COLUMBIA, Md.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hopr, a leader in automated moving target defense security solutions for cloud assets, will be showcasing its novel automated moving target defense (AMTD) technology at RSA Conference in San Francisco, CA, April 24-27.
APIs are the entry point to a lot of private data, making them an attractive target for exploitation and theft. When exposed, back-end APIs are the most valuable targets for attack, as they often lack authentication due to the assumption that they are being accessed by trusted clients. The problem is not merely missing authentication - authenticated APIs are also under attack, suggesting that existing security mechanisms fail to protect clients and server APIs.
Hopr ensures that an attacker’s window of opportunity to exploit workloads or capture high value data in transit is closed. The company’s automated moving target defense protects workloads, APIs and data across all clouds by rotating credentials with high frequency, building end-to-end encrypted communication tunnels and verifying identities at both endpoints.
“At Hopr, our mission is to provide data-rich enterprises with resilient security, preserving the integrity of workload access and data,” said Tom McNamara, Founder and CEO of Hopr. “We are advancing the AMTD market with our revolutionary Code Hidden In Plain Sight (CHIPS™) technology, and we look forward to showcasing the innovative strides our company has made at this year’s RSA Conference. We look forward to connecting with both existing and potential investors, customers and partners while on-site.”
Hopr’s CHIPS™ technology was recently recognized by the 2023 Cybersecurity World Awards as the Silver Winner in API Management and Security as well as Gold Winner in Cloud Workload Protection. In addition, Hopr has joined the Google for Startups Cloud Program, enabling the company to accelerate product development, perform efficient software testing in large-scale use and explore new multi-cloud features.
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Hopr disables threat actors and their methods before an attack occurs. The company’s novel, award-winning automated moving target defense protects workloads, APIs and data across all clouds by rotating credentials with high frequency, building end-to-end encrypted communication tunnels and verifying identities at both tunnel endpoints. By establishing and verifying a chain of trust in each workload, Hopr streamlines the adoption of Zero Trust in cloud infrastructures – verifying credentials to prove identity before any workload is trusted. For more information, visit https://www.hopr.co/.