Best practices for pervasive Web services security

Thursday, 1 September 2005, 12:44 PM EST

Any time an enterprise deploys a new technology, it must strike a balance between benefits and risks. A new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) service, for example, might increase customer satisfaction and reduce billing costs, but it might also expose confidential data to hackers. The enterprise deploying such a service must eliminate the threat data exposure to ensure that the CRM service's benefits outweigh its risks.

How can enterprises address the security threats inherent in Web services? By following the best practices described in this paper, enterprises can ensure the benefits of Web services outweigh the risks.

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