A Brief History of TLS TLS (Transport Layer Security) is a protocol that provides secure communication at the application layer of the OSI Network Model. It essentially provides three main functions – confidentiality, repudiation and data integrity between two parties communicating over the internet. It has two parts – (a) the record protocol which provides… Continue reading Why do we need TLS 1.3?
Service-to-Service Authentication on the Cloud
Overview Service-to-Service authentication over the cloud is probably one of most common authentication scenarios that are required. A service calling another service could be within the same domain boundary, e.g. a micro service calling another micro service or could be across the domain if the service is calling another service outside its own boundary. Essentially,… Continue reading Service-to-Service Authentication on the Cloud