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Runtime Protection

Prevent attacks in real-time with runtime protection

Use automated AI and ML-based detection to identify API vulnerabilities, including data leakage, data tampering, data policy violations, suspicious behavior, and API security attacks.

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Detect and block API attacks

Noname Security Runtime Protection detects and blocks API attacks with real-time traffic analysis, out-of-band monitoring, and workflow integrations to increase SOC effectiveness.

Detect API Threats

Conduct real time traffic analysis with automated AI and machine learning detection. Use contextual insights for remediation.

Automate Remediation

Pursue manual or semi-automated remediation for various alert types. When issues become known to recur, leverage full automation.

Integrate with Existing Tools

Webhook into your WAFs to create new policies. Leverage workflows like JIRA, ServiceNow, Slack and SIEMs for alerts and ticketing.

Real-time Traffic Analysis

Behavioral-based anomaly detection allows you to conduct real time traffic analysis. Leverage contextual insights into data leakage, data tampering, data policy violations, suspicious behavior, malicious bots and API security attacks.

Workflow Integrations

Shorten Mean-Time-To-Resolution (MTTR). Remediation is integrated with your existing IT workflow management system like Jira, ServiceNow, or Slack. This means issues can automatically be assigned to the appropriate teams as they are identified.

Out-of-Band Monitoring

Noname’s innovative approach to API security runs completely out-of-band so there are no network changes required and no cumbersome agents needed. We simply mirror traffic from a number of determined data sources and use that data to perform passive network traffic analysis.

Runtime Protection FAQs

What is API Runtime Protection?

API runtime protection refers to the process of securing APIs during their normal functioning as they operate and manage requests. The idea is to identify and prevent malicious API requests. Runtime security guards APIs against a range of threats that emerge after deployment.

What is Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP)?

Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) is a technology that helps protect web applications from malicious attacks. It works by monitoring the application’s runtime environment and identifying any suspicious activities that could indicate an attack. RASP can also block attacks in real-time, making it an effective way to protect your web applications from cyber threats.

API Runtime Protection vs Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP)

Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) and API Runtime Protection tools are very similar in nature though they address different layers of your environment. RASP tools are traditionally used for application security, while API runtime protection has a more granular focus on APIs.

Why do you need API Runtime Protection?

Runtime protection identifies unusual patterns and anomalies in API use and data access so ongoing attacks that might otherwise slip under the radar can be identified and remediated before thousands or millions of data records have been compromised.

Can API runtime protection integrate with existing tools?

The best API security platforms also integrate with existing security systems. The API security platform reports any suspicious behavior, misconfigurations and data policy violations to the API gateway, SIEM system, and other application security engines in order to inform the larger security team. Your organization can then choose to remediate any issues manually or automatically depending on the severity of the threat.

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