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Securing service oriented architectures with WS-Security

Tema Técnica
Cuándo 11/08/2007
de 09:00 a 10:00
Dónde Aula D7
Nombre Matías Cuenca-Acuña
Lenguaje es
Nivel alto

Today's businesses rely on encrypted links and firewalls to safeguard critical information. As service oriented architectures (SOA) become widespread, more companies open their internal APIs to create new services through partnerships with other businesses. Unfortunately, security is only as strong as the weakest link and SOA adds lots of them. In this talk we will introduce WS-Security, the only standard available today for guaranteeing end to end security for SOA. We will also touch on its performance implications for current systems and how this is hurting the adoption of SOA.

Nota: La charla es en español (aunque las filminas van a estar en inglés)

Autor: Matías Cuenca-Acuña

Matí­as Cuenca-Acuña is a software architect working on SOA security for Intel. He holds a bachelor degree from FaMAF and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey (USA). Matías is an assistant professor at Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (UNC), Argentina. For the last seven years, Matías has worked in the area of large scale distributed systems and information management. He has worked for search engines like Ask Jeeves and has published several papers at international conferences.


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