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What is Driving Modern Identity?

What is it? Why you should care & how you can adapt modern identity to your needs.

At Auth0, we are often asked, “How can we modernize identity without compromising on security, user experience and efficiency?"

Modern identity promises to solve some of the toughest problems that have historically plagued handling authentication and access control in applications.

Features that made users more secure, such as MFA, often came at the cost of user experience and vice versa. Modern Identity lies in bringing together seamless user experience, strong security and privacy, and efficiency.

During this webinar you will:

  • Understand what’s driving the adoption of Modern Identity and why you should care
  • Learn specific examples of how to bring together security, privacy and customer experience
  • Be introduced to Auth0’s Universal Identity Platform
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What is Driving Modern Identity?
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Architecture & Identity Part I: 3 IAM Examples
Forrester |  Total Economic Impact of Auth0 Webinar
The Jobs-to-be-Done (JTBD) Framework
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Risks Posed by Legacy Authentication
Legacy Authentication Is Not Enough
Intro to OpenID Connect
Intro to Guardian MFA and Breached Password Detection
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