The Yoti Go SDK by Yoti integrates existing applications with a verification system that is not reliant on the cloud, but on secure Tier 3 local data centers. Users send ID details which are processed by the Yoti platform.
Attackers know that API calls originating from inside an app are a blueprint for the infrastructure inside your data center. Further, they can use those same API calls to hide their malicious purposes, like a Trojan horse ready to slip through the front door. Apps are the new emerging threat vector.
Google is making it even easier for developers wishing to implement OpenID with the OAuth. Google has announced that developers can now utilize a "Hybrid Protocol" that combines the OpenID federated login with the OAuth authorization process. The new OpenID OAuth extension makes it easier for developers to implement OAuth through initial authentication using OpenID. According to Yariv Adan on the Google Data APIs Blog: