Application Security , DevSecOps , Digital Identity

IAM: App Security at the Pace of Your Development Teams

Auth0's Shiven Ramji on How to Improve Application Security During Development
Shiven Ramji, Auth0,

Applications will remain a top external attack vector even if the best security controls in cloud and network are in place. And while IAM protects against some of the top attacks, Shiven Ramji of Auth0 says a company still needs to keep building more apps at an ever increasing pace to stay competitive.

See Also: IAM is Critical to Securing a Remote Workforce

In a video interview with Information Security Media Group in advance of an upcoming virtual executive roundtable, Ramji discusses:

  • Whether a company should develop identity and security capabilities on its own, or if there is a more efficient way;
  • How a company can move beyond simply having an app with a login to implementing a high level of security;
  • How Auth0 helps create a better customer experience for its business partners.

Ramji helps guide Auth0’s product vision, innovation, design, and strategy, and brings more than 15 years of experience in B2B and B2C product management, engineering, operations, and business development. Before joining Auth0, Ramji served as the SVP of Product at DigitalOcean, where he led the strategy of DigitalOcean’s products, pricing, and partnerships. Additionally, Ramji has held leadership positions at global brands including Amazon, NBCUniversal, Inc., and The Nielsen Company. In his free time, he enjoys being outdoors, hiking, and biking to different neighborhoods in the New York City area.

To learn more about this upcoming roundtable, please visit the registration page .

About the Author

Doug Olenick

Doug Olenick

News Editor, ISMG

Olenick has covered the cybersecurity and computer technology sectors for more than 25 years. Prior to joining ISMG as news editor, Olenick was online editor for SC Media, where he covered every aspect of the cybersecurity industry and managed the brand's online presence. Earlier, he worked at TWICE - This Week in Consumer Electronics - for 15 years. He also has contributed to, TheStreet and Mainstreet.

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