Cyber Defense News API

Cyber Defense News API

The Cyber Defense News API provides news on cybersecurity threats, trends and developments, aggregating content from a variety of sources.

API description

About the API:  

The Cyber Defense News API designed to provide access to a wide range of cybersecurity-related news articles and updates. In today's digital landscape, staying informed about the latest cybersecurity threats, trends and news is crucial for users. The Cyber Defense News API provides a comprehensive solution for accessing timely and relevant news from a variety of sources, helping users stay up to date on the constantly evolving cyber threat landscape.

With the Cyber Defense News API, users can retrieve news articles, blog posts, press releases and other relevant cybersecurity-related content from a wide range of sources, including leading cybersecurity news websites, blogs, industry publications and more. This API aggregates and organizes news content from multiple sources into a single, easily accessible platform, eliminating the need to visit multiple websites or manually search numerous news sources.

One of the key features of the Cyber Defense News API is its updates, which ensure that users have access to the latest cybersecurity news as soon as it is published. Whether it's information on emerging cyber threats, data breaches, new malware strains, security vulnerabilities or industry trends, the API provides timely news updates to keep users informed and aware of potential risks and challenges.

The API also enables integration with other systems and platforms, making it easy for users to incorporate cybersecurity news content into their own applications, websites, dashboards or internal systems. Whether for threat intelligence analysis, risk assessment, incident response or security awareness training, the ability to access and integrate cybersecurity news content from the API improves the effectiveness and efficiency of various cybersecurity-related workflows and processes.

Overall, the Cyber Defense News API is a valuable resource for staying informed on the latest cybersecurity news, trends and developments. By providing access to timely and relevant news from a variety of sources, the API helps users anticipate emerging threats, make informed decisions and take proactive steps to protect their organizations, assets and information from cyber threats and attacks.

 

What this API receives and what your API provides (input/output)?

It will receive parameters and provide you with a JSON.

 

What are the most common uses cases of this API?

  1. Threat Intelligence Gathering: Use the API to stay informed about the latest cyber threats, vulnerabilities, and attack techniques.

    Security Awareness Training: Incorporate news updates from the API into security awareness training programs to educate employees about current cybersecurity risks.

    Incident Response: Monitor the API for news about recent cyber incidents and breaches to inform incident response strategies and mitigate similar threats.

    Risk Assessment: Utilize news articles from the API to assess potential cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities within your organization's systems and networks.

    Regulatory Compliance: Stay updated on cybersecurity-related regulations and compliance requirements by monitoring news updates from the API.

     

Are there any limitations to your plans?

Besides the number of API calls, there is no other limitation.

API Documentation

Endpoints


To use this endpoint just run the endpoint and you will get cyber security news from various sources.



                                                                            
GET https://zylalabs.com/api/3541/cyber+defense+news+api/3884/all+news
                                                                            
                                                                        

