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Web services promise to simplify business programming and to improve interoperability, but they won't deliver on these promises without effective security. Written by the leading security experts in the field, this innovative book clearly shows how to build a real-world, secure Web services system. Using theory, examples, and practical advice, the authors examine each of the security technologies used for providing secure Web services, emphasizing how security works with XML and SOAP. And with the help of two case studies, you'll also learn how to effectively plan and deploy a secure Web services system for both J2EE and .NET.
This book will show you how to build a secure Web services system today and anticipate the security systems of tomorrow. The authors:
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About the Author:
BRET HARTMAN is Chief Technology Officer at Quadrasis, a business unit of Hitachi. He is a well-known expert on security of component systems.
DONALD J. FLINN is Chief security architect at Quadrasis and an active member of the SAML and WS-Security working groups at OASIS, which defines XML and Web services security.
KONSTANTIN BEZNOSOV, PhD, is a security architect at Quadrasis, specializing in the security design for distributed systems.
SHIRLEY KAWAMOTO is a principal security architect at Quadrasis, specializing in cryptography.
|Ch. 1||Overview of Web Services Security||1|
|Ch. 2||Web Services||25|
|Ch. 3||Getting Started with Web Services Security||53|
|Ch. 4||XML Security and WS-Security||73|
|Ch. 5||Security Assertion Markup Language||99|
|Ch. 6||Principles of Securing Web Services||133|
|Ch. 7||Security of Infrastructures for Web Services||157|
|Ch. 8||Securing.NET Web Services||219|
|Ch. 9||Securing Java Web Services||259|
|Ch. 10||Interoperability of Web Services Security Technologies||287|
|Ch. 11||Administrative Considerations for Web Services Security||325|
|Ch. 12||Planning and Building a Secure Web Services Architecture||349|