|Date:||24 February 2005 (Thursday)|
|Time: ||1900hrs to 2100hrs. Registration will start at 1845hrs|
| ||1 Marina Boulevard|
| || Level 21 One Marina Boulevard (next to Neptune Theatre, the new NTUC building)|
|RSVP:||Members or invited guests only. Pls register your seats at http://www.security.org.sg/members (members login required)|
or e-mail to email@example.com
Membership sign-up is also available at the door. ($10/annum for professional membership, $5/annum for tertiary students)
Presentations coming soon!
Title: Securing your Code : Principles & Practices
Presenter: Alan Andrews Dias
Title: J2EE and .Net Inter-Operability
This one hour session will provide a systematic approach and knowledge of security best practices in designing, building, and configuring secure NET applications. Whether you have existing applications or are building new ones, you can apply the guidance to help you make sure that your Web applications are hack-resilient. Discover where vulnerabilities exist and understand where to secure your Network, Host, and Application and get the best practices principles in writing secure C
Presenter: Steven Cheah
Overcoming J2EE and .NET Interoperability Challenges: Microsoft This session addresses and outline of the leading information available of about how to ensure that enterprise applications based on Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) work in harmony with components based on Microsoft. NET and vice versa. If you have responsibility for implementing interoperability between these two platforms in an enterprise environment, this session is meant to be both practical and prescriptive on the subject, including specific how-to's. A larger focus on interoperability using of XML web
services is emphasized here.
Thanks to our sponsor, Microsoft for providing the venue for this event.
Please note that members who are SSCP/CISSP can accrue CPE credits by attending this event.