December 04, 2006
Venice Consulting Group (VCG), a
software development and consulting firm based in Venice, California,
has released a new report titled "Secure Web Services with WS-Security"
discussing emerging security concepts for building Web services. The
new security standard, dubbed WS-Security, is beginning to play an
important role for all technology departments looking to make Web
services or service-oriented architecture (SOA) a part of their IT
The report discusses:
report is a compilation of information from the new book "Expert
Service-Oriented Architecture in C#," released this year and published
by Apress. WS-Security is a communications protocol developed to apply
security to Web services, and contains specifications on how integrity
and confidentiality can be enforced on Web services messaging.
"The recent growth in interest regarding Web services and service-oriented architecture has led to a lot of hype and misinformation," says Mauricio Duran, co-writer of the report and vice president at Venice Consulting Group. "The truth of the matter is that Web services can fulfill the promised potential if there is proper strategy and implementation. Security must play a huge role throughout, and this report gives the reader an overview of what security considerations need to be taken account of and how WS-Security can help IT firms and departments meet their needs."
To download the free report, visit http://www.veniceconsulting.com/securitypaper.aspx.
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