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The 2022 API Security Checklist


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Sponsored by Wallarm


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Are your APIs compliant and secure? Guarding against common API security issues is only the beginning of your organization's security responsibilities. Your product security and DevSecOps teams—not to mention your engineering organization—-must be able to quickly detect and respond to security incidents that will affect your business and your customers.

Join Wallarm co-founder Stepan Ilyin as he walks through the 2022 API security checklist, which outlines the most common API security issues, their implications and mitigation strategies. APIs come in many flavors, including REST, SOAP, graphQL, gRPC and WebSockets. Each has its own use case and common vulnerabilities. 

Regardless of which APIs you have, join this webinar to learn:

  • How to address the most common API security issues
  • The key components of building your API security strategy
  • The tools that help product security teams keep up with the rapid pace of engineering and application deployments
Stepan Ilyin
Co-Founder - Wallarm
Stepan is co-founder of Wallarm, an API security company headquartered in San Francisco. Stepan leads the growth and product strategy of Wallarm’s end-to-end security solutions, which are trusted by Fortune 500 companies. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences on technology, startup growth and product strategies.

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