This SearchWebServices.com guide introduces you to Web services security -- highlighting the inherent challenges of securing Web services while providing you with strategies to overcome these challenges. You'll find articles, tips, white papers, expert advice and more to arm
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WS-Security enables Web services to be deployed across firewalls to reach business partners, suppliers and customers. Here we've pulled together tips, expert advice, articles and the lastest news to help build your confidence using this standard.
Common Alerting Protocol (CAP), which standardizes the interfaces used to disseminate public alerts and warnings, is ratified by OASIS as a standard.
A preview of XML's next-generation security language.
OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) is a not-for-profit, international consortium that drives the development, convergence, and adoption of e-business standards.
This forum is designed to offer security professionals, application developers, product managers, system auditors and IT operations staff a way to exchange ideas and share information about XML Web Services and security issues.
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Just when you thought your SAP, PeopleSoft and Oracle apps were safe, Gartner said that opening their built-in Web services interfaces may open some unknown security holes.
A look at some of the dangers of insecure code and a few best practices for writing more secure code.
Identity management is a growing challenge for Web services, but experts say a combination of good policies and cutting-edge security technology might be the best answer.
When traditional security is not enough inside the firewall, where do you turn? Find out if you should implement special precautions to your current security mechanisms from this webcast.
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Experts identify the nuances of securing Web services, and there's more to it than antivirus software and a solid firewall.
XML Web services have introduced an open, standards-based way of doing business, and traditional network security efforts aren't enough to keep things safe.
A Forrester Research report delves into the immature XML security gateway market and makes a few recommendations to help enterprises with their buying decisions.
More than half of the companies participating in a recent security survey said they have yet to deploy Web services beyond the firewall because of security concerns. Also, nearly all of those with Web services projects said they are using multiple standards in building their Web services security architectures.