API Security, Privacy and Governance: Shift Left DevOps and DevSecOps?

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APIs are the fabric of modern service delivery and compartmentalized app development, but the application logic and sensitive data that APIs expose has made them a high-value target of threat actors. Prioritizing API security within modern application development and multi-cloud operations is paramount to mitigate threats and data exposure among the myriad of internal and external-facing API/service pathways that power the digital economy. 

How will enterprises advance API-first programs in 2022? What are the challenges, considerations, initiatives and approaches organizations are taking to advance zero-trust controls for continuous authentication, authorization and privacy?

Join this moderated panel of experts and practitioners as they reveal key findings from the 2021 State of API Security, Privacy and Governance report, and share observations, best practices and key technologies to shift left DevOps and DevSecOps.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about:

  • API security, privacy and governance survey findings and key takeaways
  • What’s contributing to, and the impact of, API identity, access and data leakage risks
  • The paradigm shift to externalize controls: identity, authorization and privacy-as-code
  • Top API intelligence, policy development and compliance initiatives expressed by peers  
  • Considerations for privacy consent, data lineage and transactional enforcement
Tom Malta
Former Global Head of Identity and Access Management - Navy Federal Credit Union
Tom Malta is the former head of identity and access management at Navy Federal Credit Union. Tom has over 25 years industry experience and has served as a board member with Identity Defined Security Alliance. He has led many successful IAM Programs utilizing custom built as well as off the shelf technology supporting internal, external, and 3rd party/cloud identities alike. Prior TO NFCU, Tom has held IAM management positions at such financial institutions asWells Fargo, Synchrony Bank and Ally Bank, BYN Mellon, AllianceBernstein, and Morgan Stanley.
Jason Needham
Chief Executive Officer - Cloudentity
Jason Needham is the CEO of Cloudentity, a leading provider of Modern Application Authorization solutions. He has over 25 year’s experience across application networking, IT automation, cloud security, and SaaS solutions. He has held executive positions in F5 and VMware, and co-founded Union Bay Networks (Acq. Apple) and CloudCoreo (Acq. VMware). At F5, Jason lead product management and marketing. Most recently, Jason owned VMware’s public cloud security strategy and SaaS offerings.

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