The Threat Stack Rest API provides a way to connect to a Threat Stack Organization and extract key information around security concerns in your environment. The API sends requests and responses in JSON format with access requiring authentication using an API Key. The endpoints are accessible via HTTP GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE methods that includes services for; Agent, Alerts, Audit, Rules and more. Threat Stack provides continuous security monitoring for public, private, and hybrid cloud infrastructures protecting servers, and the data they access, from intrusion and data loss.
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Threat Stack has released a new API that allows users to create security rules, send events to the platform, audit logs and more, all from within their existing DevOps tools. The company hopes that the API will enable DevOps teams to reduce the number of tools they must manage.