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Developing Enterprise Web Services: An Architect's Guide by James Webber - Ph.D., Sandeep Chatterjee - Ph.D.

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Security Is An End-to-End Process

Contrary to popular belief, security is important not only during data transport between one computer and another computer, but also after transport. In the process of doing a transaction the path that data follows is oftentimes complex and long, involving multiple hops. If a small section of this path is insecure, the security of the entire transaction and the system is compromised.

Today, many systems that are seemingly secure are in fact insecure. Designers and architects usually focus on the security issues relating to the transmission of data between the client and the server, while other segments of the data transmission value chain are assumed to be secure and do not get much attention. Many of today's ...

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