BEA unlocks first security product

Tuesday, 14 October 2003, 1:44 PM EST

Out to change the way developers secure applications, BEA Systems this week will release WLES (WebLogic Enterprise Security), its first stand-alone security software product.

The product features a distributed security architecture that can be used across Web, application, and custom-made applications. WLES is also designed to free developers from having to code in security for each application developed.

George Kassabgi, BEA's vice president and general manager of application security infrastructure, explained that this hackneyed process to application security is costly, laborious, and difficult. He added that with WLES, security such as authentication and authorization can be defined once and applied across existing and new servers as a service.

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