Abbie Barbir Ph.D - Senior WS and Security Advisor, Nortel

Abbie Barbir co-chairs the OASIS Technical Advisory Board and is a member of Nortel's Strategic Standards group, where he serves as Senior Advisor in the areas of Web services and Security. This role has involved him in many activities within OASIS, W3C, WS-I, OMA, ITU-T, Canadian Advisory Committee (CAC) JTC1 SC6, IETF, Parlay and IPSphere. He currently chairs the Cybersecurity question in ITU-T SG17 and is the vice chair of the CAC for JTC1 SC 6. In 2005, he represented OASIS to ITU-T and was instrumental in having the ITU-T consent the SAML and XACML OASIS Standards as ITU-T Recommendations. Abbie holds a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, USA. In his more than 20 years in the software and telecommunication industry, he has been a professor of Computer Science in Western Carolina University, an application developer, data compression and encryption inventor, systems architect, security architect, engineering manager, consultant, author, and inventor of numerous security algorithms. His term on the TAB extends to July 2008.


Juan Carlos Cruellas PhD - Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Juan Carlos Cruellas is professor at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and holds a PhD on IT for the from the same University. Among other activities, which include participation in several international research projects, he has been member of standardisation bodies in the area of electronic signature. He was co-chair of the OASIS Digital Signature Services TC, and also of the OASIS Digital Signature Services eXtended. He is also member of the ETSI Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures (ESI) Technical Committee, which deals with production of European standards for electronic signatures. He is also member of the W3C XML Security Maintenance Working Group.


Andre Durand - Founder and CEO, Ping Identity Corporation

Andre Durand is the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Ping Identity, the leading provider of federated identity management software for enabling secure Internet single sign-on. With over 100 Fortune 1000 customers, including the likes of Boeing, Comcast, E*Trade, Cisco, Department of Justice, and Fidelity Investments, Ping Identity has emerged as one of the leading enablers of Internet-scale identity and security solutions. Mr. Durand is also the co-founder and co-chair of Digital ID World, the digital identity industry conference operated in connection with CSO/CIO media. Prior to Ping Identity, Mr. Durand founded Jabber, Inc., a leading global provider of in instant messaging and presence management solutions serving both the carrier and enterprise markets. Prior to Jabber, Inc., Mr. Durand founded Durand Communications, a provider of client/server solutions for online databases and applications, where served as CEO for five years before selling the company to in 1998.


Martin Euchner - Senior security standardization expert, Nokia Siemens Networks

Martin Euchner began his career as a security engineer in Siemens R & D labs 1991 where he researched, developed and implemented cryptography, network security and security for multimedia systems in various international, national and company internal projects. He joined security standardization where he has been making numerous active contributions to Voice-over-IP security standards such as H.323/H.235 in ITU-T, ETSI TIPHON/TISPAN, IETF and IMTC. He has also been actively involved in cable standardization such as the IPCablecom projects in ITU-T SG9 and in ETSI AT-D.
Involved in VoIP security standardization since 1997, he took leadership roles in security standardization as editor and Rapporteur since 2000 in ITU-T where he has progressed H.235 Recommendation into version 4. Martin is actively involved in standardizing security for Next Generation Networks. He is co-chairing as vice chairman of working group 7 in ETSI TISPAN where he was driving forward as editor/Rapporteur the Next Generation Network Release 1 security initiative and has produced important NGN security standards. Martin is further an active contributor to ITU-T's Next Generation Network initiative in SG13, involved in ITU-T SG17 general security standardization and in the Focus Group on Identity Management. Since 2006, Martin is working as senior security standardization expert in the fixed network department for Nokia Siemens Networks. During his career, Martin has gained broad security expertise in various fields. He oversees the international security standardization landscape. Martin received a master's degree in computer science from Goethe University/Frankfurt.


June Leung - Senior Manager, Security and Business Recovery, FundSERV Inc.

June Leung designs and implements security policies and performs risk assessments on all corporate strategies. She manages PKI operations which includes 20,000 certificate holders and manages external auditors and network penetration engagements. June developes security training and is responsible for all aspects of corporate security. Prior to this position, Ms. Leung was a Senior Manager of PKI Operations. She established the PKI strategy for the deployment of certificants and applications. June performed annual PKI risk analysis and compliance reviews for internal and external customers. June holds CISM and CISSP certificates and she holds a degree from the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. June Leung is the chair of the OASIS IDtrust Member Section Steering Committee. Ms. Leung has been an active member of the Toronto Entrust User Group and OASIS PKI Technical Committee since May 2000. She is the Senior Manager of Security & Business Recovery for FundSERV Inc. Based in Toronto, FundSERV provides network and application services and is the central certificate authority for the Canadian investment fund industry.