Test Endpoint

API EXAMPLE RESPONSE

       
                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            [{"title":"Op-Ed: The cyberattack on Los Angeles schools could happen anywhere","url":"https://www.latimes.comhttps://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2022-10-11/cybersecurity-ransomware-schools-los-angeles","source":"latimes"},{"title":"The market has lofty expectations for cybersecurity stocks, says Deep Instinct CEO Lane Bess","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/video/2024/02/20/the-market-has-lofty-expectations-for-cybersecurity-stocks-says-deep-instinct-ceo-lane-bess.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"Here's another sign our go-to cybersecurity stock should climb even higher in 2024","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/2024/02/08/another-sign-our-palo-alto-networks-should-climb-even-higher-in-2024.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"Fortinet results boost cybersecurity stocks after past outlook misses hit the group","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/2024/02/07/fortinet-financials-boost-cybersecurity-stocks-after-past-outlook-misses.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"Companies need to understand that cyber risk is business risk, says fmr. CISA director Chris Krebs","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/video/2024/02/01/companies-need-to-understand-that-cyber-risk-is-business-risk-says-fmr-cisa-director-chris-krebs.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"What Microsoft’s hack means for its big cybersecurity franchise and rivals","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/2024/01/22/what-microsofts-hack-means-for-its-cybersecurity-franchise-and-rivals.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"Organizations all over the world are now much more vulnerable to cyber threats, says HCLTech","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/video/2024/01/18/organizations-all-over-the-world-are-now-much-more-vulnerable-to-cyber-threats-says-hcltech.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"3 reasons why investors keep sending cybersecurity giant Palo Alto to record highs","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/2024/01/16/3-reasons-why-investors-keep-sending-palo-alto-networks-to-record-highs.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora on the cyber threat landscape, impact of AI on cybersecuirty","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/video/2024/01/16/palo-alto-networks-ceo-nikesh-arora-on-the-cyber-threat-landscape-impact-of-ai-on-cybersecuirty.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"CrowdStrike CEO on 'dark AI': You're going to see more cybercrime happening quicker than ever before","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/video/2024/01/11/crowdstrike-ceo-on-dark-ai-youre-going-to-see-more-cybercrime-happening-quicker-than-ever-before.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"China and cybercriminals are targeting American AI companies, FBI's Wray says","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/2024/01/09/china-and-cybercriminals-are-targeting-american-ai-companies.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"Zscaler CEO Jay Chaudhry on cybersecurity in 2024","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/video/2024/01/02/zscaler-ceo-jay-chaudhry-on-cybersecurity-in-2024.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"VF Corp. shares tumble as it says cyberattack could hamper holiday fulfillment","url":"https://www.cnbc.comhttps://www.cnbc.com/2023/12/18/vans-owner-vf-corp-shares-tumble-after-cyberattack.html","source":"cnbc"},{"title":"\n\n\n\n<img alt='Learn How to Build an Incident Response Playbook Against Scattered Spider in Real-Time' decoding='async' loading='lazy' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEjjJ43v0d1Jh8YZpkVuvVG7m1YhA6V-o-Lu5gTkais8HwdZi2M3-jv3abl-5cWw__jGLaHkVCljHzYl3O3Xy825dnLDvQBVNdgDmSznlZ0HmMPrsnIa3cQKtbz54Snz_taPYd8o7KbKwNmRF2RKTfPhxwWnfYgqTGvPuXVGBDFEf5OYlfDD2HxAS9yhxA86/s728-rw-e365/sf.jpg'/>\n\n\nLearn How to Build an Incident Response Playbook Against Scattered Spider in Real-Time\n\nFeb 20, 2024\nWebinar / Incident Response\n\n In the tumultuous landscape of cybersecurity, the year 2023 left an indelible mark with the brazen exploits of the Scattered Spider threat group. Their attacks targeted the nerve centers of major financial and insurance institutions, culminating in what stands as one of the most impactful ransomware assaults in recent memory.  When organizations have no response plan in place for such an attack, it can become overwhelming attempting to prioritize the next steps that will have a compounding impact on the threat actor's ability to retain access to and control over a compromised network. Silverfort's threat research team interacted closely with the identity threats used by Scattered Spider. and in fact, built a response playbook in real time to respond to an active Scattered Spider attack. This webinar will dissect the real-life scenario in which they were called upon to build and execute a response plan while attackers were moving inside an organization's hybrid environme\n\n\n","url":"https://thehackernews.com/2024/02/learn-how-to-build-incident-response.html","source":"thn"},{"title":"\n\n\n\n<img alt='Iran and Hezbollah Hackers Launch Attacks to Influence Israel-Hamas Narrative' decoding='async' loading='lazy' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEhe9cyUDpU3twM_ET51t5e6ZKDLskh1x1KjkllD_NO9BdtlEcsmqUNH7U8EbyIesBNV75DRKqZS6f07b1-92clg1QEFG8D0PhGsW1eNE1l8Or_OOqALz0plyozjyCKijBgaVBNpeAXn557uFzLAkGrPyE29AUxeQXfbJuSfIhastZ_3cBlnskCAV37993Da/s728-rw-e365/cyberwar.jpg'/>\n\n\nIran and Hezbollah Hackers Launch Attacks to Influence Israel-Hamas Narrative\n\nFeb 20, 2024\nHacktivist / Cyber Attack\n\n Hackers backed by Iran and Hezbollah staged cyber attacks designed to undercut public support for the Israel-Hamas war after October 2023. This includes destructive attacks against key Israeli organizations, hack-and-leak operations targeting entities in Israel and the U.S., phishing campaigns designed to steal intelligence, and information operations to turn public opinion against Israel. Iran accounted for nearly 80% of all government-backed phishing activity targeting Israel in the six months leading up to the October 7 attacks, Google said in a new report. \"Hack-and-leak and information operations remain a key component in these and related threat actors' efforts to telegraph intent and capability throughout the war, both to their adversaries and to other audiences that they seek to influence,\" the tech giant  said . But what's also notable about the Israel-Hamas conflict is that the cyber operations appear to be executed independently of the kinetic and batt\n\n\n","url":"https://thehackernews.com/2024/02/iran-and-hezbollah-hackers-launch.html","source":"thn"},{"title":"<img alt='Midnight Blizzard and Cloudflare-Atlassian Cybersecurity Incidents: What to Know' decoding='async' loading='lazy' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgqYKOAdNfwL632n-9byG5yLxudYBc9BEjMvTPDXzSFQMTGblQSo6qdcvlIFJv1lpqazlu7z7in8Ms77HKTHo7VvnrlR5K6et7pimyLTECvnbMeAMV05w0QUahWpXMGWWItvfHK2lw0meTwgJI9UCv_G52xKRBaF6SoE-8r0MBdIH5pW1g4_EVSq06nk6g/s728-rw-e365/cloudflare.jpg'/>Midnight Blizzard and Cloudflare-Atlassian Cybersecurity Incidents: What to KnowFeb 13, 2024SaaS Security / Data Breach The Midnight Blizzard and Cloudflare-Atlassian cybersecurity incidents raised alarms about the vulnerabilities inherent in major SaaS platforms. These incidents illustrate the stakes involved in SaaS breaches — safeguarding the integrity of SaaS apps and their sensitive data is critical but is not easy. Common threat vectors such as sophisticated spear-phishing, misconfigurations and vulnerabilities in third-party app integrations demonstrate the complex security challenges facing IT systems. In the case of Midnight Blizzard, password spraying against a test environment was the initial attack vector. For Cloudflare-Atlassian, threat actors initiated the attack via compromised  OAuth tokens  from a prior breach at Okta, a SaaS identity security provider.  What Exactly Happened? Microsoft Midnight Blizzard Breach Microsoft was targeted by the Russian \"Midnight Blizzard\" hackers (also known as Nobelium, APT29, or Cozy Bear) who are linked to the SVR, the Kremlin's forei","url":"https://thehackernews.com/2024/02/midnight-blizzard-and-cloudflare.html","source":"thn"},{"title":"\n\n\n\n<img alt='Microsoft, OpenAI Warn of Nation-State Hackers Weaponizing AI for Cyber Attacks' decoding='async' loading='lazy' src='https://blogger.googleusercontent.com/img/b/R29vZ2xl/AVvXsEgGKzjBY3OOGttaxkmh8q7aiKyqIRXNwl2tk8tfqxVkOELNUwatuCfFj99ql7EpRXQ7otXkQCrYp8Pn7CvYJoc4GIUvD_AeGk53O9F_HQ3RsYT9AHunGtaGJxq0Jg-YzcX0tCKRkUUmw70FzmAR1vGWuFa0PTdtnESAVgSYxuXP6eJu4CGsOilzdsiYtPq7/s728-rw-e365/machine-learning.jpg'/>\n\n\nMicrosoft, OpenAI Warn of Nation-State Hackers Weaponizing AI for Cyber Attacks\n\nFeb 14, 2024\nArtificial Intelligence / Cyber Attack\n\n Nation-state actors associated with Russia, North Korea, Iran, and China are experimenting with artificial intelligence (AI) and large language models (LLMs) to complement their ongoing cyber attack operations. The findings come from a report published by Microsoft in collaboration with OpenAI, both of which  said  they disrupted efforts made by five state-affiliated actors that used its AI services to perform malicious cyber activities by terminating their assets and accounts. \"Language support is a natural feature of LLMs and is attractive for threat actors with continuous focus on social engineering and other techniques relying on false, deceptive communications tailored to their targets' jobs, professional networks, and other relationships,\" Microsoft  said  in a report shared with The Hacker News. While no significant or novel attacks employing the LLMs have been detected to date, adversarial exploration of AI technologies has transcended various phases of the at\n\n\n","url":"https://thehackernews.com/2024/02/microsoft-openai-warn-of-nation-state.html","source":"thn"},{"title":"\n\n\n\n<img alt='U.S. DoJ Dismantles Warzone RAT Infrastructure, A...
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                    

