Protecting APIs from attacks
Apigee Sense works with the Apigee Edge API management platform to protect APIs from attacks. It identifies and alerts administrators to suspicious API behaviors. These warnings empower admins to apply corrective actions to maintain user experience and protect backend systems. Critically, Apigee Sense automates protection against future attacks.
Intelligent API security
Analyze call patterns from API metadata captured on the Apigee API platform to build Apigee Sense algorithms that identify anomalies.
Apigee Sense’s analysis engine examines metadata and characterizes every request from each client, flagging those whose request patterns look suspicious. Analysis includes detecting threat patterns in the API layer and behavior monitored in the background.
Get alerts when a suspicious client is identified, so administrators can determine policy implementation. Apigee Sense automates responses to threats based on administrator rules, running as a closed-loop system in the background.
Apigee Sense features
Advanced risk analytics
Visual dashboards that provide bot analytics, trends, and actionable intelligence.
Automated risk mitigation
Configurable countermeasures like blocking, throttling, and ensnaring of bots.
Complete API security solution
Complete, one-stop API security infrastructure to protect API traffic.
Data-driven risk models
Monitor billions of API calls, identify anomalies, and uncover bad bot patterns.
We focus on the fan, making our APIs available to developers and partners to build unforgettable experiences for them. The key to making our APIs available is following best practices for API security such as authentication, authorization, rate limiting and using Apigee Sense for threat protection.Ismail Elshareef, SVP, Fan Experience and Open Platform at Ticketmaster
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