Application developers can accelerate the pace of innovation in data security by making it easy for third parties to integrate with their platforms.
Open banking promises to make financial services apps more convenient, but there's still a lot of confusion about how financial firms will protect customer data from rogue third parties.
An older MacOS API is still being used by many developers, despite risks. While a new API has been released, it isn't considered to be a good replacement.
High-Tech Bridge released a report at InfoSecurity Europe 2017 highlighting some of the fastest growing application security threats to developers.
As the financial services landscape increasingly shifts toward digital solutions, it is more crucial than ever to secure API banking environments.
The new Google API allows a network service to obtain a hardware-backed cryptographic guarantee of the identities of a device and the user accessing it.
The X-Force Exchange API has undergone two significant changes since it went public in April 2015: Anonymous access disappeared and rate limits appeared.
Threat intelligence is a critical source of information that can enrich most security products and defensive strategies.
OAuth is an authorization and authentication protocol using APIs to enable a third-party website or application to access a user's data.
Learn about the security risks associated with server APIs and techniques you can use to comprehensively mitigate these API-related risks.