Securing your Application with OpenID Connect

 
English Advanced Identity

When developing for modern service landscapes we need to deal with terms like OAuth, OpenID Connect, JWT, Bearer Tokens and more. In this vast landscape auth possibilities for authentication, it is easy to get lost. This session helps to understand and use the principles that underly modern authentication flows.

Speaker

Martin Ullrich

Senior Consultant at Tieto Austria

I am a software engineer working on diverse tech stacks but focusing mostly on .NET in C#, Web Technologies and iOS/Swift. I am a technology enthusiast who always works on improving development and DevOps processes at our company to make life easier for developers and help deliver high. I was awarded Microsoft MVP for community and open-source work around .NET Core.

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