List of GDPR Resources

Bryan Giese

List of GDPR Resources

Below is a list of GDPR resources to get started researching how the regulation will impact your organization. I’ll warn you now, there are a lot of details, and a lot of it is vague. The biggest takeaway you should remember is “Data privacy by design.” Data privacy should no longer be a luxury or generous offer, it should be baked into the core business processes of any firm. If it isn’t, you could be facing serious fines and data flow restrictions.  

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Auth0 and Passport: A Tale of Two Solutions

Bryan Giese

Auth0 and Passport

We’ve seen a lot of news lately about Auth0 and we are happy to see it. Auth0 and Passport are competitors in the customer identity and access management (CIAM) space and it is exciting to see a company that we respect be recognized by the wider community. Strangely, if I say this at the CIAM events we attend I get a few curious looks. Why would we want them to get attention? Doesn’t Passport want clients?

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Learn How The GDPR Impacts US Companies

Inversoft CIAM

GDPR impacts US companies

Despite being a European regulation, the global reach of internet business will ensure the GDPR impacts US companies and European firms. Unfortunately, few US firms are aware of the regulations and restrictions that become enforceable after May 25, 2018. With the recent high-profile data abuses and breaches, it should be a topic on every company’s mind. In the most basic terms, the GDPR defines a set of “user’s digital rights,” and changes how businesses can collect, store and control customer data. It also imposes steep fines for companies that are found in violation. Do you know if you are at risk? Are your data partners compliant? (To get started, read our Developer’s Guide to the GDPR.)

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Meetup: Software Security Roundtable

Inversoft CIAM

Software Security Meetup Denver

This past Thursday Inversoft CTO Daniel DeGroff was a featured guest at a gathering of a progressive group of software security and development experts in Denver. The focus of the night was to discuss the intersection of software engineering and security and share current perspectives on the challenges, strategies and solutions in the industry today. Daniel’s unique experience gained while developing the Passport CIAM and CleanSpeak profanity filter provided participants with a solution provider’s view of the user access and monitoring challenges they face.

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Let’s Bootstrap this Sucker

Brian Pontarelli

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We are a couple of days into 365 Days of Passport, and it’s time to give you a preview of our plans to grow.

The first step of our plan is a little counter-intuitive, specifically in the current market climate. Step one is to stay bootstrapped for all of 2018. We want to prove that even in a heavily VC-funded space like CIAM, you can build a better mousetrap without taking any money. We want to prove that bootstrapped companies can compete with the the others who have $50M in the bank.

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