Strong Web Service Authentication Using SAML

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A new wave of enterprise applications is being developed according to a Service- Oriented Architecture (SOA) using Web services. Learn how the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) can be used for authenticating Web services.

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Strong Web Service Authentication Using SAML

  1. 1. Building Strong Web Service Authentication Using Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) Jahan Moreh Chief Security Architect Sigaba jmoreh@sigaba.com j h@ i b www.sigaba.com Jahan Moreh Strong Web Service Authentication Using SAML Session: E-F2, April 28, 2008 Objectives • Articulate the problem of integrating authentication into distributed applications • List the individual specifications that make up SAML 2.0 standard d d • Describe the structure of a SAML Assertion • Describe SAML’s Authentication Statement element • Demonstrate an understanding of SAML Bindings • Understand the use of Assertions, Statements and Bindings in the Browser Single Signon Profiles g g g • Demonstrate an understand

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