Shift Left - Azure DevOps Pipelines & Noname Security API Active Testing

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Learn how to automate API security testing in an Azure DevOps Pipeline with more than one hundred (100+) Noname Security ready to run test cases that cover API specific common weaknesses and vulnerabilities. Noname has productized test cases for the OWASP top 10 API Security vulnerabilities including Broken Object Level Authorization, Broken User Authentication, Excessive Data Exposure, Lack of Resources & Rate Limiting, Broken Function Level Authorization, Security Misconfigurations with load balancers and API Gateways and Cloud infrastructure components, Malicious Code Injection detection and prevention capabilities, and many more.


Ryan Bagnulo

Noname Security, Technical Director, Ethical API Security Expert

Over 20 years of Ethical Hacking & Distributed Systems Best Practices Experience, Former Cloud startup CISO, and Solution Architecture expert focused on ESB middleware and API Gateways

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