Getting Started

Before you start integrating with sgID, you will need to register a client with sgID. After registration, you will receive sgID client credentials, which include OAuth 2.0 client credentials and a private key that identifies your client. These credentials are important for your application to:

  1. Authenticate with sgID

  2. Enforce end-to-end encryption of the end user's data

We highly recommend integrating with sgID using one of our SDKs to simplify the integration process.

If you do not wish to integrate with sgID using our SDKs, feel free to refer to our custom integration guide. The guide discusses how to decrypt the sgID user payload which is useful if you are using your own OpenID Connect client.

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