Monthly Archives: February 2014

Roberto Medrano

When We Talk About API Security

APIs have changed the way that businesses operate, both at the functional level, and in the opportunities they have opened. Our customers are doing innovative things with their data and intellectual property – extending it to partners and customers, making it usable to developers, and making it available to create more users, all done through… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

API Security Resource Guide

To say that securing the data that is communicated and transacted among applications is one of the biggest concerns for software vendors and online services is accurate, but a huge understatement. Since data is essentially the currency with which companies attract users and conduct business, there is no room for it to be compromised. A… Continue reading →

Sachin Agarwal

Securing your Digital Channels and APIs against Threats

(Posted first on Wired Insight blog) As APIs have experienced ubiquitous adoption across IT and business, the opportunities for innovation and new business use cases are limitless.  So many creative new business models have emerged from new uses of APIs that we’ve collectively coined the term “API Economy” to describe what’s happening.  APIs are here… Continue reading →