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Creating secure, seamless user authentication from mobile apps is a challenge for developers. Join this webinar to learn about Curity’s Hypermedia Authentication API, enabling seamless API-based login from any device or browser.
We are pleased to announce the release of the Community Edition of the Curity Identity Server.
The use of APIs continues to increase, and protecting them and their data is critical. This new eBook from Curity and Nordic APIs gathers a selection of articles covering the most important aspects of securing APIs and microservices.
Learn what’s new in the latest version of the Curity Identity Server, including Hypermedia Authentication API, now out of beta.
The Curity team is continuously working on improving and expanding resources, helping our customers get the most out of the Curity Identity Server. This time we are announcing a redesign of the Getting Started section that will make the Curity Identity Server set up go even more smoothly.
In his presentation given at the most recent Nordic APIs Livecast, Curity's Jacob Ideskog talks about the current state of OAuth and OpenID Connect standards and the future challenges.
Get a comprehensive understanding of OpenID Connect from the comfort of your chair. We have launched a new online course offering as introduction to OpenID Connect, with the aim to help you get started implementing OpenID Connect in your own projects.
In joint webinars with Azul, the Curity team will show how they use and embed Azul's Java Runtime Environment to deliver a highly scalable, secure, and readily-deployable digital authentication service that can be triaged in high-security environments.
Curity’s CEO, Travis Spencer, has written a foreword to Nordic APIs eBook Identity and APIs, highlighting the importance of identity and knowing who is communicating with our APIs.
Join Nordic APIs for an hour-long event to learn why identity-driven standards are the best response to modern API threats and vulnerabilities. In his talk, Jacob Ideskog will explore what he believes will be next for OAuth and OpenID Connect.
On Wednesday, October 28th, identity specialist Travis Spencer will join API Days London Live, talking about the hypermedia authentication API as a tool to achieve secure and seamless user authentication.
In an article published on Nordic APIs, Curity's Jonas Iggbom explains how to further strengthen a token-based approach for API security and server-to-server communication.
Join our webinar "Remove bottlenecks and accelerate your team with Curity's DevOps Dashboard" on Tuesday October 20th and explore the brand new DevOps Dashboard.
Join the webinar on October 13th to learn about Curity’s new login API, enabling seamless API-based login from any device or browser.
We are proud to sponsor the Apache Foundation. As open source becomes increasingly essential, the work of the Apache Foundation also becomes more important.
Learn what’s new in the latest version of the Curity Identity Server, including a new DevOps Dashboard allowing developers and operators access a scaled back admin UI.
The Curity Identity Server 5.2 onward comes with a fully supported integration with PagerDuty, which is easily configured and works out of the box.
Curity's Jacob Ideskog has written an article announcing the death of Resource Owner Password Credentials. It may seem controversial at first glance, but have a read to learn his reasoning behind the statement.
We’re excited to announce that OAuth Tools by Curity has won a 2020 API Award for Best in API Security. The 2020 API Awards celebrate technical innovation, adoption and reception in the API & Microservices industries and use by a global developer community.
We have published a new page dedicated to the Curity Identity Server's new browser-less hypermedia API. It allows an API client to directly integrate all aspects of the Curity Authentication Service — authenticators, actions, filters, etc.
We have recently published tutorials and how-tos on how to integrate the Curity Identity Server with the AWS API Gateway. Read or watch depending on your preference.
The 5.2 release of the Curity Identity Server includes some powerful new features. We will showcase the power of two of thse new features, alarms & monitoring and login API, in two upcoming webinars. Read on for more info.
Learn about latest release of the Curity Identity Server 5.2. This release includes a number of exciting new features and fixes.
In a recent article published on Nordic APIs, Daniel Lindau compare three different ways to achieve secure authentication and authorization for API access: API Keys, HTTP Basic Authentication, and OAuth. He also highlights the benefits and drawbacks for each method.