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August 8, 2022 11:00 AM

Q2 API Vulnerability Report: Are APIs Really A Threat?

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Earlier this year, Gartner wrote that “by 2022, API abuses will move from an infrequent to the most frequent attack vector, resulting in data breaches for enterprise web applications." [1] Midway through the year, is this being proved true by the facts on the ground? Is the threat real?

To address this, Wallarm continually collects and analyzes published API vulnerabilities and exploits. We dissect the data to look for trends and insights from a variety of perspectives, including software type, vendor, CVSS scores, CWEs and both OWASP Top-10 (2021) for web apps and OWASP API Security Top-10 (2019). We also look at publicly disclosed exploit POCs to determine where the risk lies.

In the 2nd of an ongoing series of webinars, Ivan Novikov, CEO & co-founder of Wallarm and noted security researcher, will reveal the latest API Exploits data and the implications to both organizational risk and your cyberdefenses.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How big is the problem, and how does it impact your security efforts?
  • How can you assess risk, and prioritize your fixes?
  • How real is the threat, and where should you focus?

Our speakers:

Ivan Novikov

Ivan Novikov

CEO at Wallarm

  • Product security professional
  • inventor of memcached injection and SSRF types of attacks
  • Speaker at HITB, Black Hat, and other industry events