API Security: How Are You Securing the #1 Attack Vector?
Proactively discovering security threats like ransomware, malware, data injections and more may be a part of your daily life by now. But did you know that Gartner predicts that in 2022, application programming interface attacks will become the most-frequent attack vector. And yet many security leaders do not even know how many APIs they have in their environments – never mind their level of security. So, what are you doing proactively to protect your environment from API vulnerabilities, design flaws and misconfigurations? Join our March meeting to better understand basic API security practices that all organizations can implement to create a more resilient security posture.
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Field CISO, Noname API Security
Robert is a seasoned information technology and security professional with over 17 years of experience. He joined the team at Noname Security, coming from the partner community. Before the partner side, he led Engineering and Architecture, Security and Compliance, and Project Management for a publicly-traded waste management company.
Robert brings a deep security background from being the liaison to the business in the CISO role, building and managing security programs, to exploiting and compromising systems as a penetration tester. Having spent years in various security roles and being a security officer, Robert is very experienced in regulatory compliance, passionate about security, and a Marine Corps Veteran.
March 8 : Virtual Event
Time Details: 5:00 PM – 6:15 PM
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