Wikileaks CableGate: how can you ensure it doesn't happen to you! - Tuesday, 14th December 2010
By Dasunpriya Anuradha Mallikarachchi
- 6 Dec, 2010
The CableGate affair has shown that even classified systems can have huge Governance and security issues. One reaction to this is to focus on removing CD drives from classified systems. Here at WSO2 we think that the "fix" for these kind of issues goes much deeper: Fundamentally, some of the blame for CableGate must lie with the system design that allowed too many people to access classified and confidential data.
In this webinar Paul Fremantle (CTO) and Prabath Sirwardena (Security Lead) will have an open discussion about how to design systems and governance models to protect from this kind of leak.
In particular we will discuss:
- How to use Data Services to reduce batch data transfer and create auditable, limited access data systems
- Federated Identity and Single-Sign On tokens
- How to use policy-based entitlement to ensure that users only access what they need to
- Creating processes and procedures for managing entitlement policies
- Audit logs.
|Tuesday, 14th December 2010
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (PST)
|Presenters: Paul Fremantle & Prabath Siriwardena|