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Forum Systems and Partners Demonstrate Best-of-Breed SOA Security and Management Roadmap at RSA 2006 Conference; Featuring Breach Security, Crossbeam Systems, Microsoft, NetContinuum and RSA Security.

Forum Systems:

WHAT: A comprehensive Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) for internally-facing and external Web services applications requires multi-layer security, loosely coupled application development and distributed systems management capabilities. The following industry experts demonstrate the need for best-of-breed integration for successful enterprise SOAs:

--Breach Security for Distributed Security Visibility

--Crossbeam Systems for Scalable Network Security Switches

--Forum Systems for Web Services and SOA Security

--RSA Security for Identity and Access Management

--HP for SOA Management

--Microsoft for Improving Network Security and Performance

--NetContinuum for Web Application Security and Acceleration

WHY: Organizations are driving innovative by weaving together disparate applications, platforms, technologies and standards. The ability for an organization to select products and services that successfully launch a SOA is becoming mission critical. Attendees will learn the enabling components and principles that ensure agile, scalable and secure enterprise-wide SOAs:

--Best-of-breed platform integration

--Distributed web services management

--Message-layer and adaptive network security

--Standards-based interoperability

Note: All attendees will be entered in a drawing for a FREE iPod Movie Player

WHEN: RSA 2006 Conference

WHERE: Forum Systems Booth #2107


A distributed application security management platform that integrates behavior-based application security technology with SOA security can provide visibility into multiple levels of known and unknown risks and threats so appropriate measures can be taken.

Kevin Overcash

Vice President, Marketing and Product Management

Breach Security BreachGate WebDefend

As large enterprises and service providers implement full scale SOA environments, the model of deploying individual security appliances for each security layer is not acceptable. Enterprises need an architecture that ties together their perimeter firewall, IDS/IPS, content filtering and XML protection in a single unified threat management platform.

Joel Silberman

Vice President of ISV Partnerships and Business Development

Crossbeam Systems X-Series Security Services Switches

XML Firewalls are an essential ingredient to enforce endpoint security policies, entitlements and privileges while mitigating the threats posed by a new breed of content-borne attacks and business process interoperability challenges that arrive from technologies such as SOAP and WS-Security.

Wes Swenson,


Forum Systems XWall XML Firewall

SMBs and branch offices increasingly rely on the cost-benefits of SOA architectures and require integrated software security solutions like ISA Server 2004 from Microsoft that enhance network security and performance while streamlining the management of SOA.

David Feldman

Senior Product Manager, ISA Server Security Business Unit

Microsoft ISA Server 2004

Enterprises demand best-of-breed layered security that can handle the intense demands of mission critical data centers. By integrating powerhouse web application and XML firewalls, customers gain the benefits of converged security and acceleration in one easy-to-deploy box.

Varun Nagaraj


NetContinuum NC-2000 Web Application Gateway

As the implementation of Web services and service-oriented architectures continue to drive new opportunities, customers are looking to leverage existing investments in identity and access management (IAM) solutions with SOA security products, extending the reach of their IAM functionality for service-oriented applications and reducing the cost of ownership.

Stuart Cohen

Director Partner Development

RSA Security ClearTrust
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Date:Feb 13, 2006
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