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"Successfully build and manage your API security in the digital economy"

Managing API Security in the Connected Digital Economy

Managing API Security in the Connected Digital Economy

White Paper: Akana

Managing API security in digital economy provides the capabilities you need to bring systems together, enhancing security and regulatory compliance, deliver better customer experiences faster and capitalize on new opportunities.

So how can you successfully build and manage your APIs security in the digital economy?

This whitepaper outlines the source of security risks with application program interfaces, and how to eliminate them in the digital economy. It addresses questions like:

  • What are the major API security concerns? How to ensure secure API use in the enterprise?

  • What are the API security testing tools and methodologies?

  • How to minimize cloud API security risks?

Inside this whitepaper:

  • Common API security mistakes- and how to avoid them

  • A Missed Opportunity: Securing the API Consumer

  • Best API Security Practices in digital economy

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What is Cloud security ?

A sub-domain of cyber-security, cloud security implies security of cloud computing infrastructure, applications, and data by applications of technologies and policies designed for the same.

What is Cloud software ?

Cloud computing software generally fall under the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. The software and the necessary infrastructure, used by cloud users, is provided and managed by the Cloud Service Providers (CSP). Cloud software includes fundamental business technologies like CRM, HRM, Sales Management etc. Examples: SAP SuccessFactors, Microsoft 365.

What is Application Programming Interface ?

Application Programming Interface (API), Application Programming Interface (API) have existed quite long time ago, since the invention of first computer programs. The first API was developed and released by Salesforce.com in the year 2000, reports developer.ibm.com. In the same year, Ebay released its first web-based API, followed by Amazon starting their new Amazon Web Services (AWS). This gave rise to a new API age, and reached a matured point of hosting external APIs letting the cloud service

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