|GovSec – Privacy and Trust through Federated Identity Management
Date: June 14-16
Presenter: Hellmuth Broda
|Burton Catalyst Conference
Date: June 15
Location: San Francisco
Abstract: Liberty Alliance will participate at the Burton Catalyst Conference in San Francisco , showcasing our great member success in a suite on Thursday evening, June 15, Hilton Hotel, room Yosemite C. We plan to have 2-3 IOP demos on display, as well as 6-10 end user deployment demos that clearly explain business need, challenges, and results observed. The approach is educational in nature, designed to educate suite attendees of the experience with the Liberty standards and the business needs they meet today. To find out more about the Burton Catalyst conference, please visit https://catalyst.burtongroup.com/nacatalyst06.html
|MIS Training presents: 3rd Annual CISO Executive Summit & Roundtable 2006, Barcelona Summit
Summit dates: June 15-16, 2006
Roundtable date: June 14, 2006, 11:15 AM
Title: Title: Legal & Compliance Challenges for Today ‘ s CISO – Obstacles & Overlaps Location: Hotel Palace , Barcelona , Spain
Spokesperson: Dr. Hellmuth Broda, Distinguished Director and European Chief Technology Officer, Corporate Strategic Insight Office; Sun Microsystems, Inc.
|Berkman Conference on User Centric Identity and Commerce
Date: June 19, 2006
Time: 11:00 – 12:30
Location: Berkman Center Harvard University , MA , U.S.
Abstract: This panel looks at the new offerings and approaches to user centric identity and security to see if there can be open, inter-operable, and secure approaches to digital identity that not only protect and empower the user but also satisfy the requirements of governments and business.
Brief Demonstrations of Infocards and Interoperable Identity Systems
Moderator: John Clippinger, Berkman
Panelists: Laws of Identity and Infocard, Kim Cameron, Microsoft; Open Identity and Security, Tony Nadalin, IBM; Interoperable Identity, Dick Hardt, SXIP; Light Open Source Identity, Johannes Ernst, YADIS; Liberty Alliance and User Centricity, Roger Sullivan, Oracle; and The British National ID Card, Patrick Dunleavy, London School of Economics
|Standards Corner: Visit with Liberty Alliance at the Standards Corner, Pavilion room.
Dates and Times: Monday June 19, 12:30–2:30pm & 5:45–7:45pm & Tuesday June 20 11:45am–1:45pm
For more information and registration visit http://www.gartnerinfo.com/tr/g/apn16_62
|Gartner Application Integration & Web Services Summit
Date: June 19-20, 2006
Location: Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, 1380 Harbor Island Drive, San Diego, CA 92101
Abstract: SOA and the new Web are past the hype stage. They’re here to stay – and getting it right is the reason the IT community depends on Gartner for research, recommendations and actionable advice. Join us at the Application Integration & Web Services Summit and co-located Enterprise Architecture Summit for the innovative sessions, networking, and insight that thousands of attendees have already experienced.
|Federation in eGovernment: Real World Use Cases in Denmark and the UK
Date: June 28, 2006
Time: 8:30-9:30 PT/ 5:30-6:30 CET
Presenters: Søren P. Nielsen, IT Architect, Danish Government, and Conn Crawford, Strategic Projects Officer, Sunderland City Council (Local Government) UK
Abstract: Government organizations across the globe have explored the cost savings and productivity increases associated with Liberty federation and identity Web services standards. They’ve also closely examined the privacy and security safeguards in the specifications, and found them to be powerful in the construction of their new initiatives. Leading this web cast will be two leaders in eGovernment activities in Denmark and the UK who are helping to drive powerful initiatives.Mr. Nielsen will discuss Denmark’s reference model to achieve a shared federation service, which including standards, a draft Danish SAML profile, policies etc., as well as details on all of the well-thought-out requirements that have been defined at the front-end of their work. One requirement is a decentralized approach – which call for an architecture that can guide several initiatives into a larger and coherent solutions over time. For standards Denmark recommends SAML 2.0/Liberty Federation while working to accelerate convergence of the federation standards.Following this presentation, Mr. Crawford will then address activities in the UK, where his organization has created a prototype Trust Services Infrastructure which might be used to meet the requirements from the central government Department for Education and Skills for the issue of a Youth Opportunity Card (potentially to every 13-19yr old in the UK). The aim of the YOC card is to provide DFES with the means to deliver incentives payments to young people via a smartcard, including the challenge of provisioning large numbers of public and private sector service providers of ‘constructive activities’ . Following the presentations a Q&A; session will be available. This session will be of strong value to any organization involved in consumer-facing identity-based activities to understand the technical and business steps organizations must go through to plan for success.To attend this meeting, you must first register for it. Attendance is limited, so to reserve your spot, please register here.
|Identity Open Space
Date: July 20-21, 2006
Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: The Sutton Place Hotel, Vancouver BC
Abstract:The Liberty Alliance and the Internet Identity Workshop will jointly produce Identity Open Space July 20-21. This public event which will build on the combined strengths of previously successful conferences like IIW2005 & IIW2006 facilitated by Kaliya Hamlin and the Global Federation and Web Services Deployment Workshops held regularly around the world by Liberty Alliance. This joint production is designed to broaden the discussion and understanding around user-centric identity and will focus on topics experts in the identity sector come prepared to address. Further information can be found at: https://www.projectliberty.org/press/index.php.
|XML Summer School
Date: July 23-27, 2006
Location: Wadham College , University of Oxford , U.K.
Spokespersons: John Kemp, Nokia Corporation, Paul Madsen, NTT, Eve Maler, Sun Microsystems, Simon Nicholson, Sun Microsystems, Robin Wilton, Sun Microsystems
|Liberty Interoperability Conformance Event
Dates: July 24-28, 2006
Location: Piscataway, NJ, USA
Abstract: Liberty Alliance is pleased to announce the July 2006 Interoperability Conformance Test Event. At the Liberty Alliance Interoperability Conformance Event, each registered implementation will demonstrate interoperability by completing a series of peer-to-peer tests with at least two other implementations.
Event Info** This event will mark the introduction of a new, more robust version of the SAML 2.0 testing procedures — version 2.0.