What's mtLS? @ Docker London

What's mtLS? @ Docker London

Mutual TLS, or mTLS, is a widely used standard for improving the security for authentication. It's an extension of TLS, which is used for HTTPS, but in addition to the client verifying that the server, the server also verifies that the client.

mTLS is already widely used and is the cornerstone of the Zero Trust Networking movement, but how does it work? In this talk, we will go over the fundamentals of mTLS and create a simple web app that users mTLS as the authentication method. We will use technologies like Docker and Nginx to accomplish this, show the benefits over traditional authentication methods (such as API keys and passwords)

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Viktor Petersson

November 27, 2019
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