PROTECT APIs AND CONTROL DATA ACCESS
Thursday, Feb 24, 2022 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern
GraphQL adoption has doubled over the past twelve months and continues to accelerate into 2022. GraphQL provides a query language for APIs and a runtime for fulfilling the query; giving developers powerful new tools to exchange data with the next generation of applications. As with other APIs, GraphQL needs rich Identity and Authorization protection to ensure only the correct data is released to a fully authenticated requestor.
Join our live webinar on February 24th at 10 am PT/1 pm ET
Get explicit guidance on how to protect your GraphQL APIs with authentication and fine-grained authorization.
This webinar will discuss:
Protecting GraphQL interfaces and the advantages of declarative authorization policies
Creating dynamic authorization policies that make adaptive intelligent decisions based on enriched user context via roles, entitlements or even fraud data
Troubleshooting and audit authorization and correlation with GraphQL types
VP of Engineering
Co-Founder & CSO
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Learn how to quickly and easily integrate identity and authorization into existing GraphQL APIs.
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Securing GraphQL: Protect APIs and Control Data Access
Join Cloudentity for a live webinar to learn exactly how to protect your GraphQL APIs with Control Data Access.
Day and Time: Thursday, February 24, 10 am PT/ 1 pm ET Location: Online
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