Network security is becoming increasingly important in an economy where services are delivered over the web. Several layers need to deliver a well co-ordinated end to end security. This session will quickly cover the concepts of network security and deep dive into the newer features of Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) security. Thin client security offered by JavaCard, and Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) will be covered as well. Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) security and security as offered by deployment platforms like Solaris and Linux will be introduced. Finally, XML security, which is becoming a standard for web-based security will be explored. Attend this session to understand the various aspects of security that are essential to implement layered security for web services.
Brief Bio of Dr. Raghavan "Rags" Sriniva
Dr. Raghavan "Rags" Srinivas is a Java Technology Evangelist at Sun Microsystems. He specializes in Java and distributed systems. He is a proponent of Java tehnology and teaches undergraduate and graduate classes in the evening. He has spoken on a variety of technical topics at conferences around the world. Rags brings with him about 15 years of software development experience. He worked for Digital Equipment Corporation before joining Sun. He has worked on several technology areas, including internals of VMS, Unix and NT. Rags holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from the Center of Advanced Computer Studies at the University of Southwestern Louisiana. He enjoys running, hiking and eating spicy food.
Drawing upon field experience,
observation, and research, this full-day tutorial focuses on the aspects and practices of management important in managing the
maintenance of information systems (IS). The following topics are planned for coverage (the tutorial will be conducted in English):
Because the tutorial proceeds with a mix of discussion, lecture, and workshop activities, the sequence, amount of emphasis, and depth and level of coverage of the topics will be modified as the day progresses. The adjustments will be shifts to reflect the expressed interest of the persons attending. This tutorial is intended for persons with supervisory or management functions with respect to IS maintenance, and for persons who expect to have such functions. The main objective of this tutorial is to provide those attending with a basis for becoming more successful in their supervisory and management functions with respect to information systems maintenance.
Brief Bio of Dr. Ned Chapin
Dr. Ned Chapin has served as an Information Systems Consultant and as a Professor
of Information Systems. His more than three decades of experience in the information
systems field have covered a breadth of industries (financial, manufacturing,
insurance, extractive, distribution, services, and governmental organizations) in a width
of areas (commercial, industrial, managerial, process control, operations, engineering,
and research applications and systems software), both in the USA and internationally.
He has worked with computers from large to small, in a diversity of languages,
software environments, and operating systems. He has been active in and contributed
to systems, techniques, methods, and management in all phases of the life cycle of
systems, including feasibility, systems proposals and evaluations, analysis, design,
programing, coding, debugging, testing, documentation, conversion, operation,
maintenance, and post–installation audit. He has served as an expert witness in
litigation in both state and Federal courts, and contributed to the computer field in the
areas of software engineering, database, computer programing, software metrics,
software maintenance, and management technology.
The Web has evolved from a network-based hypermedia distributed
information system offering static information to a marketplace for
selling and buying goods and services. Sophisticated applications are
required to enable this marketplace.
Brief Bio of Dr. Qusay H. Mahmoud
Qusay H. Mahmoud is a faculty member in the School of Computing Science at Simon Fraser University, Canada. Qusay has published dozens of articles, and he is the author of two books Distributed Programming with Java (Manning Publications, USA) and Wireless Java (O'Reilly and Associates, USA).
Today, at least half of the industrial software development is connected to business application development.
During the past ten years, requirements on functionality of business applications have been slowly changing.
This shift consists of moving from traditional command based applications to the applications of workflow and groupware type.
Such applications are aimed at "controlling" business processes. Designing an appropriate "control" system presumes that
the nature of the process that we want to control is fully understood.
Brief Bio of Dr. Ilia Bider
Ilia Bider is a cofounder and Director R&D of IbisSoft (Stockholm, Sweden). He has combined experience
of over twenty years of research, and practical work on all level (research, business and system analysis, system design,
coding, sells, and marketing) in 5 countries (Norway, Russia, Sweden, UK, US). He has published more than 20 research papers
as well as a number of articles for practitioners.
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