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Learn what's new in the latest version of the Curity Identity Server, including the feature-complete Hypermedia Authentication API.
Join us on March 17 to learn how you can enhance privacy and security by implementing the Phantom Token Flow using NGINX and the Curity Identity Server.
Curity's new whitepaper explains the security of the hypermedia authentication API available in the Curity Identity Server. It shows architects, developers, and other practitioners if and how the use of the API can affect security in their deployments.
In a new blog post, published on Foojay, Curity's Michał Trojanowski explains how to set up an OpenID Connect client with Spring Security using mutual TLS as a method for authenticating the client.
Maintaining data privacy and its enforcement via GDPR and other legislation can be a big challenge if you haven't set up the identity architecture correctly. Here, we'll go through some best practices to follow when applying a Neo-Security Architecture to a privacy problem.
Curity's new whitepaper presents the basic concepts and principles of the Neo-Security Architecture, and the way it can provide a blueprint architecture to map new and existing systems.