SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RSA—Layer 7 Technologies, a leading provider of API connectivity solutions for the enterprise, today announced that the company will host a workshop on API security on Monday, February 25 during the RSA conference in San Francisco. Led by Layer 7 CTO Scott Morrison and Chief Architect Francois Lascelles, the workshop will help attendees learn best practices for protecting their APIs against security threats in the new hybrid enterprise.
“Organizations now need to integrate services across internal departments, into the cloud and out to mobile devices, and they’re doing so with APIs”
|Scott Morrison, CTO Layer 7 Technologies|
|Francois Lascelles, chief architect, Layer 7 Technologies|
|Praveen Muppidi, IT program manager, Cisco|
|Eric Hibbard, CTO, security & privacy, Hitachi Data Systems|
|Workshop on “API & SOA Security for Cloud & Mobile,” from 1:00-5:00 p.m. PT|
|Four Seasons Hotel, Muir Suite, 757 Market St., San Francisco, CA|
“Organizations now need to integrate services across internal departments, into the cloud and out to mobile devices, and they’re doing so with APIs,” said Scott Morrison, CTO of Layer 7. “Exposing sensitive enterprise information via APIs, however, can create serious security concerns. We developed this workshop to empower businesses with the information they need to protect their APIs.”
Morrison and Lascelles will be joined by Praveen Muppidi from Cisco and Eric Hibbard of Hitachi Data Systems. The workshop will take place immediately following the Cloud Security Alliance Summit, which Layer 7 will sponsor.
Attendees will learn:
- The latest trends, technologies and best practices in API security
- About the latest in Cloud standards
- How to integrate with PaaS (platform-as-a-service) to automate service enablement
- How to implement a standards-based architecture for mobile app Single Sign-On
For more information or to register for the free event, visit http://www.layer7tech.com/events.
About Layer 7 Technologies
Layer 7 provides API building blocks for the new open enterprise. The company’s products help nearly 300 organizations worldwide open APIs to developer communities, securely connect applications to cloud services, expose internal information assets to mobile apps and bridge departments and partners through SOA style integration. The company was named the 183rd fastest growing public or private technology company in 2012 by Deloitte.