As the internet grows and more devices become interconnected, authorization is becoming more and more complex.
Early implementations of online services were easy to authorize against since they were tied to desktops, but modern authorization must consider varying environments, from mobile apps to IoT scenarios. Read more
An Introduction to System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM)
What is SCIM?
SCIM stands for “System for Cross-domain Identity Management” and is firstly a standardized way of representing users, groups, and anything related. Secondly, SCIM helps to standardize methods for acting on this data, such as creating, querying, searching, updating, and deleting. Read more
Before the rise of graphical interfaces and flashy user desktops, the Command Line Interface (CLI) was the only way to interact with a computer. But the retro CLI is making a comeback.
It’s a basic form of computing — the CLI accepts text commands and interprets them into functions on the operating system. Read more
How does one go about securing APIs, microservices, and websites? One way to do this is by focusing on the identity — knowing who the caller is, and what the caller is allowed to do with your data. Too often, though, providers rely too heavily on user social identity, pairing it way too closely with the design of their APIs. Read more