API security for enterprise-scale applications
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Give every API the protection it deserves
No two APIs are the same. Each API serves a specific functionality, reflected in the business logic that guides it. This is also where general-purpose application security solutions fall short: they focus on complex policies rather than enabling APIs to meet their business purpose.
By applying an NLP-based technology, Imvision’s Anomaly Management Platform (AMP) is able to analyze the unique dialogue for every API, understand the application’s behavior, and model complex relations within the data. This enables to detect and prevent breaches, by identifying anomalous behaviors and breaks at the application’s business logic level.
With Imvision, enterprises are set to accelerate their digital transformation by making sure every API is individually protected, and every API call is scrutinized – no matter how many there are.
Holistic API security solution, from code to production
Developers get relevant feedback during the design and testing stage, resulting in a more secure product
Detecting the unique bugs and vulnerabilities of each proprietary API in staging environments
Securing APIs through data-driven discovery, advanced controls and analytics, risk scoring, detection & prevention
Out of box deployment with all the platforms and tools you love working with
News & Updates
What a great way to (almost) end 2020. We’ve just announced a new technology partnership with IBM, offering a comprehensive solution to boost API security …
We all use a multitude of applications in our everyday lives: to transfer money, book car services, order a pizza, and so much more. We regularly provide these applications with sensitive information about ourselves, often without giving it an extra thought: our home address, phone number, email address, or credit card information. In many cases, we get more sensitive data back from a service provider, such as our account balance or medical records.
I can vividly remember as a kid visiting our local bank with my grandparents. The bankers were dressed up in neat dark suits, and only white or blue dress shirts were allowed. And ties, of course. We used to wait patiently in line to meet with the teller, our very own customer relations manager. Those were the days when personal touch was oh so important and we couldn’t really imagine performing any financial transactions on our own.