All news - CODE SNIPPETS


curl --location --request GET 'https://zylalabs.com/api/3541/cyber+defense+news+api/3884/all+news' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 

    

To use this endpoint you must indicate a source in the parameter.

Sources: threatpost, bbc, wired, latimes, reuters, es, un, smh, wsj, nyp, thn, cyberinsiders, abc, guardian.



                                                                            
GET https://zylalabs.com/api/3541/cyber+defense+news+api/3885/news+by+source
                                                                            
                                                                        

Test Endpoint

API EXAMPLE RESPONSE

       
                                                                                                        
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            [{"title":"Op-Ed: The cyberattack on Los Angeles schools could happen anywhere","url":"https://www.latimes.comhttps://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2022-10-11/cybersecurity-ransomware-schools-los-angeles","source":"latimes"}]
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                    

News by source - CODE SNIPPETS


curl --location --request GET 'https://zylalabs.com/api/3541/cyber+defense+news+api/3885/news+by+source&source=Required' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 

    

API Access Key & Authentication

After signing up, every developer is assigned a personal API access key, a unique combination of letters and digits provided to access to our API endpoint. To authenticate with the Cyber Defense News API REST API, simply include your bearer token in the Authorization header.

Headers

Header Description
Authorization [Required] Should be Bearer access_key. See "Your API Access Key" above when you are subscribed.


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