Intel SOA Expressway allows configurable policies for Content Attack Prevention (CAP)

Intel’s SOA Expressway is a software package that allows for the many different options in controlling the flow and security of web services throughout an organization or even those published to external consumers through a DMZ. In many instances, especially for public interfacing web services, it is essential to have some type of filtering (also called reverse-proxy) of requests from a consumer of a web service and this is the specialty of SOA Expressway and how it is used to protect web services. In addition to the built-in security features provided by a proxy workflow, proxy workflows within SOA Expressway can contain Content Attack Prevention (CAP) policies.

In this post by Andy Good, read a good summary of what CAP policies are, what risks they can mitigate and how you can use them.

http://communities.intel.com/community/openportit/blog/2010/09/15/intel-soa-expressway-allows-configurable-policies-for-content-attack-prevention-cap;jsessionid=1677AE286272EE13851F4514F1279AFE.node7COM

 

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