Speaker Details

Akshata Sawant

Akshata Sawant is a proficient technical speaker with over 5+ years of industry experience.She's currently working as a DevRel at MuleSoft.

Her core domain includes Integration, Security, and DevOps. Within a short span of her career, she has delivered presentations at numerous conferences, events, and meetups. Her notable speaking deliveries would include Salesforce TrailheadX and APIDays -NewYork and India.

She has also written blogs and articles for several industry publications. Currently, she is co-authoring a book named “MuleSoft for Salesforce developers” with Packt Publication. She’s an active member of the MuleSoft Community and also a global MuleSoft Ambassador and a meetup leader for several cities. She has hosted several meetups and also participated as a speaker in several meetups.

She possesses a deep understanding of the latest technologies and trends and is able to explain complex concepts in a clear and concise manner. She has conducted a few training sessions on MuleSoft for several organizations.

She is a dynamic and engaging speaker who is able to connect with her audience and deliver powerful messages. Her passion for her work is evident in her delivery, and she is able to inspire others to action. If you are looking for a speaker who will engage your audience and leave them inspired, Akshata Sawant is a perfect choice.

To learn more about her accomplishments, check out her LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/akshata-sawant-192a3a121/

Are you a mid-level developer or an architect who’s curious about API Security and how to achieve it? In that case, we’re excited to help!!

As you already know APIs are the building blocks of your application network. They are the medium of communication and involve a lot of data transactions. As per Gartner’s report, API abuse will be the most frequent vector attack, and it’s quite evident. We have heard about the API abuses and attacks quite often.

In order to protect your APIs and provide complete security we will adopt the Zero Trust Security model. We will learn about the Zero trust model and the architecture. We will also understand how to implement the Zero Trust Security in easy steps.

By the end of the presentation you’ll have a fair idea about API Security and how  to protect your API ecosystems using Zero Trust Security. Come along with your queries for us!