Roundtable: SOA Security - The Real Deal, or Much Ado About Nothing?
Date: February 27, 2008
12:00 pm US Eastern
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Mike Rothman, President and Principal Analyst, Security Incite (bio)
Gunnar Peterson, Managing Principal, Arctec Group (bio)
Andrew Brown, Director of Security Product Marketing, AmberPoint (bio)
SOA is everywhere as major organizations increasingly rearchitect their applications around industry standards and common communications protocols. Yet as the data, processing and presentation layers are increasingly separated, what are the security issues inherent to the service-oriented architecture? Are there new issues that create severe exposures, or is this just another vendor hype-fest focused on trying to find a problem for solutions?
Attend this panel discussion, moderated by Security Incite analyst Mike Rothman to get a no-holds barred look at SOA Security now and in the future. If you are looking at SOA-based applications, you need to attend this round table. The following topics will be covered:
- New attack vectors introduced by SOA
- The best place to implement SOA Security
- Strategies to build secure SOA applications
- Leverage with existing identity and access management
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Featured Speaker Bios:
Mike Rothman is a monthly columnist for ebizQ and host of ebizQ’s Mike Rothman Security Report, a monthly podcast. Mike is ebizQ’s senior security analyst and is a frequent speaker and moderator for enterprise security-related ebizQ Webinars.
Mike is president and principal analyst of Security Incite, an industry analyst firm in Atlanta, and the author of The Pragmatic CSO: 12 Steps to Being a Security Master. Get more information about the Pragmatic CSO, read his blog, or reach him via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Gunnar Peterson is a Managing Principal at Arctec Group. He focuses on distributed systems security for large, mission-critical systems in the financial, healthcare, manufacturing, and insurance industries, as well as emerging start-ups.
Mr. Peterson is an internationally recognized software security expert, frequently published and also serving as the Associate Editor for the IEEE Security & Privacy Journal on Building Security.
He is also an Associate Editor for the Information Security Bulletin, a contributor to the SEI and DHS Build Security In portal on software security, and an in-demand speaker at many security conferences.
Andrew Brown has more than fifteen years of experience in developing and marketing enterprise security solutions. In his role as AmberPoint’s Director of Product Strategy, he works closely with AmberPoint’s hundreds of enterprise customers and helps set the company’s product roadmap for security solutions. Prior to AmberPoint, Andrew was a co-founder and Director of Strategic Marketing at Nanobiz, who built the industry’s first Web services development platform. Andrew went on to serve as Evangelist for the XML Web Services Security initiative at VeriSign, where he drove the development of offerings for application security. Andrew has also been a part of several security-related startups, has participated in industry standards groups such as WS-I, and was a member of the Java Commerce Group at Sun.