Ron Ben-Natan is Chief Technical Officer at Guardium, a leader in database and application security. Ron is an expert in the field of application security, database security and enterprise applications. He is also an expert in distributed computing, J2EE applications, and Web services. He has published 9 technical books
including several best-selling WebSphere application server books and over 40 technical articles.
CORBA, McGraw Hill, 353pp, 0070054274
Objects on the Web, McGraw Hill, 488pp, 0070062811
CORBA on the Web, McGraw Hill, 432pp, 0070067244
IBM San Francisco Developer’s Guide, McGraw Hill, co-authored with Ori Sasson, 928pp, 0071351779
IBM WebSphere Starter Kit, Osborne/McGraw Hill, co-authored with Ori Sasson, 720pp, 0072124075
Web Applications – Published in Japanese for the Japanese market, co-authored with Ori Sasson
Integrating Service Level Agreements, John Wiley & Sons, co-authored with John Lee, 352pp, 0471210129
IBM WebSphere Application Server – the Complete Reference, Osborne/McGraw Hill, co-authored with Ori Sasson, 997pp, 0072223944
Mastering WebSphere Portal, John Wiley & Sons, co-authored with Richard Gornitsky, Tim Hannis, and Ori Sasson, 552pp, 0764539914
Affiliations and Expertise
Ron Ben Natan is CTO at Guardium, a leader in database security and auditing. Prior to Guardium Ron worked for companies such as Intel, AT&T Bell Laboratories, Merrill Lynch, J.P. Morgan and ViryaNet. He holds a Ph.D. in the field of distributed computing from the University of Jerusalem. Ron is an expert on the subject of distributed application environments, application security and database security and has authored nine technical books and numerous articles on these topics.