The open-source GraphQL query language has a ton to offer enterprises seeking a more scalable, flexible, developer-friendly, and modernized approach to API-driven development. That said, because I’m a security professional, I tend to focus on the new opportunities GraphQL also gives attackers. It’s been increasingly tempting for enterprises to dive headlong into GraphQL without fully assessing and addressing its security and operational requirements. However, doing so places intense pressure on security architects, DevOps and DevSecOps teams, and even developers themselves.

I’ve recently taken a deep dive into Inigo, a GraphQL security and management toolset. Here I’ll share a how-to guide for teams ready to introduce more secure GraphQL implementations based on what I’ve learned. 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *