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Free Webinar: Enterprise Class Access Control and Security For Subversion and CVS

From: Elaine <elnemurphy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2008 16:18:23 -0700 (PDT)

Enterprise Class Access Control and Security For Subversion and CVS

Learn how to safeguard valuable intellectual property and go well
beyond the security features these systems provide on their own

Space is Limited.
Reserve your seat now at:

Tuesday, May 20, 2008
11:00am PST / 2:00pm EST

In this webcast, you'll hear several brief case studies highlighting
the business and technical benefits of adding complete authorization,
access control, and audit capabilities to Subversion and CVS. This
session will not be about industry trends or analyst perspectives.
Instead, we will focus on the known shortcomings in Subversion and CVS
security capabilities and learn about a solution vendor's perspective
on how to:

* Create, maintain, and monitor complex security policies with minimal
* Assign access privileges at the ROOT, branch, directory or file
* Integrate with LDAP and Active Directory
* Audit and track all access to source code repositories
* Make manual creation and administration of permissions at the OS
level a thing of the past
* Comply with Sarbanes Oxley requirements
* Do all this without changing Subversion/CVS clients or servers

Case Studies
Sherwin Williams
Cirrus Logic

Jim Campigli
EVP and CTO, WANdisco

Rob Budas
Sr. Manager, WANdisco

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