API Credentials definition

API Credentials means the credentials that allow you to make authenticated requests to the Healthtrends.ai API.
API Credentials means the secure keys, passwords, tokens, or other credentials Podium makes available to you to allow you to access the API.
API Credentials. An authentication method comprised of a key and secret used by Company to access a Service. Atlas Account: The account created by Company in Atlas when using the Portal. CPS: GlobalSign’s Certification Practice Statement available at http://www.globalsign.com/repository/ as updated from time to time. Certificate: An electronic document that uses a digital signature to bind a public key and an identity, i.e. digital certificate. GlobalSign: The GlobalSign entity identified on the Order Summary. GlobalSign Public Root: A GlobalSign Publicly Trusted root certificate that is embedded into one or more root stores of application software vendors/browsers and undergoes an annual WebTrust audit. GlobalSign Public Roots are listed in the CPS. Individual: A natural person. Industry Standards: The applicable (a) requirements adopted by the CA/Browser Forum, including without limitation, CA/Browser Forum Baseline Requirements for the Issuance and Management of Publicly-Trusted Certificates and Guidelines for the Issuance and Management of Extended Validation Certificates, (b) requirements applicable to GlobalSign’s inclusion in a trusted root store as adopted by an application software vendor, or (c) other applicable regulatory or quasi-regulatory standards. mTLS Certificate: A Certificate used for mutual or two-way authentication to a Service if Company is integrating its application directly to a Service API. Order Summary: The order document accepted by Company which sets out the Products and Service purchased, certain Product features, Quota, and fees payable, each representing an individual purchase which is governed by this MSA. Organization Validated (OV) Certificate Identity: A pre-approved Certificate identity that restricts Certificate request and issuance to a specific organization for which GlobalSign has authenticated the organization identity as described in the CPS. Portal: The portal for the Services that provides account management and ordering tools to facilitate the management of products and services provided by GlobalSign. The Portal also includes certain Certificate lifecycle management (CLM) functions where this feature has been enabled.

Examples of API Credentials in a sentence

  • ORCID shall use commercially reasonable efforts to protect the security and integrity of the ORCID Registry (including, without limitation, Member API Credentials, passwords, usernames, and IP addresses) and Record Data, as set forth in its Privacy Policy, including storing information in a data center with restricted access and monitoring, using secure socket and intrusion detection software, and hashing for passwords.

  • Premium benefits also include the ability for each Consortium Member to be issued up to five (5) Member API Credentials for use in different system integrations at the same organization.

  • To protect the security of Member API Credentials and the ORCID Registry against unauthorized uses and to learn about the uses made of the ORCID Registry and the Member APIs, ORCID may monitor activity and use of Member API Credentials and the Member APIs.

  • As between the parties, ORCID owns all rights, title, and interest, including without limitation, applicable database rights, in and to the ORCID Registry and the software developed by ORCID, the System Data, the Member APIs, the Member API Credential(s), and the ORCID Marks, as defined in Section 2.2 (collectively, the “ORCID Intellectual Property”); provided, however, ORCID Intellectual Property does not include any individual data elements in the ORCID Registry.

  • As between the Parties, ORCID owns all rights, title, and interest, including without limitation, applicable database rights, in and to the ORCID Registry and the software developed by ORCID, the System Data, the Member APIs, the Member API Credential(s), and the ORCID Marks, as defined in Section 2.2 (collectively, the “ORCID Intellectual Property”); provided, however, ORCID Intellectual Property does not include any individual data elements in the ORCID Registry.

  • As of the Effective Date, and subject to timely payment in full by Consortium Leader of the fees set forth in the Consortium Agreement, ORCID grants to each Consortium Member a non-transferable license to use a Member API Credential(s) to access the Member APIs, and read, deposit/edit and Use Record Data subject to the relevant Privacy Settings and terms and conditions set forth in this License Agreement.

  • The Technical Contact shall be the person responsible for managing the Member’s API Credential(s).

  • ORCID will issue all API Credentials, but credential requests should come through Consortium Leader.

  • As between ORCID and Consortium Leader, Consortium Leader shall be solely responsible for sales, use, or other taxes or other costs and fees relating to each Consortium Member’s use of the Member API Credential(s), the ORCID Registry, and the Member Benefits other than taxes based upon or credited against ORCID’s income.

  • Each Consortium Member shall be solely responsible for all costs associated with its Member Hardware (as defined in Section 3.1), its Member Network (as defined in Section 3.1) and establishing its access to and use of the Member API Credential(s), the ORCID Registry and Member Benefits.

More Definitions of API Credentials

API Credentials means Partner’s application program interface (API) username and password, and either an API signature or an API certificate.
API Credentials means a user name, password and developer token provided to You by PulsePoint (or provided to You by an Account Owner) that enables You to access PulsePoint’s servers via an API.

Related to API Credentials

  • Credentials means the unique log-in identifier entered via the Cloud Portal by which a person could access the Cloud Program.

  • Access Credentials means any user name, identification number, password, license or security key, security token, PIN or other security code, method, technology or device used, alone or in combination, to verify an individual’s identity and authorization to access and use the Service.

  • Credential means a license or certificate of certification issued by this state.

  • Protocols means written direction and orders, consistent with the department’s standard of care, that are to be followed by an emergency medical care provider in emergency and nonemergency situations. Protocols shall be approved by the service program’s medical director and shall address the care of both adult and pediatric patients.

  • Training means the reasonable costs associated with training and workshop participation under the Project, consisting of travel and subsistence costs for training participants, costs associated with securing the services of trainers, rental of training facilities, preparation and reproduction of training materials, and other costs directly related to course or workshop preparation and implementation.

  • Baseline Personnel Security Standard means the pre-employment controls for all civil servants, members of the Armed Forces, temporary staff and government contractors generally.

  • Calibration means the process of setting a measurement system's response so that its output agrees with a range of reference signals.

  • Web Site Accessibility Standards/Specifications means standards contained in Title 1 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 206.

  • User means a person, department or other administrative unit of the City authorized by the Contract Administrator to order Work under this Contract;

  • Users means, for Services, those employees, contractors, and end users, as applicable, authorized by You or on Your behalf to use the Services in accordance with this Agreement and Your order. For Services that are specifically designed to allow Your clients, agents, customers, suppliers or other third parties to access the Services to interact with You, such third parties will be considered “Users” subject to the terms of this Agreement and Your order.

  • Contractor Personnel means all employees of Contractor or any Permitted Subcontractors involved in the performance of Services hereunder.

  • Contract Manufacturer means a company that produces goods under contract for another company under the label or brand name of that company.

  • Peer-reviewed medical literature means a scientific study published only after having been critically reviewed for scientific accuracy, validity, and reliability by unbiased independent experts in a journal that has been determined by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors to have met the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals. Peer-reviewed medical literature does not include publications or supplements to publications that are sponsored to a significant extent by a pharmaceutical manufacturing company or health carrier.

  • Managed care means a system that provides the coordinated delivery of services and supports that are necessary and appropriate, delivered in the least restrictive settings and in the least intrusive manner. Managed care seeks to balance three factors:

  • End User means the ultimate user of the Telecommunications Service.

  • Testing means that element of inspection that determines the properties or elements, including functional operation of materials, equipment, or their components, by the application of established scientific principles and procedures.

  • Protocol means, in respect of any category of object and associated rights to which this Convention applies, the Protocol in respect of that category of object and associated rights;

  • Training provider means a person who provides training for members of the school workforce within the meaning of Part 3 of the Education Act 2005 (see section 100 of that Act).