Aaron Parecki discusses common security threats when building microservices using OAuth and how to protect yourself. You’ll learn about high-profile API security breaches related to OAuth; common implementation patterns for mobile apps, browser-based apps, and web server apps (and how to secure them); and the latest best practices around OAuth security being developed by the IETF OAuth working group.
This session is sponsored by Okta.
Aaron Parecki is the cofounder of IndieWebCamp, a yearly conference on data ownership and online identity, and the editor of the W3C Webmention and Micropubspecifications. He also maintains oauth.net and wrote OAuth 2.0 Simplified. Aaron has spoken at conferences around the world about OAuth, data ownership, and the quantified self and even explained why R is a vowel. Aaron has tracked his location continuously since 2008 and was the cofounder and CTO of Geoloqi, a location-based software company acquired by Esri. His work has been featured in Wired, Fast Company, and more. He made Inc. magazine’s “30 under 30” list for his work on Geoloqi. Aaron holds a BS in computer science from University of Oregon and lives in Portland, Oregon.
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