The presentations here discuss several key aspects of WebSphere® Application Server security, summarizing in one place information that is often difficult to find elsewhere. This valuable information has been presented and well-received at numerous IBM conferences.
These presentations are an example of the more than 20 presentations that are part of the WebSphere Application Server Security Presentation Series. If you are interested in learning more about WebSphere Application Server security, please contact IBM Software Services for WebSphere to arrange for a WebSphere security expert to visit your location and provide you with advanced training around the many topics that are part of the presentation series.
Outlines the steps required to turn an out-of-the-box WebSphere Application Server V6 configuration into a "hardened" configuration. Offers high level steps rather than detailed instructions.
A set of programming examples that document some of the most commonly asked security questions.
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Keys Botzum is a Senior Technical Staff Member with IBM Software Services for WebSphere. Mr. Botzum has over 10 years of experience in large scale distributed system design and additionally specializes in security. Mr. Botzum has worked with a variety of distributed technologies, including Sun RPC, DCE, CORBA, AFS, and DFS. Recently, he has been focusing on J2EE and related technologies. He holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from Stanford University and a B.S. in Applied Mathematics/Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. Mr. Botzum has published numerous papers on WebSphere and WebSphere security. Additional articles and presentations by Keys Botzum can be found at http://www.keysbotzum.com, as well as on IBM developerWorks WebSphere. He is also co-author of IBM WebSphere: Deployment and Advanced Configuration.