'OASIS Identity and Trusted Infrastructure Workshop: Evolutionary Milestones'
The demand for trusted computing infrastructure continues to grow even as the internet becomes increasingly hostile. The advent of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and the emergence of converged services place new emphasis on securing cyberspace.
Supply chain systems, global collaboration, government information sharing systems, and outsourced business services are a few examples of critical functions that require a strong identity management foundation coupled with robust and scalable data-protection and data-integrity services.
This special workshop, organized by the OASIS Identity and Trusted Infrastructure (IDtrust) Member Section, is supported by international experts who will discuss three areas of importance: "International Mandates and New Identity Management Challenges", "Emerging approaches to ID Management and Global Collaboration," and "ID Management and Trust Case Studies: Successes and Obstacles."
The objective will be to share information between the invited representatives from various groups involved with identity management initiatives and the attendees in an effort to avoid duplication and work towards a common model for identity management standards.
Join this special 'FREE' OASIS IDtrust Workshop as it explores these most critical issues -- all attendees are eligible for a discount to the entire Burton Group Catalyst Conference Europe!
**7:30 AM | REGISTRATION - Breakfast and Lunch tickets will be issued during Registration**
**8:00 AM | Breakfast /Cafe Polo**
WELCOME AND OPEN PLENARY
9:00 AM | 'OASIS, IDTrust and Identity Management Today'
Speaker: Abbie Barbir, Nortel / OASIS IDTrust SC / ITU-T IdM Chairman
9:30 AM | 'Opening Keynote - 'Unlocking the potential of identity federation'
Speaker: Andre Durand, Ping Identity Chairman and CEO
INTERNATIONAL MANDATES AND NEW IDENTITY MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES SESSION
10:00 AM | 'Strange Bedfellows: Challenges for Identity Management and Trust in Data Privacy and in Government-Private Sector Information Sharing Systems for Critical Infrastructure Protection'
Speaker: John Sabo, CA Inc. / OASIS IDtrust SC / President, International Security Trust and Privacy Alliance and President, IT-ISAC.
10:30 AM | COFFEE BREAK
INTERNATIONAL MANDATES AND NEW IDENTITY MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES SESSION (continues)
11:00 AM | 'Filling the Gaps of IdM in Third and in Next Generation Networks - Standardized Network-centric IdM as an enabler for secure applications'
Speaker: Martin Euchner, Nokia Siemens Networks/ITU-T/ETSI/IETF
11:45 AM | 'Mashing Up, Wiring Up, Gearing Up: Solving Multi-Protocol Problems in Identity'
Speaker: Eve Maler, Sun Microsystems/ OASIS Security Services (SAML) TC/ Liberty Alliance / Project Concordia
12:30 PM - 13:30 LUNCHEON
EMERGING APPROACHES FOR ID MANAGEMENT AND GLOBAL COLLABORATION SESSION
13:30 PM | 'Case Studies/ Eclipse Project Higgins'
Speaker: Anthony Nadalin, IBM / Higgins Project
14:15 PM | 'Enterprise Key Management Infrastructure'
Speaker: Arshad Noor, StrongAuth Inc. / Chair of OASIS EKMI TC / OASIS IDtrust SC
15:00 PM | 'Digital Signature Security / European Telecommunications Standards Institute'
Speaker: Juan Carlos Cruellas, Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña / Chair OASIS Digital Signature Services eXtended TC
15:45 PM | COFFEE BREAK
ID MANAGEMENT AND TRUST CASE STUDIES SESSION: SUCCESSES AND OBSTACLES
16:00 PM | 'Digital Trust and Shared Identity Management Across Company Borders - Policies, Processes and Agreement Issues to be Considered'
Speaker: Markus Salo - Concept Owner for Identity and Access Management, Nokia Oyjn
16:40 | 'PKI Adoption Case Studies'
Speaker: June Leung, FUNDServ, Inc. - OASIS IDtrust Member Section Chair
16:50 | Closing Panel - Moderator Ann Terwilliger - VISA
Speakers: June Leung, Eve Maler, Tony Nadalin and Andre Durand
The closing panel is certain to be lively and stimulating for all attendees and panelists! The panel participants come at IdM from varying angles and perspectives, we hope to walk away with marching orders for various Standards organizations. June Leung will begin the panel with real-world and applied (in-disguise) PKI case studies from various sectors - PKI is still alive -- it's just taking a different shape and form. Then, we will move to further discussion regarding other efforts underway to solve the Identity and Trust Management issues faced by all enterprises from SMEs to large scale implementers. Where do the standards overlap, where are the gaps, how can we work together? This panel promises to be one of the highlights of the conference. The moderator will be Ann Terwilliger from VISA International.
17:30 PM | Closing Panel Q & A
18:00 PM | WORKSHOP CONCLUDES