Rich Chetwynd founded Litmos, the market-leading learning technology company, as well as ThisData, a data security company leading the way in Account Takeover (ATO) attack detection. After ThisData was acquired by OneLogin in Summer 2017, Rich began working with the OneLogin engineering team with a focus on adaptive authentication.
Now you can easily set up and govern your multi-role, multi-account AWS environment with OneLogin.
End the confusion about which flow you should use and what values you can expect to be returned with the OpenID Connect Inspector.
We recently released a update to our OpenId Connect (OIDC) provider that makes our well-known configuration document validate correctly with clients that strictly enforce the OpenId Connect specification.
In recent months, SCIM has been on a roll! Finally, this fantastic standards-based approach for syncing user information between applications has begun to emerge, with increasing adoption rates that reveal no signs of slowing down.
Since I’m focused on Product Management at OneLogin, and don’t do much engineering work around here as a result, my own error story comes from ThisData.
OneLogin has a proud history of supporting the developer ecosystem, starting in the early days with our industry-leading work to help developers SAML-enable their applications. In an effort to make it easier for developers to understand the concepts around SAML, we launched samltool.com, and also released numerous SAML toolkits that are still widely used and supported today.
In this post I’ll show you how to send login events that have an elevated risk to a Slack channel. This is a great way to keep an eye out for suspicious access, and you could easily extend this code sample to send other types of events.