Modern enterprise software and services, and the interaction between businesses, are powered by application programming interfaces (APIs). APIs enable data to flow internally and externally within and between businesses and their applications and services, their partners, and their customers. However, traditional Web 2.0 Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication and authorization methods for securing APIs have a known and notorious weak point; they rely on usernames and passwords and API Keys. Web 2. methods, time and time again, have been demonstrated to be the source of costly data breaches, fraud, account takeovers, identity theft, and more. Luckily, however, there is a solution—Web 3.0 decentralized zero-knowledge identity management. In this webinar, we will compare and contrast traditional Web 2.0 and emerging Web 3.0 IAM strategies. We will show how both can live alongside each other as your operational needs evolve. Furthermore, we will show how Web 3.0 IAM can help you keep your stakeholders—customers, partners, employees, suppliers, vendors, and systems—safer and secure while helping you enhance your overall privacy, data protection, business policy, and regulatory compliance efforts.