DataPower Offers XML Web Services Security Program for Government Agencies

Aug 12, 2003


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DataPower Technology, Inc., a provider of XML-Aware Network infrastructure, has announced the immediate availability of a free XML Web Service Security program to qualified government organizations. For over four years DataPower has been implementing XML acceleration and Web Services security solutions and has customers in both the state and federal government. Now DataPower has teamed with SAIC, national security and information technology integrators, and are sharing their XML and Web Service security knowledge to help government agencies manage Web Services complexity and reduce operational risks.

To support governmental functions with XML Web Service security strategies, DataPower is offering qualified agencies and departments any or all of the following: a free research paper: "XML Web Service Security Best Practices;" no cost private briefing on Web services security standards and Web service deployment practices and successes from the private and public sector; and/or on-site loaner of a XML Web Services security gateway for 30 days with no cost or obligation.

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