When a user utilizes a service, that user must first attest they are who they say they are. In most use cases, they must then confirm they can do what they’re trying to do. For many users, this is a relatively non-transparent process, and it might seem to happen magically behind the scenes. Read more
Posts Tagged: Curity
Every year we see more and more high-profile data breaches. In 2019, companies reported over 3,800 data breaches, and 4.1 billion records were accessed. These included records from major financial institutions.
With so much of our daily lives and business transactions occurring online, cybersecurity threats can be devastating for customers and costly for corporations. Read more
“If you think about where OAuth started, it was really about securing comments on blog posts and now we’re talking about enterprises, so it’s a whole different class of security.”
This is how Travis Spencer, CEO at the identity company Curity, opened his talk at our 2019 Austin API Summit, and it’s an astute summary of the way many products (particularly in the tech scene) are tweaked or re-engineered beyond their original purpose. Read more
From October 22-23, Nordic APIs hosted our 5th annual Platform Summit in Stockholm, Sweden. #PS19 brought together over 450 total attendees and hosted 65 speakers across three stages. In the coming months, we’ll review many of the great talks shared with in-depth analysis on the blog. Read more
API concepts, especially those around security, can often be confusing. While we generally understand basic concepts like “credentials,” trying to explain how the ROPC Flow differs from the Client Credentials Flow can often devolve relatively quickly into acronyms and diagrams. Accordingly, we’ve compiled a list of 20 resources that help to nail these concepts down. Read more