How do you manage access to the applications you build? When it comes to securing your software, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the vast number of options available, and confused by the sheer volume of information; not to mention often poor documentation.
‘Identification’, ‘authentication’, ‘authorisation’; ‘claims’, ‘roles’, ‘tokens’; ‘OpenID’, ‘OAuth’, ‘B2C’, ‘Auth0’.
Ever wondered what all these mean or how they fit together?
Access granted: you are now authorised to hear Matt cut through the confusion, explain these terms, and show you how to untangle them to choose the right identity option for your solution. See them in action working through different scenarios, from simple proof of concepts, through to corporate enterprise solutions and public facing consumer apps.
About the speakers
Drawing on a combination of hands-on experience and enterprise governance practices, Matt is able to make connections between business and technology to deliver user and business focused outcomes.
Matt has worked in IT for 15 years, with a background in infrastructure and management, and has delivered security policies, IT strategies and disaster recovery plans to a number of high profile national and multi-national clients.
Throughout his career Matt has enjoyed scripting and programming and used these skills to enhance his work in other areas, but has now turned to developing software full-time, specialising in .NET Core, Angular, Xamarin and Azure as well as security and authentication.
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