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CA extends web security to JBoss Enterprise Middleware

Offers organisations secure access management for web applications and services deployed on open source JBoss

CA hasextended its web access security technology to include support for webapplications and web services hosted on Red Hat\'s JBoss EnterpriseMiddleware.

The CASiteMinder and SOA Security Manager offer organisations secure accessmanagement for web applications and services deployed on JBossEnterprise Middleware, including JBoss Enterprise Application Platform,Enterprise Portal Platform and Enterprise SOA Platform, the companysaid.

The SiteMinder and SOASecurity Manager are part of the company\'s secure web businessenablement portfolio and are standards-supporting products that helpreduce IT security risks associated with deploying web-basedapplications and web services.

Accordingto CA, the SiteMinder enables web access management system providingweb single sign-on, authentication management, policy-basedauthorisation, identity federation and audit services. SOA SecurityManager uses centralised security policies linked to user identities toprovide XML threat prevention, authentication, authorisation,federation, session management and security auditing servicescapabilities.

Stephen Hess,senior director of product management, middleware at Red Hat, said:“Open source middleware adoption is growing and more organisations aredeploying their mission-critical applications on JBoss EnterpriseMiddleware.

“The need forenterprise-class security for web applications and web services growsin parallel with the rise in deployments, which is why we are pleasedthat CA is extending its security platforms for web access managementthrough CA SiteMinder and CA SOA Security Manager.”