Hype: Reality Ratio: Case Studies of Secure Web Service Implementations
Web Services Edge 2005 East: CS-5B

Bret Hartman has been a prominent figure for over 20 years in the fields of information security and secure systems development. At the National Security Agency he helped create the DoD Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria, the famous NSA Orange Book that was the foundation of information security assurance and the Common Criteria framework. Bret also coauthored Mastering Web Services Security (Wiley 2003) and Enterprise Security with EJB and CORBA (Wiley 2001). Bret is a coeditor of the Security Scenarios document produced by the WS-I Basic Security Profile Working Group and he coauthored the CORBA Security specification.

After years of hype and seemingly few deployments, this session highlights several real-world examples from today's leading enterprises implementing transaction-based Web services. The session answers critical questions for enterprises investigating Web services of their own, including: What are the major players really doing? What standards are considered practical for use? What architectural and infrastructure considerations are critical for success? Focusing on four detailed, real-world organizational examples from planning, development, testing, deployment, and finally from operational management, this session is a practical field guide to today's non-trivial Web service deployments and those steps taken to ensure their success.

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