Speaker details

Dennis Attinger

Lead Architect

Philips International

Dennis has 25 years experience in IT and has worked in a diversity of business environments, like government, utilities, insurance companies and large manufacturing multinationals. His current job is Lead Architect in the group Corporate Functions at the Corporate IT department of Philips International. His current projects are focused on the architecture and implementation of infrastructure standards, e-Invoicing and several aspects of SOA (metadata repositories, governance, security).

Dennis has always been interested in implementing new concepts in an innovative way, especially in distributed computing environments. In 2000 Dennis designed and implemented an Enterprise level intermediate infrastructure between heterogeneous integration solutions for Philips. This domain-based architectural design was the foundation for the concept and introduction of the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) by Sonic Software.


Date Title

European Identity Conference 2008

Apr 24, 2008
Identity Management & SOA
SOA Security Challenges in an Extended Enterprise Model


European Identity Conference 2008

Registration fee:
€1980.00 $2475.00 S$3168.00 21780.00 kr
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Contact person:

Ms. Bettina Buthmann
+49 211 23 70 77 23
  • Apr 22 - 25, 2008 Munich

Key Topics

  • Governance, compliance & risk

  • Scaling identity, provisioning and roles

  • Business-driven identity & enterprise information management

  • Role management is today, business role management is tomorrow

  • SOA & identity management - identity as a service

  • CardSpace & OpenID: understanding user centric identity management

  • IRM: how to control privacy and security of business information

  • eGovernment best practices and trends in Europe

  • Network access control & mobile identity

  • Authentication strategies

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