During the COVID-19 pandemic, technologies are playing a crucial role in keeping the society functional in a time of lockdowns and quarantines. These technologies will possibly have a long-lasting impact beyond COVID-19. The pandemic has accelerated a few technology trends including cyber security, digital payments, telehealth, 3D printing, and robotics. 

Introducing a series of webinars on trending technologies, is our first video discussion with the focus on cyber security. The key emphasis is on API s and securing your APIs. Ishtiaq Ahmed, the managing partner at Incepta speaks about how cyber security has taken on a whole different meaning and importance in current times. 

Organizations across the board are rethinking their cyber security policies in the age of remote work culture and virtual meetings. Data privacy is of utmost concern for organizations and there’s a big surge in two factor authentication, edge security and VPNs. This webinar discusses how Incepta is poised to help organizations build strong security strategies to fight data breaches.

While centralizing access across all applications that large organizations use can be a solution, they also provide the opportunity to hackers for massive data breaches. In fact, even before the pandemic hit us, organizations across the world were moving towards open data structures and sharing their data through APIs. This also presents a huge risk of data breaches and multi-million dollar losses for the organizations concerned.

Incepta helps clients by designing IT projects with data security as an integral part. Incepta has compiled a massive library of security policies and has developed a continuous security assessment protocol for the entire project development cycle for clients. Incepta works in protecting client APIs by using API gateway platforms like MuleSoft.

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