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TechStrongTV interviews Jyoti Bansal, 3-time entrepeneur, about his latest startup in the cloud native application security space, Traceable AI.
The Traceable AI product overview, summarized in a hand-out format.
In this 12 minute video see an overview of Traceable Defense AI and how it uses security observability with artificial intelligence and machine learning to secure modern application architectures and their API’s.
This e-book offers a warning on what happens when you overestimate the security of your APIs. It provides a look into the tactics and techniques of API hacker Alissa Knight.
Aaron Lieberman shares best practices and insights into API security. This eBook is intended for developers, technical leads, architects, and leaders interested in building and securing a robust API environment.
Learn about Traceable and hear from expert customers and advisors about cloud-native application security
Learn how modern application architectures are driving an evolution and transformation in how applications are protected and secured.
New technologies are revolutionizing software development, but they potentially come with their own vulnerabilities. Is modern application development leaving you open to attack?
Requirements for securing modern applications. Learn how application security must evolve to protect modern cloud-native applications.
Learn about APIs and why they are so important for securing your web applications.
Using machine learning for cloud-native application security
In this webinar, Jyoti Bansal, CEO and Founder, Traceable.AI and Harness.io, explains how the new technologies of micro services, APIs, and cloud-native architectures have created new attack surfaces and potential vulnerabilities, and the things we are doing to help close the gaps.
Alan Shimel , Founder of Security Boulevard and Ashish Kuthiala, CMO of Traceable AI, discuss the importance of API Security for engineering teams and how to get get started.
The growing use of APIs means new API attack surfaces and methods that today’s security tools are inadequate to protect against. We’ll discuss what’s changed and what you can do about it.
Leading CISOs share their insights on cloud-native application security challenges and solutions
Episode I: Project Background and the Most Significant Threat to APIs
Episode II: Broken User Authentication, Excessive Data Exposure, Resources & Rate Limiting, and Broken Function Level Authorization
Episode III: Mass Assignment, Security Misconfiguration, Injection, Improper Assets Management, and Insufficient Logging & Monitoring
Episode IV: The Attacker’s Perspective, Approaches To API Pentesting, Best Tools For Finding Entry Points
Presentation to API Days London on API security and why we need to change our approach to application security given the new landscape of cloud-native, microservices and API-driven applications. Also covers Traceable AIs approach.
APIs are such a valuable asset to bad actors, but many organizations have not yet woken up to the realities of the need to protect their APIs from abuse. Aaron Lieberman (Big Compass), Dan Gordon (Traceable AI) cover how to go about doing so.
Come hear about the latest protocols supported in Traceable AI.
With digital transformation in the financial service sector accelerating faster than ever, securing the technologies has never been more important. Our panelists explore the new challenges.
RASP, or Runtime Application Self-Protection, is a modern security technology that protects web applications from attacks during runtime. We’ll take a deeper look into RASPs. What their advantages are, and what their disadvantages are.
Observability plays an important role in a world full of modern cloud-native applications. It helps us to understand complex architectures, the root cause of the problems, and performance issues easily. In this Panel discussion, we will discussour panelists’ visions around observability.