In this talk, Sam covers common access control patterns in Node apps as well as fast and secure ways to implement them in a sample B2B SaaS application.
About the Speaker:
Sam Scott is the cofounder and CTO of Oso, an open source system for building authorization in your application. He’s earned a PhD in Cryptography, is an engineer by training, and can discuss anything from authorization and security patterns in Node, to trends in security policy-as-code and his contributions to TLS 1.3.
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