Guarding the Gateways: API Best Practices

Wednesday, June 26th from 12 – 1 PM

API Best Practices

APIs are the backbone of modern digital ecosystems, enabling seamless integration and data exchange between different systems.

But this connectivity also makes them prime targets for cyberattacks leading to data breaches, unauthorized access, and more.

Join us and ConnectWise’s Jim Peterson to discuss how to keep your digital fortress protected.

The webinar will cover the following key areas:

  • How to Secure APIs
  • Identifying and Mitigating Threats
  • Implementing Robust Security Tools

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Date & Time

Wednesday, June 26th from 12 – 1 PM EST

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Recording will be made available after the live broadcast.

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Meet the Speaker

  • Jim Peterson

    Principal Solutions Advisor, ConnectWise

Jim Peterson

Principal Solutions Advisor, ConnectWise

Jim Peterson is a Principal Solution Advisor at ConnectWise.  He brings more than 25 years of IT industry experience focused on securing and protecting the SMB market through education, assessment, remediation, and alignment to compliance standards such as PCI, CMMC, and SOC2 Type 1 & 2.

Jim started his IT career delivering technical support and design for large corporate environments like Honeywell, IBM, and Moody’s.  In 2008 Jim launched a start-up MSP focused on the SMB market in Northern Indiana, exiting via acquisition in 2018.

Jim holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management of Information Systems from Goshen College.
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