Security Architectures for the Rich Web
While Web 2.0 technology and services have been common in the public sphere for a number of years, their uptake into the Enterprise has been relatively slow. Rich Internet Applications and Social Networks introduce new ways to allow users to interact with their applications, data and indeed, other users. They do however, bring with them significant opportunity to expose sensitive information. Whether breaches in security are due to unforeseen use of components of the application itself, or simply, by inappropriate information dissemination; through the use of Social Networking tools, Enterprise Web 2.0 introduces security trapdoors that should be addressed as part of the development framework and application design. In this talk recorded at Saltmarch Media's Great Indian Developer Summit Oracle's Barry Hiern looks at the various points of exposure in building Web 2.0 based applications for the enterprise, and some of the ways developers and administrators can secure their applications before data exposure becomes an issue.
Barry Hiern is Senior Principal Architect, APAC Channels Enablement at Oracle Corporation. With over twenty years in the software industry and more than a decade in leading roles within the Oracle Development organization, he has extensive experience in the areas of product development and delivery, enterprise architectures, business development, partner enablement and sales consulting.