Posts Tagged: delegation

Why OAuth 2.0 Is Vital to IoT Security

The internet is fundamentally an unsafe place. For every service, every API, there are users who would love nothing more than to break through the various layers of security you’ve erected.

This is no small concern, either — in the US alone, security breaches cost companies in excess of $445 Billion USD annually. Read more

Building With Open Standards Will Result in IT Longevity

In the initial years of the world wide web, much was innovated as it was needed — while the fundamentals were open and commonly agreed upon, the systems that used these fundamentals often were not. Innovation led to unique solutions, which led to the development of proprietary systems and approaches. Read more

Fostering an Internal Culture of Security

API security is a common subject, and for a good reason — as the average user becomes more adept at utilizing more powerful systems than ever before to complete incredible tasks, the old methods of secure communication become less secure. What was once considered the crème de la crème of IT and API security has become tomorrow’s vulnerability. Read more

How To Control User Identity Within Microservices

Everyone’s excited about microservices, but actual implementation is sparse. Perhaps the reason is that people are unclear on how these services talk to one another; especially tricky is properly maintaining identity and access management throughout a sea of independent services. Read more

API Security: The 4 Defenses of The API Stronghold

At one point or another, your secure resources will be attacked. This is the unfortunate reality of the modern era, where the skills necessary to invasively crack open a system, network, or API are more commonplace than ever. Millions in resources and potential revenue can be lost in a matter of hours due to poor planning and implementation of a security protocol. Read more