Posts Tagged ‘API security’

Securing Your Web API Using Azure Active Directory

Large or small, all companies need web security. And what better way to secure your ASP.NET Core Web API than using Azure Active Directory? Given MVC-style apps are the dominant force in the market nowadays, the majority of documentation on the matter focuses here. That left me, desiring to create a loosely-coupled Web API instead […]

The Plugin-Free Web: Is Your Business Ready?

John and Amy sit down with their morning coffee and start browsing the news. Unfortunately, they both get served an advertisement with a malicious applet inside. John’s computer is passively infected with a virus which spreads inside his company’s network but Amy’s computer is unaffected and her company is safe. What’s the difference between John […]

MU3–Exposing Electronic Health Record as APIs using IBM APIC

Exposing patient health information as Application Program Interfaces (APIs) is one of the most critical components in Stage 3 of the EHR Incentive Programs and all providers will be required to comply with MU3 requirements by 2018. The APIs will ensure improved patient engagement by providing data access in application of patient’s choice instead of […]

How to Mitigate Security Risks with APIs

APIs in the Current World With the advancement of SOA and new-age technologies coming door-to-door, we see how the Internet of Things is touching our everyday lives, be it from Apple Watch and Fitbit to building apps in automobiles, banking, the retail industry, etc. I recently read somewhere that eCommerce for JC Penny is gaining […]