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Fireside Chat: “API Security for Enterprises”

Fireside Chat: “API Security for Enterprises”

How API security and protection is different for large-scale enterprises.

Jeanine Jue, Head of Global Developer Relations at R3

Jeanine Jue

Head of Global Developer Relations

R3

Bernard Harguindeguy, CTO at Ping Identity

Bernard Harguindeguy

CTO

Ping Identity

Isabelle Mauny, Co-founder and Field CTO of 42Crunch

Isabelle Mauny

Co-founder and Field CTO

42Crunch

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