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Securent's Co-Founder to Speak on Securing Your SOA at SOA World Conference & Expo

Entitlement management in a service-oriented architecture

As companies embrace SOA and begin breaking apart monolithic applications, the question of how to control and secure access becomes mission critical. How do you take advantage of the flexibility inherent in a SOA while ensuring that component services are properly secured and managed through established access control policies? By decoupling the access control logic from the component services and administering it centrally, tomorrow's enterprise will be both agile and secured. This session will introduce the concept of entitlement management and demonstrate why emerging standards such as XACML are crucial to administering and enforcing policies in a SOA.

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Speaker Bio:
Sekhar Sarukkai is the co-founder and CTO of Securent, a leader in enterprise entitlement management. Prior to this, he co-founded Confluence Software, a Web services security company, and was also a chief architect for HP's e-Speak initiative. He holds an MS and a PhD in computer science from Indiana University.


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