Tokyo, Japan

The Japan Special Interest Group has planned a public deployment workshop on Monday, October 30, in Aoyama, Tokyo.Liberty Alliance Day 2006; “From corporate governance to Web 2.0 – Identitymanagement as the key to new trends in IT industry”

Location: Aoyama Diamond Hall, 3-6-8 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan. Direct access from Exit B5 of Omotesando Station on the Hanzomon and Ginza metro lines
http://www.diamondhall.co.jp/access/index.html (in Japanese only)

If you are interested in registering for this event, please contact Britta Glade at britta@dual.org.

Seminar: 13:30-18:00, Exhibition: 13:00-20:00, Cocktail Reception: 18:00-20:00


13:30: [Opening]
Hidehito Gomi
Liberty Alliance Japan SIG Co-Chairs
(Internet Systems Research Laboratories, NEC Corporation)
[Liberty Alliance: Proven Success, Growing Returns]
Roger K. Sullivan
Liberty Alliance Vice President
(Oracle Identity Management,Vice President,Oracle Corporation)

14:10: [Liberty People Service – Federated Social Identity]
Paul Madsen (NTT)

14:50: [Compliance and Identity for 2.0 era]
Takashi Shitamichi
Liberty Alliance Spokesperson
(Chief Technologist, Sun Microsystems K.K.)

15:20: Break

15:40: [Open Source Identity for Web2.0 era]
Pat Patterson (Sun Microsystems,Inc.)

16:20: [Liberty Advanced Client Technologies]
Conor Cahill (Technology Group, Intel Corporation)

16:50: [Smart Card Authentification Solutions for Web2.0 era]
Hiroyuki Muryobayashi
(Sales Manager ID Security, Gemalto

17:20: [Case Study Presentation]
NEC, NTT DATA and others (TBD)
Kenji Takahashi
Liberty Alliance Japan SIG Co-Chairs
(NTT Information Sharing Platform Laboratories)

18:00 Cocktail Reception and Demonstration


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