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December 9, 2020 4:00 PM

API security challenges

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According to the Gartner report web applications already have 40% of their attacks come through APIs instead of user interfaces. Analysts also predict that this number will increase to 90% in 2021. By 2022, according to Gartner, API abuses will become the most-frequent attack vector. According to Wallarm data, API requests constitute 53% of all the web-targeted attacks in Q3 2020.

Join our workshop to learn how to:

  • run OWASP Top-10 attacks tests
  • test API security threats prevention solutions for REST/SOAP/XMLRPC, and GraphQL
  • test application security solutions on false positives;
  • understand blocking and false positives statistics and prepare custom reports

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Our speakers:

Stepan Ilyin

Stepan Ilyin

Co-Founder of Wallarm