Application security: Take precautions now, avoid possible breaches later

Register for this webinar to learn how the security features of Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform safeguard your Java™ EE deployments and applications.


It's the news no organization wants to read in the headlines: Your applications have been breached, and your confidential data is at risk. You thought you had followed the necessary security measures, but now you’re learning the hard way that you did not. How could this situation have been avoided? And what steps can you take to prevent this from happening again?

Safeguard the future with a Java EE deployment strategy
Application security is a combination of platform capability, solid strategy, and practice. And it’s a high priority concern for all organizations. JBoss Enterprise Application Platform offers a secure foundation that enables you to build  applications that protect your sensitive data.

What you’ll learn
Join this webinar to learn how JBoss Enterprise Application Platform can protect you from future mishaps.  Topics covered include:

  • Security features of JBoss Enterprise Application Platform.
  • Strategies to secure Java EE deployments such as web and enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) applications.
  • Masking passwords in configuration files.
  • Single sign-on using Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) and WS-Trust.

Date: May 9, 2013

  • 15:00 UTC | 11:00 am (New York) / 5:00 pm (Paris) / 8:30 pm (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English


Anil Saldhana senior principal software engineer, Red Hat

About Anil Saldhana: Anil Saldhana is the lead security architect for Red Hat JBoss Middleware. He is the founder and community leader of the PicketLink security project and an active participant in the OASIS, W3C, and JCP standards.

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