FusionAuth Blog

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  • Security and privacy risks when implementing an auth system

    Given the increase of data beaches in the past few years, it’s more important than ever for software engineering leaders to prioritize security, quality development practices, and robust governance controls. Your customers’ trust is on the line—and that’s the lifeblood of any business that wants to keep growing.

  • Unio self hosts FusionAuth and saves $100k

    Jason Musyj is a FusionAuth community member and Co-Founder & CTO of Unio. He chatted with us over email about how he and his team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

  • FusionAuth Launches Entity Management; Simplifies Creating & Managing Fine-Grained Permissions Across All Applications

    FusionAuth, makers of the complete, developer-focused API-first identity and access management platform, today introduced Entity Management, a powerful new product that allows developers to model and grant fine grained permissions not just to users but to servers and systems, as well.

  • Additional JWT headers, verification emails, and disappearing registrations

    The FusionAuth community has an active online forum, and I wanted to highlight some of the recent topics.

    Forum discussions vary in topic and depth, but focus on FusionAuth, how to solve problems with it, and how to integrate auth systems with other software packages.

  • Supercharge Development with FusionAuth

    Businesses have begun to acknowledge that the physical health of developers is an asset. As a result, many workstations now come equipped with furniture and devices designed to encourage natural posture, reduce exertion, and function within optimal reach zones. Such tools boost productivity by helping eliminate employee absences caused by repetitive strain injuries.

    But employers often overlook the mental strain developers can experience from repetitive and complex coding tasks. Fortunately, the team at FusionAuth is working to reduce such pain points in the massively complex customer identity access management (CIAM) space.

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