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Adaptive Authentication in OAuth Using Geo-location Data

Adaptive Authentication in OAuth Using Geo-location Data

This webinar was aired and recorded April 22nd. Duration 30 minutes.

In order to provide a safe login experience, more adaptive login methods are often needed. Applications integrated with the Curity Identity Server using OAuth and OpenID Connect can now accomplish this using geographical data.

This geo data can be used to take customer-configured actions depending on whether or not the user is logging in from a new country, a different country, a forbidden country, or has made an impossible journey. It is also helpful to consider this geo data when determining which authentication methods should be available to the user.

In this Webinar, Travis Spencer, CEO of Curity, describes a new feature in version 5.1 that allows customers to configure and set up adaptive authentication. He will show how these can be integrated into simple OAuth and OpenID Connect clients. After watching this Webinar, attendees will have a better understanding of how they can start leveraging geo data to make more intelligent login decisions without the need of code.

Presented by:

Travis Spencer

Travis Spencer

CEO at Curity