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An API (Application Programming Interface) security audit is the process of reviewing and testing the security measures of an API to ensure that it is configured correctly and free from vulnerabilities.
The primary goal of an API security provider is to help organizations protect their APIs from threats and vulnerabilities, ensuring that the data and services they provide access to are secure and protected.
It's important to understand that threat hunting is not the same as traditional security monitoring. Security monitoring typically involves using automated tools to detect known threats and respond to them.