OASIS Workshop (II)

  • TYPE: Workshop DATE: Friday, May 08, 2009 TIME: 13:30-16:00 LOCATION: ANTARES
Friday Workshops

Exploring the Risks & Solutions Involved in Securing Identity and Access Management

Today's enterprises are under much greater pressure to provide a secure environment, and to remain up-to-date on the regulatory and governance requirements, with regards to individual privacy policy protection and management. As companies move their business-processes online, one of the top challenges they face is integrating internally managed security services, access control among trading partners, and security-as-a-service for their consumers. Everyone must manage multiple users and devices across different platforms, while ensuring the reliability and security their partners and customers require, promoting interoperability to stream-line business processes yet controlling privacy breaches.

Identity management open standards play a crucial role in many applications, including e-governments, e-commerce, business intelligence, investigation, homeland security, and many others.

Come learn about the state-of-identity through a discussion with open standard experts and industry leaders sharing ideas related to identity authentication, access control, extensible resource identifiers, peer-to-peer, social networking, information cards, encryption and key management in distributed systems.

This workshop is full of security solutions that won't disappoint, including:

  • Answers on how to secure your applications;
  • Insight on how to achieve security, privacy and trust in networked systems;
  • A clear view of the current state of federated identity standards and implementations;
  • Authorization & authentication business solutions;
  • Innovative ideas for encryption and key management in distributed systems;
  • As well as, advice from standard organisation representatives on where they see standards activities happening in the future.



Matthew Gardiner is a Director working in the Security business unit at CA Technologies. He is a recognized industry leader in the security & Identity and Access Management (IAM) markets worldwide. He is published, blogs, and is interviewed regularly in leading industry media on a wide range...

Anthony Nadalin is a partner architect in the Government Engagement Team leading the Standards and Public Policy practice. Anthony had spent the last 27 years with IBM where he was the Chief Security Architect responsible for the security strategy for software group products. Anthony...

Erik Rissanen is the CTO of Axiomatics AB, a Swedish company specializing in attribute based access control based on the XACML standard. Erik Rissanen has many years of experience in XACML and is the editor for the upcoming 3.0 version of the standard.

Markus Sabadello has been a pioneer and leader in the field of digital identity for many years and has contributed to cutting-edge technologies that have emerged in this space. He has been an early participant of decentralization movements such as the Federated Social Web, Respect Network, and...

John Sabo is Director, Global Government Relations for CA, Inc., providing expertise in the use of security and privacy technologies in trusted infrastructures. Mr. Sabo is very active in industry-focused cyber security and critical infrastructure protection initiatives. He is a board member...

Paul Trevithick is the CEO of Azigo (formerly known as Parity), a company committed to simplifying and securing life on the Internet by giving people more control over their digital footprint: their accounts, profiles, and relationships with friends and businesses they trust. Azigo also offers...


European Identity Conference 2009

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
  • May 05 - 08, 2009 Munich