As more organizations turn to APIs in their digital transformations, there’s an emerging security threat that requires consideration. It’s actually an old threat—the denial of service (DoS) attack—that’s using a different attack vector: APIs.
Under the Affordable Care Act, healthcare payers must carefully monitor quality of care, performance metrics, and member satisfaction; high performance and quality can lead to a coveted five-star rating. Predictive analytics and big data can play a big role in helping insurers get there.
APIs accelerate agility, empower developers, and enable innovative business strategies. But how do you ensure the security of your API architecture as you expose your corporate data to mobile apps, developers, and partners? Does your API security framework enable DevOps agility and a scalable security model for IT?
In this webcast, Apigee’s Tim Mather and Subra Kumaraswamy discussed API security considerations for DevOps, CSOs, and security professionals.
Successful digital transformation enables an enterprise to drive revenue, increase customer satisfaction, and win competitive advantage through new digital channels and experiences. To get there, chief digital officers must be able to juggle priorities and manage investments, starting deep within an enterprise’s processes and tools and extending out to the cutting edge of consumer experience. In this webcast, Bryan Kirschner and Kumar Srivastava discussed these six key KPIs and how to assemble them into a highly effective dashboard.
Like the traffic engineers and transportation departments that design highway signage, enterprises face a challenge when mapping, building, and optimizing digital customer journeys. To create innovative and information-rich digital experiences that provide customers with a satisfying journey, a business must understand the stages and channels that consumers travel through to reach their destination.
We at Apigee obviously believe in the power of APIs. But APIs are not just for our customers and users to build out. APIs have to be central to our product—in other words, everything we put out as a product must have an API. Perhaps not so obviously, APIs also must be the way we run our company.
With the explosive growth in API use in every sector, CEOs and business unit leaders at enterprises that are undergoing digital transformations are calling upon their chief security officers and chief information security officers to ensure the security of APIs. With this in mind, our new eBook, Securing the Digital Enterprise, provides a framework to help CSOs and CISOs consider API security.