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Noname Security creates the most powerful, complete, and easy-to-use API security platform that helps enterprises discover, analyze, remediate, and test all legacy and modern APIs. Fortune 500 companies trust the Noname API Security Platform to protect their environments from API attacks, vulnerabilities, and misconfigurations. Noname is a privately held company headquartered in Palo Alto, California, with an office in Tel Aviv.

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API Security Platform

API Security? Done.
Noname Security protects APIs in real-time and detects vulnerabilities and misconfigurations before they are exploited. The Noname API Security Platform is an out-of-band solution that doesn’t require agents or network modifications, and offers deeper visibility and security than API gateways, load balancers, and WAFs.

Connect to Any Environment
The Noname API Security Platform can connect to any cloud or on-premises environment and provides flexibility and choice for customers to determine where they would like Noname to reside. With no agents, sidecars, or network modifications required, customers can say “goodbye” to operational friction and “hello” to Noname.

Discover All APIs, Data, and Metadata

Customers can find and inventory every kind of API, including HTTP, RESTful, GraphQL, SOAP, XML-RPC, and gRPC. They can discover legacy and rogue APIs not managed by an API gateway, and catalogue API data and metadata.

Analyze API Behavior and Detect API Threats

Through the use of automated AI-based detection customers can identify the broadest set of API vulnerabilities, including data leakage, data tampering, misconfigurations, data policy violations, suspicious behavior, and attacks.

Prevent Attacks, Remediate API Vulnerabilities

With the Noname API Security Platform customers can prevent attacks in real-time, fix misconfigurations, automatically update firewall rules, webhook into WAFs to create new policies against suspicious behavior, and integrate with existing workflows (ticketing and SIEMs).

Actively Test APIs Before Production

Most applications are tested before they are deployed into production. Most APIs are not. Customers can actively test APIs as part of the software development lifecycle to identify issues before production.

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