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Getting Started with Spring Security 3.2

30ed046efb35c67d4c055dab109b8933?s=47 Rob Winch
January 29, 2014

Getting Started with Spring Security 3.2

Spring Security is a framework that focuses on providing both authentication and authorization to Java applications. Like all Spring projects, the real power of Spring Security is found in how easily it can be extended to meet custom requirements. In this presentation Rob will incrementally apply the new features found in Spring Security 3.2 to an existing application to demonstrate how it can meet your authentication and authorization needs.



Rob Winch

January 29, 2014


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    without permission. Getting Started with Spring Security 3.2 @rob_winch
  2. About Me • Spring Security and Spring LDAP lead •

    Committer on Spring Framework • Co-author of Spring Security 3.1 book
  3. What is Spring Security • Comprehensive support for Authentication and

    Authorization • Protection against common attacks • Servlet API integration • Optional integration with Spring MVC • Portability
  4. New in Spring Security 3.2 • Servlet 3 and Servlet

    3.1 integration • Concurrency Support • Spring MVC integration • CSRF protection • Security header integration • Java Configuration support
  5. Demo

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