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Trust Framework Model and IdM Summit

produced by Kantara Initiative and OIX

Details:

What: Kantara Initiative Summit
When: Friday, May 13, 2011, 9:00am-2:00pm, Room TBD
Where: Dolce Ballhaus Forum, Andreas-Danzer-Weg, 85716 Unterschleißheim, Munich, Germany
(at the European Identity Conference 2011)

Description:

2011 brings new opportunities for identity services in the enterprise & consumer markets. Gain state-of-identity insight through a series of presentations of common scenarios from diverse market leaders.

We will focus on the Trust Framework Model and explain in detail how this model works to solve many issues surrounding identity with special regard to governments and private sector success stories, use cases and projects. The Trust Framework Model is technology agnostic and provides a means for varying current and emerging technologies, governments and organizations to assure trust through certified credential issuance.

Additionally, the event will present IdM related discussions and particularly highlight Telecommunications industry concerns and activities.

We are also looking forward to hearing feedback and questions from the audience as input to the discussions.

Register:

Registration via EIC Conference.  40 persons max. capacity. 

Agenda:

Time

Topic

9:00-9:15

Breakfast

9:15-9:30

Introduction - Matthew Gardiner, Kantara Initiative President

9:30-10:15

Kantara Session 1 
• Open Identity Trust Framework Model, Kantara IAF, Assurance Certification - part 1 (John Bradley)
• OIX Listing Service and Success Stories, Kantara and OIX full scale solution - part 2 (Don Thibeau)

10:15-11:00

Kantara Session 2
• Trust Framework Architecture Discovery (Rainer Hörbe)
• Trust Framework Component: Privacy Framework – (Colin Wallis)

11:00-11:15

Break

11:15-12:15

Kantara Session 3
• Info Sharing and individual Trust Frameworks (Iain Henderson)
• eGovernment commonalities within Europe and beyond (Colin Wallis & Fulup Ar Foll)

12:15-1:15

Lunch

1:15-1:55

Open Session - Members & Partners 4
• Telco Requirements on IdM Systems (Ingo Friese) 
leading into 
• Massively Scalable IdM Architecture for Telcos (Fulup Ar Foll)

1:55-2:00

Review and closing comments

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