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How Enterprises Can Leverage SOA to Share Information Securely

Date: August 11, 2005

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

All dates and times are NY local time, please consult your favorite world clock to determine when this webinar takes place in your time zone.

Featured Speakers:

Sam Ceccola, Chief Federal Architect, BEA Government Systems (bio)
Tom Fuhrman, Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton (bio)
Daniel M. Foody, VP of Actional Products, Progress Software (bio)


Moderator:

Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

Actional and AFEI

Information is one of the most important enterprise resources. Government agencies face increasing challenges to more effectively leverage, integrate and share information. Businesses face increasing volatility, complexity and risk from changing tenets of globalization, which generate greater demands for information. Both face the overwhelming challenge of protecting information while at the same time making it more available. In an increasingly information-centric, collaboration-dependent world, success depends on the ability to integrate, move and use data confidently and securely. This Webinar will discuss how SOA can help both public and private enterprises achieve the delicate balance between making information available and keeping it secure.

Benefits of attending this Webinar:

  • Learn the benefits of an information-centric organization
  • Understand how to protect information while leveraging it to increase value
  • Learn how SOA can help you optimize performance



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Sam Ceccola
As the Chief Federal Architect BEA Government Systems, Mr. Ceccola is responsible for providing technical and architectural guidance to BEA’s customers, partners and employees. Mr. Ceccola has over 15 years of experience in delivering information technology systems for business and government focused primarily in distributed architectures that include Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA).

Prior to joining BEA in September 2004, Mr. Ceccola was in charge of the High Availability practice for Hewlett-Packard Managed Services. In that role, Mr. Ceccola provided High Availability end-to-end services for HP largest global customers, which included responsibility for Architecture, Implementation and Governance of those customers’ most critical business. Prior to HP, Mr. Ceccola led the J2EE Architects for Bluestone Software.

During the 1990’s, Mr. Ceccola was the Information Technology Manager/Lead Consultant for a mid-size Pennsylvania based Systems Integrator and then was the CEO and founder of a small services company for seven years.

Mr. Ceccola’s experience includes J2EE, C++, Other Object Oriented technologies, Oracle and other database technologies, Microsoft, Networking, Platforms and Storage.

In addition to his professional experience Mr. Ceccola has served as an instructor in the subject of Object Oriented Technologies, J2EE, C++, and other related information technologies at a number of universities including, Penn State, Albright and several private institutions. Mr. Ceccola has the privilege of representing BEA in several industry forums including but not limited to the Open Group and Industry Advisory Council where he chairs a SOA subcommittee.

Tom Fuhrman, a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, leads a staff of 150 security professionals focused on delivering the full range of information assurance services to Defense clients. In this role he is responsible for developing capability and delivering services in over 25 information assurance functional areas, including web services security, cross-domain solutions, security architectures, security engineering, wireless security, network security, public key infrastructure, Voice over IP, software applications security, certification and accreditation, security test and evaluation, information disclosure and release, and information assurance policy and program support. He has led and supported strategic and tactical information assurance consulting assignments with clients in defense, civil, and commercial sectors. He has over 25 years of professional experience. His personal areas of specialty include security architectures, software, enterprise strategy, and creative engineering.

Before joining Booz Allen, Mr. Fuhrman was a member of the staff of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) where he assisted the President’s science advisor with setting and articulating national priorities for science and technology, and collaborated with the National Security Council staff and the Federal departments and agencies to develop and recommend policy options on national security science and technology issues. He played a key role in infrastructure protection policy, and worked to strengthen the government-industry partnership to improve the security and reliability of critical information networks of the national infrastructure. He is the author of the OSTP publication CYBERNATION: The American Infrastructure in the Information Age.

Mr. Fuhrman received a BS degree in Electrical Engineering, a BS degree in Mathematics, and an MS degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University. He also received an MS degree in Aeronautical Engineering from California State University. He conducted doctoral studies in Electrical Engineering at the University of Dayton and held a national defense fellowship at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association. He holds a Top Secret security clearance based on a special background investigation.

Daniel Foody - Foody leverages his 20+ years of enterprise software development to span the boundary between business and technology with service-oriented architectures (SOA). Previously serving as CTO for Actional Corp., acquired by Progress in early 2006, Foody's experience with distributed systems technologies including middleware, integration and Web services have provided him with a broad understanding and passion for solving today’s critical business issues with innovative technology solutions.

For additional info, here’s a link to some of Dan’s thoughts on SOA / Data governance from the Progress SOA Infrastructure blog


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