How to be Dangerous with OpenID Connect

Venue (Sessions Day): Addison Conference and Theatre Centre, 15650 Addison Rd, Addison, TX 75001 March 7, 2019

Venue (Workshop Day): The University of Texas at Dallas - 800 Franklyn Jenifer Drive, Richardson, TX 75080 March 8, 2019

How to be Dangerous with OpenID Connect

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

Speakers:

Mark Lopez

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.