How to be Dangerous with OpenID Connect

Venue: The University of Texas at Dallas - 800 Franklyn Jenifer Drive, Richardson, TX 75080 March 15-16, 2018

Learn from the experiences and knowledge of industry experts and technical leaders, like Google, Microsoft, and PayPal, to create a more secure web using OpenID Connect. OpenID Connect, an extension of OAuth 2.0, is the modern way to reliably and securely manage user authorization among many devices, including browser-based JavaScript and native mobile apps. OpenID is a scary beast, which deters many from its usage, but it doesn't have to be. Join Mark Lopez as he presents his guide to be dangerous with OpenID Connect.


Track Details

  • Day: March 15, 2018 (03:00-03:50 pm)

Mark Lopez

Speaker: Mark Lopez

Mark Lopez, is a Software Engineer and Architect, building things he loves in his home of Dallas, Texas - where he is an Architect at Axxess Technology Solutions, working with the best team in the world! Mark knew he had a passion for technology from the age of ten, and grew up tinkering with everything from VBScript to Java. He has since expanded to understanding and working with a wide set of technologies and solutions - from server administration to frontend design. Nowadays, Mark can be found specializing in everything .Net and Typescript.