How to Use Zero Trust Framework for API Securityby@z3nch4n
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How to Use Zero Trust Framework for API Security

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An average of 220 new APIs have been added every month since 2019. With broader adoption, APIs expose more sensitive data today than ever, making them a valuable target for attacks. 95% of respondents have experienced an API security incident within the last year’s survey by Salt Security:. The report highlights that shift-left tactics are not helping, at least on API security. The most significant attack rises by 271 by Remote Code Execution Execution Execution (RCE) or Remote File Inclusion (RFI) Hackers use RCE to steal information, compromise servers and take control of websites.

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