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Forum Systems to Explore API Security Fundamentals at Midwest Summit

By | Date posted: April 17, 2018

BOSTON, April 19, 2018Forum Systems Inc., a pioneer in API security technology, today announced the Midwest API Summit, the latest event in the company’s continuing series dedicated to examining the fundamentals of API security.

Taking place Thursday, April 26, from 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. EDT at the Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown, the Midwest API Summit will feature Forum Systems CTO Jason Macy and other industry experts exploring the best practices in securing API-based architectures. During the event, Forum Systems will showcase how its award-winning Forum Sentry API security gateway is providing the foundation for an effective API security strategy.

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Forum Systems API Security Gateway Solutions Now Available on Carahsoft’s GSA Schedule

By | Date posted: April 4, 2018

API-driven vulnerabilities and hacks continue to make headlines, as seen with Coincube, Reddit/Mailgun and Roku. As a result, more people and organizations are (finally) awakening to the seriousness of the threat.

API security is critical to businesses with any type of digital presence, and the stakes are critical for the federal and public sector to protect data and applications. That’s why Forum Systems has continued to champion our unparalleled security-first pedigree and industry-first certifications with rigorous standards such as NIST FIPS 140-2 Level 2 and Common Criteria NDPP.
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Money Mule(Soft): Salesforce Acquires API Integration Company for $6.5 Billion

By | Date posted: March 28, 2018

Well, it has happened again.

Another tech behemoth has made a massive acquisition to bolster its cloud presence – this time in the most expensive cloud software deal in history.

Last fall, it was Google gobbling up Apigee; this week, it’s Salesforce subsuming MuleSoft.

Alliteration aside, what’s the significance of this latest deal, both for the broader industry and for Forum Systems’ customers and partners?
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IAM Attacks, IoT Hubs and API Security Spend, Oh My! We Present Our 2018 Predictions

By | Date posted: December 20, 2017

2017 was a devastating year in security: Equifax, Verizon, WannaCry – enough said. Even more so, the Instagram vulnerability, OneLogin breach, Circle with Disney web filter flaws, Oracle’s Identity Manager vulnerability and Wishbone hack hit close to home, reinforcing what we’ve been preaching ad nauseam: that IAM tools and APIs remain at risk.

The good news, though, is that C-suite executives are continuing to ramp up their investments in security technologies, practices, and education. According to CEB (now part of Gartner), 2017 was the seventh continuous year of budget increases for security; and looking ahead to 2018, Gartner predicts that information security spending will continue to grow, reaching a total of $93 billion.

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