The latest release of 42Crunch’s API security platform fully supports for Kubernetes environments, helping organizations automate API security and implement zero-trust security architectures that protect individual microservices.
42Crunch security deploys a 20 MB micro API firewall to protect microservices from attacks or vulnerabilities. The micro API firewall is deployed in sidecar proxy mode within Kubernetes pods, and incurs only sub-millisecond latencies when enforcing API security. As a result, individual API security policies do not have to be written and maintained manually.
The 42Crunch also provides a suite of features for integration with DevSecOps pipelines. This helps automate security across the API lifecycle. These features include:
- AUDIT: More than 200 security audit tests run against the OpenAPI specification detail how developers can strengthen APIs.
- SCAN: Live scans of API endpoints help discover potential vulnerabilities and discrepancies of API implementations versus API contracts.
- PROTECT: A launch service for the micro API firewall helps apply policies and protect APIs.
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