FireTail CEO Jeremy Snyder presented at the recent Apidays Connect Hong Kong. Watch his full talk entitled ‘API Security: Analysis of Breaches, Attack Vectors and Strategies.’
API Days Hong Kong has been the largest API ecosystem conference series in the region since 2020. With more than 3,000 attendees, 200 expert speakers and 100 compelling talks related to APIs, the 2023 event was a great success. Attendees learn about the latest news, research and development in the world of APIs.
With the increasing importance and popularity of APIs in modern software development and application design, it’s no surprise that APIs are becoming an increasingly attractive attack surface for bad actors. With that in mind, Jeremy Snyder took to the virtual stage to present a talk on ‘API Security: Analysis of Breaches, Attack Vectors and Strategies.’
APIs account for over 83% of all web requests today, and that number is continuing to grow. And as APIs rise in importance, API attacks rise in volume and impact. In fact, as of 2022, APIs became the leading web attack vector. In this talk, you will learn about:
The Importance of API Security - Real-world examples to highlight the importance of APIs and API security in the current, digital world.
A Decade of Data Breaches - Jeremy looks at past API data breaches and the evolving threat landscape with a comprehensive analysis of the most significant incidents over the last 10 years.
Addressing the Root Causes of API Security Breaches - Insights into common API security flaws and root causes of data breaches, and discover how to prevent them with best practices and the latest industry standards, including the OWASP API Top 10.
Challenges of API Security - Problems that organizations face as they expand their API footprint and change their architectures to be API-centric.
Effective API Security Strategies - Discover best practices for securing your APIs and mitigating risks, including real-world examples and practical advice for creating a comprehensive API security strategy.
For the slides of Jeremy's presentation, where you can learn more about API security, click here.