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NDC London: Identity and Access Control for modern Web Applications and APIs

I am happy to announce that NDC will host our new workshop in London in December!

Join us to learn everything that is important to secure modern web applications and APIs using Microsoft’s current and future web stack! 9 more words

IdentityModel

Updated IdentityServer v3 Roadmap (and Refresh Tokens)

Brock and I have been pretty busy the last months and we did not find as much time to work on IdentityServer as we wanted. 87 more words

WebAPI

Open ID Connect and GSMA Mobile Connect

OpenID Connect (final specs launched Feb 2014) is an interoperable authentication protocol based on the OAuth 2.0 family of specifications. It uses straightforward REST/JSON message flows with a design goal of “making simple things simple and complicated things possible”. 411 more words

Identity Management

Panel tackles how to make mobile devices as secure as they are indispensable

As smartphones have become de rigueur in the global digital economy, users want them to do more work, and businesses want them to be more productive for their employees — as well as powerful added channels to consumers. 5,145 more words

Dana Gardner

As the digital economy ramps up, expect a new identity management vision to leapfrog passwords

A stubborn speed bump continues to hobble the digital economy. We’re referring to the outdated use of passwords and limited identity-management solutions that hamper getting all of our devices, … 4,139 more words

Dana Gardner

How to use / access the Gmail API from C# Windows 8

Download the code here – https://github.com/ismaelc/GmailAPI-Windows8-OAuth

This Windows 8 (C#/XAML) code demonstrates:

Getting an access token for the Gmail API using OAuth 2.0
Calling Gmail API (Get messages IDs) 74 more words

Video Demo

Standards and APIs: How to best manage identity and security in the mobile era

The advent of the application programming interface (API) economy has forced a huge, pressing need for organizations to both seek openness and improve security for accessing mobile applications, data, and services anytime, anywhere, and from any device. 4,170 more words

Dana Gardner