Most modern applications need security. Enter OpenID Connect and OAuth 2.0. These two security protocols are designed to meet most modern application security needs. Adding the concept of an authorization server is the recommended architecture. But writing such a “security token service” that implements these protocols from scratch is not an easy task. This talk introduces the new and changed approaches to secure your applications and APIs.
Mark A. Wilson
He is a Senior .NET Developer at Logical Advantage (http://logicaladvantage.com/) in Charlotte, NC. A self-motivated, energetic team leader able to quickly learn new technologies and tools. Experienced in all phases of the agile software development methodology. Focused on building applications that enhance and help people–not hinder them. Committed to providing the highest level of customer service and satisfaction. Delivers custom Business Process Management/Automation and Business Intelligence products and services.
Mark lives with his wife and a house full of dogs, most of them being foster dogs. Hobbies include helping his wife with her non-profit animal rescue, promoting the development community, and everything Disney. Learn more about Mark at www.DeveloperInfra.com (http://developerinfra.com/) or follow him on Twitter @DeveloperInfra (http://twitter.com/DeveloperInfra).