Hackers are continually looking for ways to exploit API vulnerabilities, of which there is no shortage. Since 1999, there have been over 3,600 vulnerabilities involving APIs. 2023 is shaping up to be a banner year, with 342 API vulnerabilities reported in the Common Vulnerability Enumeration database already as of April 2023. On the one hand, APIs give application development teams great power, but on the other, they introduce potentially significant vulnerabilities.
This report evaluates the overall competitive position of four vendors, focusing on vendor stability, client strength, product features, and client services. This report profiles Cequence Security, FireTail Inc., Salt Security Inc., and TeejLab Inc.
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This report mentions 42Crunch, Advent International, Akamai, Akto.io, Alkeon, CapitalG, American Federation of Information Processing Societies, Apigee, Cloud Security Alliance, CloudVector, Curity, Data Theorem Inc., Dell Technologies Capital, DFJ Growth, F5, General Advance, Ghost Security, Google, Gravitee.io, Icon Ventures, Impart Security Inc., Imperva, KPN Ventures, LinkedIn, Menlo Ventures, Metlo, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Neosec, Noname Security, Open Web Application Security Project, Optus, Orca Security, Paladin Capital Group, Peloton, S Capital VC, Salesforce, Secure Octane, Sequoia Capital, Telstra Ventures, Tenaya Capital, Texas Department of Insurance, ThreatX, T-Mobile, T-Mobile Ventures, Traceable.AI, Twitter, Wallarm, Wib Security, Y Combinator, and Zscaler Inc.