Securing ASP.NET Applications and Services: Security Facelift for Modern Applications
When you think of ASP.NET security, the first thing that comes to mind are Windows authentication and Forms authentication using ASP.NET Membership. For years, those were the common authentication techniques for ASP.NET applications and services. But with the new releases to the ASP.NET Identity system, those days are long gone. For the enterprise, ASP.NET broadened its support from the on-premises Active Directory to include Microsoft Azure Active Directory. By supporting external identity providers, such as Facebook, Microsoft Account, and Twitter, the new ASP.NET Identity system makes the process of securing an application less scary than ever. So no matter which ASP.NET framework you are developing with—MVC, Web Forms, Web API, or SignalR—come to this session to learn how to secure it.