API Security

You can think of APIs as ports that software uses to communicate with each other. In legacy systems, it was considered sufficient to take action against traffic from port 80 and 443 for security. However, with the spread of distributed systems, applications communicate with each other from many endpoints. This has made it much more difficult to create a secure environment. In most cases, it can be proven with examples that legacy approaches are not sufficient for this expanding network of distributed systems. Legacy systems are very limited for their "API Security" and will not protect you from an attack and will only help you to track the history afterwards. Software that offers Web Application and API Security (WAAS) with new approaches allows you to find and fix vulnerabilities in your system - both east-west and north-south - by using OAuth support, rate limiting, zero trust, intelligent systems and many new approaches. The Web Application Firewall (WAF) that comes with WAAS even minimizes your attack surface and protects you from vulnerabilities in closed source code software that you have no control over.

Web Application and API Security (WAAS)

WAAS is a Web Application Firewall (WAF) designed for HTTP-based web applications. It secures web applications by analyzing and filtering traffic from applications and layer 7. You can secure not only north-south but also east-west traffic by sticking to containers on Kubernetes and container-based platforms on private or public cloud. WAAS solution offers API Protection, Access Control, File Upload Control, Detection of Unprotected Web Applications, Bot and DoS Protection along with WAF feature. You can also install it on your legacy *unix and Windows servers, expand your next generation WAF/WAAS solution's reach and prepare your organization for the zero trust model. 

Single Sign-On (SSO)

SSO solutions eliminate the need for users to create separate identities and remember different passwords when logging into different systems. It creates different passwords for systems in the background and allows the user to log into different systems with only one main account. Since it supports centralized password control, it provides the environment for setting standards for enterprise-wide security when reinforced with MFA. In addition, the SSO protects all your API accesses with secure token uses such as jwt, openid, SAML, OAuth2.