Federation provides industry-standard protocols for a user or device identity to be trusted by a service regardless of location. This enables the portability of identity across security boundaries allowing the creation of seamless collaborative environments.
Open up the Open ID Connect and OAuth2.0 bag, and you will find a whole plethora of terminology: ID tokens, Access tokens, cookies, JSON Web Tokens (JWT), Refresh tokens, Client IDs, Client secrets, flows/grants, permissions, consent and more. Gaining a basic understanding of these protocols is tricky.
Come to this webinar and learn:
- How federation provides cross-boundary authentication and authorisation
- The components of the OpenID Connect and OAuth 2.0
- How to manage user consent
- Registering and managing apps in Azure AD
This webinar is a great starting point for IT Pros who need to manage apps using OpenID Connect and OAuth2.0. If you are a developer who is new to these protocols, kickstart your learning. There is often a terminology language barrier between your Dev and Ops teams. Attend the webinar, break the language barrier and optimise your application identity and access management.
In the webinar, I’m going to show you the basics and hopefully trigger your enthusiasm to learn more. I will also explain how my Identity Masterclass dives deep into the technology. Years of experience distilled into one intense week.
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