BCC Tech Talk: API Security

Date and Time

Wednesday, May 22 6:30pm — 8:30pm


Excella, 2300 Wilson Blvd Suite 600 · Arlington, VA

Hosted by

Black Code Collective
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Event Description

In today’s interconnected digital landscape, APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) serve as the vital bridges connecting various software components. However, this very openness makes them susceptible to security threats. Join us for an enlightening session with Charles Shirer, where we’ll delve into the intricacies of API security. Abusing API Security will discuss how to look at API security differently through multiple API attack techniques with a particular focus on GraphQL and some REST API.

Don’t miss this opportunity to fortify your software defenses! 🛡️🔒

About Charles: Charles has over 20 years of IT experience with the last 12 years in Information Security. Charles has done systems Adminstration, penetration testing, threat hunting, and security research In his spare time Charles plays retro video games, works on the SEC BSD Open source project which is a penetration testing distro based on the OpenBsd Operating System, runs the Labs by Bsdbandit Podcast, and is also on the BHIS Talkin Bout Infosec News Show.

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