The OpenAPI Initiative is announcing today that Noname Security has joined as a new member. Welcome!
According to recent research commissioned by Noname Security, API Security Trends in 2022, 76% of those surveyed reported they had experienced an API security incident in the past 12 months. Noname covers API security across three pillars: posture management, runtime security, and API security testing. Noname Security is privately held, remote-first with headquarters in Silicon Valley, California, and offices in Tel Aviv and Amsterdam.
Noname works with 20% of the Fortune 500 and has won numerous security awards.
“As we continue our rapid growth, joining the OpenAPI Initiative brings immense value in bolstering every aspect of our platform from posture management to API security testing,” said Shay Levi, Co-Founder and CTO of Noname Security. “We are excited to be part of the OpenAPI Initiative and look forward to better serving our customers and their critical assets by supporting this vendor-neutral open source specification and ecosystem.”
To learn more about Noname Security, please visit: https://nonamesecurity.com/
Want to become a member of the OpenAPI Initiative? Find more information here: https://www.openapis.org/membership/join
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About the OpenAPI Initiative
The OpenAPI Initiative (OAI) was created by a consortium of forward-looking industry experts who recognize the immense value of standardizing on how APIs are described. As an open governance structure under the Linux Foundation, the OAI is focused on creating, evolving and promoting a vendor neutral description format. The OpenAPI Specification was originally based on the Swagger Specification, donated by SmartBear Software. To get involved with the OpenAPI Initiative, please visit https://www.openapis.org
About Linux Foundation
Founded in 2000, the Linux Foundation is supported by more than 1,000 members and is the world’s leading home for collaboration on open source software, open standards, open data, and open hardware. Linux Foundation projects like Linux, Kubernetes, Node.js and more are considered critical to the development of the world’s most important infrastructure. Its development methodology leverages established best practices and addresses the needs of contributors, users and solution providers to create sustainable models for open collaboration. For more information, please visit us at linuxfoundation.org.