What options do APIs and microservices have when it comes to authentication and authorization? What is the role of identity in API security?
In our last LiveCast, we sought to discover best practices for handling identity within API security. Read more
OAuth is an incredibly popular internet standard for granting apps and web services access to the information available on other websites. Though the implementation is complex, the premise is simple: you tell a website you want to access its data, you log in with the user’s details, and off you go — but without some kind of protocol the process would be a whole lot more complicated. Read more
Financial institutions occupy a special zone for APIs largely because of how stringent the regulatory compliance rulesets are. The data that financial institutions leverage are protected widely by a variety of regulatory ordinances, and as such, this data has to be stringently controlled, secured, and managed – hence why high-grade API security is such a serious concern. Read more
In 2007 Kevin Kelly gave a TED talk in which he forecasted how the World Wide Web would look 5000 days into the future, prophesizing the emergence of the IoT and AI. He envisioned a more connected planet where all manufactured goods tap into a single, global, intelligent network. Read more
We’re all accustomed to using usernames and passwords for hundreds of online accounts — but if not managed correctly, using passwords can become a major distraction, and a potential security vulnerability. The same is true in the API space. There’s nothing inherently wrong with usernames — you need those. Read more