I recently had the opportunity to work with PSA Insurance Solutions to create some web security-related content for their site. It was a real pleasure working with my friends there, Joshua and Mark, and also getting to know how their insurance-as-a-service business model works…It’s a really neat solution for those doing e-commerce.
There’s often confusion around web services and APIs as well as web application security, in general. Check out the articles that I wrote where I clear the air and distill these topics down into just what you need to know:
The difference between a web service and an API
Why security is so important for web APIs
Ensuring the right people are on board with web application security
Common website vulnerabilities you must defend against
Who should be responsible for web security?
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