Eve Maler - Technology Director, Sun Microsystems

Eve Maler is a Technology Director at Sun Microsystems, developing interoperability strategies and leading partner engagements related to web services, security, and identity. Eve was one of the inventors of the Extensible Markup Language (XML), a key technology for worldwide electronic communications. She has also made major leadership, technical, and educational contributions to other successful standards, such as the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), the Liberty Alliance, the Universal Business Language (UBL), and DocBook. Eve speaks frequently on technical subjects and serves as the chair of the Web Services and Identity track of the annual XML Summer School held at University of Oxford.


Anthony Nadalin - IBM Software Group

Mr. Nadalin is a Distinguished Engineer and the chief security architect for IBM Software Group. As a Distinguished Engineer, he is responsible for security infrastructure design and development. He serves as the primary security liaison to Sun Microsystems JavaSoft Division for Java security design and development collaboration. Also Anthony serves as the primary security liaison in development of Web Services security specifications to Microsoft. In his 23-year career with IBM, he has held the following positions, Lead Security architect for VM/SP, and Security architect for AS/400, Security architect for OS/2. He has also authored and co-authored over forty technical journal and conference articles and published several books on Java Security and the Internet. Anthony is also the co-author and editor of various Web Services security and Web Services specifications.


Arshad Noor - CTO of StrongAuth, Inc.

Arshad Noor is the CTO of StrongAuth, Inc., a Sunnyvale, California based company that focuses on Enterprise Key Management, Identity Management and Compliance Workflow Management. He is the architect and lead developer of StrongKey, an open-source Symmetric Key Management System (SKMS) software, whose protocol was submitted to OASIS on a royalty-free basis for the Symmetric Key Services Markup Language (SKSML) standard. He is the Chair of the Enterprise Key Management Infrastructure (EKMI) Technical Committee, and a member of the OASIS IDtrust Steering Committee.

John Sabo - CISSP - Director, Global Government Relations, CA, Inc.

John Sabo is Director, Global Government Relations for CA, Inc., providing expertise in the use of CA technologies in trusted infrastructures and leading internal and external security and privacy initiatives. Mr. Sabo represents CA in a number of security and privacy-focused industry organizations, and is a member of the OASIS IDtrust Member Section Steering Committee. He is as an appointed member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee and is President of the non-profit International Security, Trust, and Privacy Alliance (ISTPA). With respect to information security, Mr. Sabo is President of the Information Technology-Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC); member of the IT-Sector Coordinating Council; and Chair of the ISAC Council, addressing information sharing issues across critical infrastructure sectors. Prior to these current roles, Mr. Sabo has contributed industry expertise and leadership in a number of privacy, security and trust organizations such as the PKI Forum. Before working in the private sector, Mr. Sabo was Director of the U.S. Social Security Administration’s Electronic Services Staff and recognized as a leader in the development of e-government services. Mr. Sabo is an invited speaker at national and international security and privacy conferences and symposia and has authored journal articles and white papers, and contributed to technical studies on security,privacy and trust issues. Mr. Sabo holds degrees from King’s College (Pennsylvania) and the University of Notre Dame, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).


Marcus Salo - Concept Owner for Identity And Access Management, Nokia Oyj

Markus Salo began his Nokia career in 1997. From almost the very beginning, he became involved in Nokia Identity Management initiatives, and has worked in this area since. He has participated in numerous projects addressing Nokia internal and external identity and access management needs, particularly in his capacity as Identity Management architect. Markus is currently working as Concept Owner for Identity and Access Management, guiding the conceptual development of this field at Nokia.

Ann Terwilliger - Director of Security Projects, VISA International

Ann Terwilliger is Director of Security Projects - PKI for Visa International. She began her career at Visa International in 1987 and has worked on a variety of network and product development projects that use public key cryptography, including Visa's SET and Verified by Visa eCommerce initiatives. Her primary focus for the past ten years has been implementing PKI at Visa in support of its products and services. Her current responsibilities include administering the Visa X.509 Policy Authority, overseeing the operation of Visa's CAs and developing standards and policies for PKI usage at Visa. Ms. Terwilliger is active in several security standards groups including IETF-PKIX and OASIS.