A free-ranging set of discussions on matters of interest to people involved in user experience design, website design, and usability in general.
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In this episode, co-hosts Alex Williams, founder and publisher of The New Stack, and Randall Degges, head of developer advocacy at security services provider Okta, speak with guest Dustin Rogers, staff application security engineer, Netlify, about all things related to static Web security management. Netlify is a popular static website hosting platform for Jamstack used by over a million web developers. But while Netlify is popular, thanks to its simplicity for uploading code to the platform from GitHub and managing Web applications once uploaded, the security it offers for the static environments is of interest as well. Using Netlify as a case example, static websites’ security layers and related security practices are the themes of the latest episode in our new series “Security @ Scale” on The New Stack Makers with Okta. The series explores security in modern environments with stories from the trenches including security horror stories and fantastic failures.