We’re giving a special donation to the Swedish Cancer Society this holiday season. It’s a charity very close to our hearts. They do incredibly important work and fund vital cancer research projects.
We are delighted to announce that version 4.5 of the Curity Identity Server is out. This includes a number of fixes and some features requested by customers racing to complete projects before the end of the year. Read on for what’s new in the latest release.
Financial-grade security is important not only for the financial sector. Join Curity’s Travis Spencer in a webinar on December 11th, when he’ll explore financial-grade security for APIs, why it’s important and how OAuth and OpenID Connect can be used in this context.
We are pleased to announce that version 4.4 of the Curity Identity Server is out. This release includes many fixes and features requested by customers. One of the biggest is support for a new database called CockroachDB.
Curity have submitted a draft RFC, The OAuth 2.0 Authorization Framework: Claims. In the RFC, we propose an extension of OAuth 2.0 to include the claims concept from OpenID Connect, which we believe would strengthen the OAuth framework.
Nordic APIs 5th Platform Summit took place in Stockholm 21-23 October 2019. We had speakers from all over the world, representing a wide range of industries involved in APIs, shareing innovative insights on building success in the API ecosystem. As organizers we are pleased with the event and hope everyone who attended enjoyed it too!