Software AG enhances API security capabilities through new partnerships with Cequence Security, Salt Security, and Noname Security
Darmstadt, Germany - Software AG (Frankfurt MDAX: SOW) has entered into new solution partnerships with Cequence Security, Salt Security, and Noname Security. These steps will enhance its API security offering and make it easier for businesses to discover and remediate all of their APIs, from modern to legacy. With these broadened security capabilities, Software AG customers can quickly and easily address their most pressing API security needs: from securing vulnerabilities to automating the detection of and response to API attacks.
APIs are enabling a digital transformation for enterprises on a global scale. However, with the exponential growth of APIs also comes a range of security challenges which can potentially leave businesses vulnerable to threats. Organizations need a solution that is proactive against API and security vulnerabilities, provides visibility and discovery of all APIs, and that can stop API attacks in real-time. Software AG has partnered with Cequence Security, Salt Security, and Noname Security, to enhance its API security offering and provide a comprehensive approach to stopping attacks before they can cause any harm.
Together, these partners and Software AG help customers to:
Suraj Kumar, General Manager of API, Integration and Microservices at Software AG, commented: “API security is a top priority for enterprises looking to protect their essential data and services from increasingly sophisticated attacks. And for good reason – APIs are the interface to the business, and many of them have already been affected by API security vulnerabilities. At Software AG, we’ve taken the crucial steps necessary by strengthening the security of our API Management solutions and augmented our security capabilities by partnering with three leading edge API security businesses to provide our customers with the best solution to protect their organizations.”
Software AG’s industry leading full lifecycle API Management platform continues to grow its ecosystem of partners that provide the highest level of API security, ensuring that, as API usage continues to grow, they can protect not only the organization, but its customers, data and bottom line in today’s fast-paced, digital economy.
Read more about how Cequence Security, Salt Security, and Noname Security can help bolster API security.
About Cequence Security
The Cequence API Security Platform offers a prevention first approach that unifies inline API threat prevention, holistic API discovery, inventory tracking, risk assessment and remediation. Cequence uses behavioral fingerprinting to prevent attacks natively, eliminating any reliance on third-party tools such as a Web Application Firewall (WAF). The Platform has proven to be effective in eliminating data governance violations caused by unintended data leakage and preventing online fraud, business logic attacks, and exploits, which helps our F500 customers remain resilient in today’s ever-changing business and threat landscape. Learn more at https://www.cequence.ai.
About Salt Security
Salt Security protects the APIs that form the core of every modern application. Its API Protection Platform is the industry’s first patented solution to prevent the next generation of API attacks, using machine learning and AI to automatically and continuously identify and protect APIs. Deployed in minutes, the Salt Security platform provides API design analysis pre-production, learns the granular behavior of a company’s APIs for runtime protection, and requires no configuration or customization to pinpoint and block API attackers. Salt Security was founded in 2016 by alumni of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) and serial entrepreneur executives in the cybersecurity field and is based in Silicon Valley and Israel. Learn more at https://salt.security.
About Noname Security
Noname Security is taking a complete, proactive approach to API Security. Noname works with 20% of the Fortune 500 and covers the entire API security scope across three pillars — Posture Management, Runtime Security, and Secure API SDLC. The D.A.R.T. API Security Methodology, is a framework which makes it easier for businesses to discover, analyze, remediate, and test all of their APIs. Noname Security is privately held, remote first with headquarters in Palo Alto, California, and an office in Tel Aviv and Amsterdam. Learn more at https://nonamesecurity.com.
About Software AG
Software AG is the software pioneer of a truly connected world. Since 1969, it has helped 10,000+ organizations use software to connect people, departments, systems and devices. Software AG empowers truly connected enterprises using integration & APIs, IoT & analytics and business & IT transformation. Software AG’s products establish a fluid flow of data that allows everything and everyone to work together. The company has more than 4,800 employees across more than 70 countries and annual revenue of over €800m, with the aim of exceeding €1bn by 2023