Graphic of padlocks, one of them open

By Roddy Passwords, pah! Old-fashioned, insecure. Don’t cha just hate ‘em? Well no, they’re OK, especially if handled thoughtfully and used with varied user identities (see more on this at the bottom of this post) Yes, experts (notably Microsoft) have been predicting or promoting the abandonment of passwords as an access control method for many…

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The value of mutual TLS for API authentication

By Robert Grigoras. The security and privacy of data exchanged between different systems through APIs is of utmost importance. API authentication, which verifies the identity of a user or system before granting access to sensitive data or resources, is therefore critical. Mutual Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a widely accepted approach for securing API communication…

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