The API Landscape Assessment
API Discovery & Inventory
Process Tempo taps into existing API tools, gateways, API platforms, and other systems to create a single data source that is reflective of the APIs used across the organization. The result is an organized, standardized repository of API information - an API Catalog - that is generally the most comprehensive system of record an organization can possess around their APIs.
API Risk & Quality Scoring
Armed with the API Catalog, Process Tempo then conducts an API Ownership Audit. The audit connects APIs with specific people so the responsibility for remediating poorly designed APIs can be defined and tracked. Each API is then assessed from a risk and quality perspective using a pre-defined scoring template.
API Tracking & Reporting
Once API Risk and Quality concerns have been identified, the organization should immediately take steps to begin fixing and remediating these issues. Process Tempo supports this effort through pre-built, auto-populating dashboards and reports designed specifically for tracking the remediation effort.
Connect your API landscape into a single, unified effort and support all your API stakeholders - from developers, to product managers, to cybersecurity teams, to executives - with the full visibility and control into the API lifecycle required to continuously improve API security posture over time.
Reduce API Security Risk by Leveraging Graph Analytics
Enterprise security teams oversee an average of 76 security tools to respond to their cyberthreat challenges, creating a false sense of security and a failure to address underlying issues. This tunnel vision can prevent teams from seeing the full picture at a time where visibility and transparency is key to combat rising threat levels.
Without visibility into high-risk areas like your API Landscape, it can be extremely difficult to develop the executive oversight needed to close the gaps between your API-related tools and teams.
Discover how Process Tempo + Neo4j can help businesses develop visibility, establish executive oversight, and close the gap between API tools and teams: