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Application Architecture for WebSphere: A Practical Approach to Building WebSphere Applications by Joey Bernal

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Chapter 9 Keeping Things Secure

Security is a topic that usually gets more attention than the topic of performance, but of course, the stakes are higher. Slow performance means unhappy customers or end users; poor security can have much more dire consequences. This chapter looks at security in several different ways, both from a WebSphere perspective using built-in security functionality, and from the viewpoint of application architecture and how you can build security into your applications where required.

Security from a code perspective should be a first line of defense. Applications need to be written securely, reviewed, and tested, to ensure that you are not allowing large security holes into your application and potentially into your enterprise. ...

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