Security and IT teams need to tackle this problem in a structured process that takes into account API application security best practices and procedures that constantly evaluate an organization’s APIs.
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A popular fairy tale told in IT circles is that the internet is built on a perfectly orchestrated 7-layer stack. A popular extension of this notion is that enterprises can secure their infrastructure using a layered approach to security. Like most fairy tales, there is some truth in these stories.
Today’s modern organizations are powered through mission-critical applications deployed in the cloud to drive their businesses. The building blocks of these applications are microservices developed by small teams of developers that enable rapid release cycles to deliver features to market more quickly. The connective tissue that binds these microservices together to work in tandem are APIs.
Better security rules increase false positives — which causes more complacency. Better tools for creating the context for more sophisticated rules and automated workflows can help.
What if we could reduce the time to detect a cyber attack all the way down to zero?