API Clean and Secure Coding: API Secure Coding

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While it's essential to design, develop, and deploy an API that adheres to your design strategy, it is also vital to ensure that the API will be secure from malicious attacks. In this course, you'll explore how to write secure API code. You'll examine API secure development features and best practices, and the various tools you can use when developing APIs. Next, you'll identify Web API and REST API security principles and outline the best practices for ensuring API security. Finally, you'll recognize various methods for performing API authorization and define the different Web API security standards such as OAuth, SAML, and Transport Layer Security (TLS).

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    outline how to write secure API code
    recognize best practices when writing secure API code
    list the features that should be present when developing API code
    identify tools that can be used for API development
    describe Web API security and how to ensure it's done correctly
    recognize best practices for ensuring API security
  • identify REST API security principles and outline tips to provide better security
    outline the purpose of OAuth and how it is used to perform single sign-on (SSO)
    describe various methods for performing API authorization
    list the different OAuth grant types and identify when to use each grant type
    define SAML and OAuth and distinguish how they're used to achieve single sign-on, federation, and identity management
    define Transport Layer Security and identify its strengths and weaknesses
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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