RSA Security touts success with web services federation

Thursday, 27 May 2004, 1:11 PM EST

RSA Security said it has successfully tested complete interoperability of the WS (Web Services)-Federation specification. Several vendors including Microsoft and IBM participated in the test, the firm said.

"It's one thing for one company to claim that interoperability works," said Brian Breton, RSA Security, senior product marketing manager at RSA Security. "It's another thing to test interoperability among (several) vendors. They all implemented this." The WS-Federation is an effort to create a specification that will enable individuals and enterprises to authenticate each other quickly on many heterogeneous IT infrastructures.


By W. David Gardner at TechWeb News

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