June 27th 6-7:30pm, 2024  (online) event.  Dan Barahona from APIsec University will present a workshop in API security.

APIs have become the #1 most frequent attack vector and leading cause of major breaches. This workshop aims to raise awareness of API risks and share how to keep APIs secure. In this session APIsec University founder, Dan Barahona, will cover 1) why attackers love APIs, 2) real-world API breaches, 3) the OWASP API Top 10, and 4) best practices to secure APIs.   


Link to APIsec University, they provide free API security courses.


Email us at iscnorthbaychapter@gmail.com to register for the event!


Dan Barahona brings over 20 years of cybersecurity experience with executive leadership roles at APIsec, Qualys, Anomali, ArcSight and others. He’s led Product Development, Sales teams, and Marketing at startups and publicly traded companies. Dan co-founded APIsec University with Corey Ball in 2022 to help develop a new army of API security defenders. He earned engineering degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic and Cornell University, and an MBA from University of Michigan.. 

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