MCLEAN, Va. (PRWEB) August 04, 2022
FireTail™, the industry’s first end-to-end solution for API security, will unveil their open source solution at BlackHat 2022. This offers a fully democratized approach for companies of all sizes to build more secure APIs, and ensure that they remain secure through deep, real-time inspection and cloud-based detection and response technology.
Black Hat, the producer of the cybersecurity industry’s most established and in-depth security events, has historically always featured an innovation showcase for cutting-edge open source technologies called the Arsenal. Past exhibitors include technologies that have become standard tools for cybersecurity operators, like Falco, Cotopaxi, and Semgrep. FireTail™ joins this illustrious group, demonstrating its leading API preventative security tool publicly for the very first time. The Arsenal will provide a hybrid option over the course of two days on August 10 and 11, welcoming researchers from the open-source community with demonstrations of innovative tools. FireTail’s demo and introductory presentation will also be available via online video stream.
On August 10, attendees can visit the Arsenal to gain deeper understanding into:
- A historical analysis of the most common misconfigurations in APIs that lead to data breaches.
- Theoretical approaches to designing secure code for APIs in a declarative manner, with a foundation in zero-trust concepts.
- How to incorporate an open-source technology code library into your API development in less than 20 lines of code.
Companies of all sizes, interested in API security, are encouraged to attend.
Founded in 2021, FireTail™ builds on more than 20 person-years of experience in cloud architecture and cloud security, bringing together the most relevant developments in the cloud and in the moving attack surface. More information is available at: FireTail.io. FireTail is backed by leading cybersecurity-focused venture capital firms.
Contacts Jeremy Snyder, FireTail, +1.703.828.5171, firstname.lastname@example.org