APIs for Application Security


Looking for new APIs? Check out these security-minded companies working hard to keep your applications safe and sound in Postman’s latest featured list: APIs for Application Security. Play with these APIs by forking their collections to your own workspace, and explore the possibilities.

Let’s see who made the list.

Ping Identity

Ping Identity is an identity provider offering identity security for enterprises. The options for integrating login, registration, MFA, authentication, authorization, and more into your app can be overwhelming. The PingOne team created a series of collections to walk through each use case step-by-step. Try it out in this PingOne public workspace.


Fastly is a content delivery network (CDN) that offers application and API protection with web application firewalls (WAF) to detect and block malicious traffic. Via the Fastly API, you can perform any of the operations that are possible within the management console, including creating services, domains, and backends, configuring rules or uploading your own application code. Try it out in the Fastly public workspace.


Datadog offers monitoring and security as a service. You may be familiar with their observability platform, but they also offer security monitoring and management to detect real-time threats to your application and infrastructure. Try out their API in the Datadog public workspace.


Intel Security Libraries for Data Center (Intel SecL-DC) is an open-source, hardware-based cloud security solution to layer over your software-only security measures. The team created a series of quickstart collections to aid their customers in adopting and deploying Intel Security features. Explore attestation infrastructure, foundational security, or workload security use cases in one of their public workspaces.


Akamai is a content delivery network (CDN) with APIs to manage and customize your infrastructure, including an Application Security API to access and modify your configurations for various security services. Try it out in the Akamai public workspace.

These APIs cover different aspects of application security. Learn about them all, explore their APIs for free, and don’t forget about other Postman-featured APIs, workspaces, and collections in the Public API Network.

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