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It's time to take action on your APIs
APIs Are The #1 Attack Vector
Attacks are growing in frequency and maturity. Gartner recognizes APIs as the top attack vector in 2022
Business, Dev & Security Are In Conflict
Demands on development are pushing remediation efforts to the bottom of the backlog
Is Not Enough
API testing programs are difficult to implement leaving the business exposed
Existing API Solutions Aren't Stacking Up
WAFs, Gateways, and protection tools can't fix the remediation problem
of enterprise pros experienced an API security incident in 2020
of companies are lacking confidence in their knowledge about their APIs
increase in malicious traffic to APIs in the past year alone
increase in anomaly detection, bots and security analytics usage from 2019 to 2020
Only adding tech to the stack
just won't cut it
As attacks on vulnerable APIs increase, the window to fix them decreases, causing the likelihood of hacks or data breaches to soar. API Remediation has transitioned from a technology problem to a business-critical need, with financial losses, loss of productivity, reputation damage, legal liability, and business continuity problems potentially looming on the horizon.
Given the value and dependency of APIs, it's critical that organizations treat APIs like the first-class, corporate assets they are. This means providing a far more strategic, calculated approach to API Remediation. But with the complicated nature of the problem, technology alone will not solve it. This issue requires a more comprehensive, proven solution: ReactFirst.
How ReactFirst works:
By tapping into existing API infrastructure, we generate high-level, quality insight for executives and team leaders on remediation progress
Which APIs have had no consumers in the last 6 months?
Which APIs do not have an owner?
Which API owners have the lowest-performing grades?
Which API owners have not completed the survey?
Which high-use applications score below average?
Which department heads have below-average scores?
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