Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
Introducing Credential Stuffing Detection
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WEBINAR

September 13, 2023

NIST CSF 2.0, API Security, and CISO Imperatives

NIST recently released a draft of their Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) v2.0 for public comment. The NIST CSF was first introduced in 2014 and last updated in 2018. Over the years, adoption of the CSF as a tool for measuring, managing, and communicating about cybersecurity has grown.

However, the threat landscape has evolved. API vulnerabilities and attacks are a significant and growing concern for organizations. In this webinar, we’ll explore how the NIST CSF 2.0 impacts your API Security program, and how CISOs can use it to drive API Security initiatives. Attendees will learn: 

  • How the latest draft of the NIST CSF addresses API Security
  • How security leaders can drive API security initiatives with the NIST CSF
  • How your existing API security program needs to evolve with changes from 1.1 to 2.0
  • What the new Governance category means for your API security program

Join us September 13th, 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET.

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Our Speakers

Tim Erlin
Head of Product at Wallarm
Rajendra Umadas
Director of Security at ActBlue

Our Speakers

Tim Erlin
Head of Product at Wallarm
Rajendra Umadas
Director of Security at ActBlue

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