SearchSecurity.com's Security360 podcast offers fresh perspectives -- from vendors, experts and infosec pros -- on a variety of complex information security issues. In our debut episode, we examine the state of security for service-oriented architectures and Web services. ZapThink analyst Jason Bloomberg offers an overview of the security issues unique to SOA environments, while executives from SAP and Oracle discuss how they address SOA security in their software. (Runtime: 29:45)
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