[OWASP Top 10]: API Security Basics ~Series 1~ Security principles
We will cover the important security principles for API security standards.
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2: Zero Trust
Even for authenticated and authenticated API connections, threat protection methods should be used. Threat protection should be enabled for authenticated clients, approved API endpoints, and unauthenticated and unauthorized entities equally.
Therefore, it is called “Zero” trust.
3: Defense in depth
To protect critical data and information, a variety of protective systems are built.
If one mechanism fails, another immediately steps in to prevent an attack.
This multi-layered method with intended redundancy improves overall system security and handles a variety of attack vectors.
4: Least privileges
According to CISA, Least Privilege is
Only the minimum of rights should be granted to users who asks…