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  • FusionAuth Names Don Bergal as CEO to Further Advance Sales of Company's Developer-First Identity and Access Management Platform

    FusionAuth, the authentication and authorization platform built for developers, today announced Don Bergal as the company’s chief executive officer (CEO). Mr. Bergal assumes the CEO role from Brian Pontarelli, founder of FusionAuth, who will become the company’s chief technology officer (CTO). In his role as CEO, Mr. Bergal will oversee all of FusionAuth’s operations with an emphasis on sales and marketing to accelerate organic growth for the organization.

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  • Zero Trust and How IdPs Factor Into It

    Years ago, before the widespread adoption of cloud and SaaS-based offerings, IT security was arguably simpler. For a while, you could assume with a decent level of confidence that anyone inside your corporate network was meant to be there and could be trusted. Meanwhile, anyone outside the network was not to be trusted.

    This is no longer the case.

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  • Readymag chose FusionAuth because of the well-structured API, Typescript SDK, and helpful support

    Sergey Nechaev and Ilya Shuvalov are FusionAuth community members and software developers at Readymag. They chatted with us over email about how they and their team are using FusionAuth to meet their auth needs.

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  • How to Set Up Single Sign-On Between FusionAuth and Joomla

    When you are maintaining a large number of websites, it can be difficult to keep track of all of the administrator logins required. What’s more, it can lead to lapses in security if you’re constantly losing and having to reset your password, or worse, keeping them written down somewhere.

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  • FusionAuth Introduces Advanced Threat Detection to Help Safeguard User Identity

    FusionAuth, makers of the complete, developer-focused API-first identity and access management platform, today announced FusionAuth Advanced Threat Detection. This suite of features provides additional security for FusionAuth users, protecting their customers from cyber attacks that prey on identity-related themes. FusionAuth Advanced Threat Detection was created with developers in mind, giving them robust security features that are simple to implement into their apps and software right out of the box. The new offering also monitors user behavior to determine if users are who they say they are, further securing their identities.

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