In the identity and security industry, most years are inundated with fast-paced changes and exciting new developments. At Ping, 2017 felt like an especially busy and eventful year, both within our company and in our industry.
We launched our brand new website. We took a giant MFA leap with our mobile SDK for PingID. We witnessed the announcement of Cloud Identity Summit evolving into the Identiverse. We saw how new regulations are driving innovation and opportunity in IAM. In short, it was a great year for blogging, so in case you missed them, we've gathered some of our top blogs for you.
This collaborative blog between RAiDiAM and Ping explores the second Payment Services Directive in the EU, and how Open Banking, Ltd. selected the OAuth 2.0 family as the standard of choice for UK open banking. It's definitely a must read if you haven't already.
Always at the forefront of technology trends, Ping's own David Waite from the CTO Office digs into changes in Apple's mobile operating system and how the single sign-on (SSO) experience and native apps are affected, as well as providing best practices along the way.
Check out another one of our co-authored blogs reviewing the announcement by Open Banking, Ltd. diving into their adoption of OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect, and what it means for consent, authorization and API security.
GDPR is coming up fast, are you ready? Read EMEA VP Phil Allen's review of the most critical IT requirements of GDPR, and see our formula for a secure and seamless customer IAM solution that can help your organization not only comply with the new regulation, but use it as an opportunity to build customer trust and loyalty.
Beyond just a buzzword in the IAM world, be in the know and learn why a customer-focused IAM solution is so important to user experience, security, performance and regulation compliance at customer scale.
One of our most exciting general availability announcement of the year, let Edward Killeen introduce you to PingAccess for Azure AD and its ability to extend SSO to your legacy web applications on-premises and in private clouds. It's pretty revolutionary.