Bluetooth, a standards based organization, chooses Auth0 to implement standards based authentication via OpenID Connect and OAuth for improved security, access, and interoperability.
BELLEVUE, WA - Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), a standards based organization that oversees the development and licensing of Bluetooth technologies, has chosen Auth0 to implement standards based authentication throughout their organization. Thanks to Auth0, Bluetooth was able to implement OpenID Connect and OAuth throughout their organization in record time, meeting the needs of today and also laying the foundation for future expansion.
Auth0 was chosen not solely for technological capability, but also for state-of-the-art security, top-notch documentation, excellent customer support, and a superior licensing model that was a right fit for Bluetooth. Auth0 allowed Bluetooth to keep their existing infrastructure in place, while adding the standards based authentication layer on top. This allowed the Bluetooth engineering team to quickly implement the solution across multiple disparate apps.
“Being a standards based organization, it was important for Bluetooth SIG to implement a standards based identity solution for our platform.” – Jeremy Syme, Director of Systems Engineering
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Auth0 provides frictionless authentication and authorization for developers. The company makes it easy for developers to implement even the most complex identity solutions for their web, mobile, and internal applications. Ultimately, Auth0 allows developers to control how a person’s identity is used with the goal of making the internet safer. As of August, 2016, Auth0 has raised over $24m from Trinity Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, K9 Ventures, Silicon Valley Bank, Founders Co-Op, Portland Seed Fund and NXTP Labs, and the company is further financially backed with a credit line from Silicon Valley Bank.