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Berkshire Bank Selects Salt Security API Protection Platform

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Berkshire Bank, a community bank with office locations in New England and New York, has selected the Salt Security API Protection Platform to secure its growing ecosystem of APIs. The Salt platform enables Berkshire Bank to reduce business risk by shielding itself, its partners, and its customers from rising API-based cybersecurity threats, while augmenting the company’s zero trust security model.

Salt Security delivers an automated approach that empowers Berkshire Bank to streamline data protection as it continuously discovers all APIs. With the ability to capture and accurately inventory all API activity and automatically detect anomalies in API behaviors, financial service organizations can prevent API attacks that allow unauthorized access to accounts, defend APIs from account takeover (ATO) and protect their API rich web and mobile banking applications.

Salt Security delivers full lifecycle protection across build, deploy and runtime phases, including defending against the attacks outlined in the OWASP API Top 10 list. With the remediation insights uncovered by the Salt API platform, Berkshire Bank can strengthen and harden APIs in the development process to more confidently protect itself against attacks.

Berkshire Bank joins a growing number of financial services institutions that have chosen Salt Security to secure their and their customers’ critical data, including Ally Bank, Apiture, City National Bank, and Finastra, among others.

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