PingIntelligence for APIs
CyberSecurity for Internal and External APIs
PingIntelligence for APIs applies AI models and big data analytics to continuously inspect and report on all API activity, and automatically discovers anomalous traffic behavior across an enterprise’s API environment. Bad actors are well versed in circumventing static security policies, so PingIntelligence was purpose-built to recognize and respond to rapidly changing, dynamic attacks unique to APIs without writing policies, rules, or code.
To learn more about attacks unique to APIs, read about common gaps in API security.
PingIntelligence for APIs was designed for flexible deployment to work in conjunction with the Ping Identity platform and integrate with your API gateway. Additional architectural flexibility is available with both inline and sideband deployment options, allowing IT to choose the model appropriate for their environment. The inline model offers a high-performance reverse proxy that can protect any number of applications. Alternatively, sideband deployment with an API Gateway or PingAccess provides the same AI-powered attack detection and comprehensive insight as the inline option without requiring network or infrastructure modifications.
Inline Deployment of PingIntelligence for APIs with an API Gateway
Sideband Deployment of PingIntelligence for APIs with an API Gateway
Sideband Deployment of PingIntelligence for APIs with PingAccess
protect internal and external apis
The PingIntelligence solution protects you from cyberattacks and provides deep insight into API activity on API gateways from Axway, Apigee, CA, IBM, Kong, Mulesoft, Tibco, Tyk, Red Hat 3Scale, WS02, Gravitee.io and more, as well as APIs implemented directly on app servers such as Node.JS, WebLogic, Tomcat and WebSphere—whether on-premises, in the cloud, or both. With deployment options including virtual machines, Docker containers, and bare metal environments, PingIntelligence supports automated installation and management scripts across common datacenter and cloud environments such as AWS.