Some vendors have very limited abilities to restrict the access to their APIs to a minimum. Especially when highly sensitive data is stored with the SaaS-Provider (e.g. CRM Solutions) it can be a challenge from a security perspective to outsource an integration to a 3rd party. Of course you have contracts, liabilities and other things in place, but it does not f.e. prevent breaches at the 3rd Party provider. While it is necessary that the integration partner retrieves some customer data, they should not be able to retrieve all data. Seeking for an easy way to secure this we found Azure API Management to be a good fit. In this session I will show you how we used Azure API Management to secure the APIs with certificate authentication and make sure that only a subset of the API can be used.
Nina is an Azure Enthusiast, founder of SpectoLogic® and supports customers developing solutions on Microsoft Azure. Passionate about CosmosDB, Serverless Computing, IoT and loves to work with Visual Studio & DevOps and regular explores new exciting Azure Services. SpectoLogic® - www.spectologic.com
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