Mashups using the same API (2)
The growing use of APIs increases the potential security vulnerabilities that expose businesses and users to malicious intent. A recent study undertaken by Ovum and Distil Networks shows that a lack of clarity in who is responsible for API security means not enough is being done manage the risks.
This is the eighth part of ProgrammableWeb’s series on Understanding the Realities of API Security based on testimony by ProgrammableWeb’s editor-in-chief David Berlind to the ONC’s API Security and Privacy Task Force. This part looks at how to mitigate the security risks associated with APIs.
Box announced the general availability of its new Box Developer Platform. The platform provides the ability to create third party apps directly in the Box ecosystem.
||The NetIQ API integrates identity verification and user authentication into applications. It is available in REST architecture with JSON protocols. NetIQ provides security, identity, and asset...||Identity||09.22.2016|
Wapack Labs Cyberwatch
||The Wapack Labs Cyberwatch API integrates domain search into applications. It aims to be useful for security purposes, monitoring web activity. Available in JSON and CSV formats with API Key. Wapack...||Intelligence||09.16.2016|
PerimeterX Bot Defender
||The Bot Defender API is a service that protects websites from attacks such as price-scraping bots, brute force attacks, and click fraud. This service uses an approach based on dynamic behavior...||Security||09.05.2016|
||The Watchful Swagger API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Watchful with other applications and websites. Example API methods enable developers to backup, upgrade, and...||Web Site Management||08.30.2016|
Chicago Police Clearpath
||The Chicago Police Clearpath API supports the dissemination and sharing of crime information in the City of Chicago. It classifies crime incidents, campaigns, alerts, events and information sharing...||Crime||08.29.2016|