APIs will be the #1 attack vector by 20221. APIs are the critical junction connecting modern, distributed applications. Developers depend on APIs to transfer sensitive data between apps, and each new API adds a unique attack vector into your system.
How can you secure a growing number of APIs without exposing sensitive data to abuse?
We’ll break down API security with industry veteran Lukasz Radosz, arming developers with these fundamentals:
1 Aug 28, 2019. "API Security: What You Need to Do to Protect Your APIs." Mark O'Neill, Dionisio Zumerle, Jeremy D'Hoinne
Lukasz considers himself a member of a dying breed of IT versatilists with 15+ years of industry experience delivering high complexity application and identity security projects. He has worked as a software architect, developer, and security engineer at global security organizations. He is a hacker at heart, applying the scientific method and problem-solving approach not only at work but also in his personal life. Lukasz is an avid snowboarder that will travel across the ocean to find fresh snow to ride on.
Brendon Macaraeg leads product marketing for Signal Sciences which protects the web presence of the world’s leading brands. Prior, Brendon led product marketing for the incident response and professional services division of CrowdStrike. He also led product marketing efforts for both the Norton consumer security products and Symantec's enterprise mobility and endpoint management.