20 Ubergizmo readers can get one free ticket ($750 value each) with the code “Ubergizmo” at checkout. First come, first servedPrivacy, Security, and Identity are the topics of the year. Our friends at APIDays are organizing a one-day conference to address DDoS, Cash overflow, MITM, Brute forcing non-rate-limited API endpoints, OAuth vulnerabilities, improper use of CORS, Cross-site request forgery (CSRF), flawed session management, too permissive OAuth scopes…

500+ senior Technical attendees. The speaker lineup is very impressive: CSOs and VPs of SFPD, Mulesoft, Splunk, CA Technologies, Microsoft, Twilio, ForgeRock, Auth0, Okta, Ping Identity, etc.

In 2008, API security was too important to let others do it for you. In 2018 API security is too important to do it yourself.

The phrase below reflects a considerable security problem that has enabled countless successful attacks on APIs that were just not robust enough to withstand them. Some APIs do not have security built-in, while others do not even limit the API rate and are not protected against DDOS attacks.

There are dozens of known vulnerabilities in the wild, and API owners aren’t always even aware of the potential disaster waiting for their API and businesses. Experts will discuss these topics, along with associated solutions based on best practices and proper management.

Go to the APIDays.io registration page on Eventbrite and use the code “Ubergizmo.” The first 20 people to register will get a free ticket.


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