|The use of APIs to enable applications to interact across single and multiple corporate infrastructures is an ever more widespread activity. However, with the growing popularity of “public” APIs, i.e. ones that are exposed to developers outside the company that owns them, come security risks, as their very popularity makes them an interesting target for cybercriminals. Even more critically, the survey finds a lack of consistency in the way that security is incorporated into API development.
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API Security: A Disjointed Affair
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