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Improving Zero-Trust in a Multi-Workload Environment

Improving Zero-Trust in a Multi-Workload Environment

Combined Session
Wednesday, June 05, 2024 12:00—12:15
Location: A 05-06

In today's multi-workload / micro-service environments there are client authentication mechanisms to protect communication between services. This provides consistent server-to-server trust but does not address the protection of a transaction as it traverses through the different workloads. This talk will discuss the recently adopted Transaction Token draft, in the IETF OAuth working group, which defines a mechanism to protect the immutable data of a transaction, protecting it as the completion of the transaction intent is accomplished via multiple backend workloads.

George Fletcher
Identity Standards Architect
Capital One
George Fletcher currently serves as the Identity Standards Architect for Capital One supporting the partner and consumer sides of the business. He is a seasoned software architect with 25+ years of...
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