Chapter 13. Java EE .NET Security Interoperability

Security by Default

Security exploits and vulnerabilities are often causes of huge financial loss and disruption of business services. The Computer Security Institute (refer to [CSI] for details) has reported a worldwide financial loss of circa US$130 million that resulted from virus, unauthorized access, and theft of proprietary information in 2005, a US$7.3 million loss (compared to US$65 million loss in 2003) due to denial of service attacks, and an average US$355,552 (2005) loss per incident for proprietary information theft in 2003. A business application that was considered “secure” running on a Unix or Windows platform (for example, protected by firewall and anti-virus application) is ...

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