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Does the book covers security patterns with WebServices? If so, what are new enhancement and techniques in implementing security patterns under Webservices?

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To support Web services security, the book dedicates 4 chapters discussing the core security standards for Web services, Identity Mgmt and their patterns and best practices.

We identify Web services security core issues, requirements, infrastructure deployment topology, cover the following standards at the code level...WS-Security, XML Digital Signature, XML Encryption, XKMS, WS-I Security Profile, SAML, XACML and we also discuss about using XML firewall appliances.

In addition, the book covers 3 security patterns addressing Web services Security.

Message Interceptor Gateway
Message Inspector
Secure Message Router

For brief description on webservices security patterns , Take a look at the patterns catalog posted in the book web site.

Refer to Chapters 6,7,11,12 and Chapter 14 (for a security case study that includes Web services).


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