solutions, delivering the required tools to automate complex processes, enhance customer experiences, and obtain actionable insights from large datasets.
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The Importance of Robust API Security in Insurance

When an incident occurs, from an unfortunate car accident to damaged business equipment, policyholders rely on mobile applications and online portals that collect information, open claims, and process them through automated workflows. Behind the scenes, an insurer's APIs handle what amounts to a policyholder's life story in data.
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Why a Zero Trust Approach is Essential to Mitigate the Threat of Unsecured APIs

With the move to hybrid working, the rapid adoption of cloud, increased use of mobile and IoT devices, combined with the ongoing drive to modernise and transform IT operations, the attack surface of every organisation has - and continues to - expand. Traditional boundaries have been blurred between businesses, suppliers, partners, customers, workers, and even home-life, with this ecosystem continuing to grow. Here, APIs are providing the connective tissue for modern applications and legacy infrastructure to co-exist. However, this means that the API attack surface is also rapidly expanding.
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The Role of APIs within Large Language Models and the Shift Towards a Multi-LLM World

With the arrival of Large Language Models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT, BERT, Llama, and Granite, the operational dynamics within the enterprise sector have significantly changed. LLMs introduce unique efficiencies, paving the way for innovative business solutions. LLMs currently stand at the forefront of technological advancement, offering enterprises the tools to automate complex processes, enhance customer experiences, and obtain actionable insights from large datasets.

Why Insurers Need Visibility Into API Risks

Why is API security crucial for insurance companies? Consider what happens when disaster strikes, from an unfortunate car accident to damaged business equipment. Policyholders rely on mobile apps and online portals that collect information, open claims, and process them through automated workflows. Behind the scenes, an insurer’s APIs handle what amounts to a policyholder’s life story told in the form of data. These APIs exchange: This proximity to data is what makes APIs a significant risk.

Embed API Security Into Regulatory Compliance: Six Examples to Watch

Why have forty-four percent of enterprises been fined by regulators due to API security incidents? Regulators are beginning to see what attackers already know: exposed or misconfigured APIs are prevalent, easy to compromise, and often unprotected. Every time a customer, partner, or vendor engages with your business digitally, there’s an API behind the scenes facilitating a rapid exchange of data, often sensitive.

Noname Security Platform Updates: 3.30 Release

The latest Noname Security 3.30 update includes a new feature that allows for convenient tracking of attacker IP addresses, as well as improved options for triggering workflows to resolve attacks faster. Additionally, the process of installing Noname Remote Engine on local Kubernetes clusters has been simplified.

How API Security Factors into DORA Compliance

Complying with data protection regulations isn’t easy, but it has traditionally involved dealing with familiar risks. For example, do your IT admins have the right amount of access to systems touching sensitive information? Review, remediate, report, and repeat. Compliance has been cumbersome, but workable. The problem is, today’s attack surface is nowhere near workable. And it’s evolving to include threats that most compliance programs aren’t yet accounting for.