Trust Frameworks, Deployment Interoperability and eGovernment multi-national scenarios & User-Managed Access (UMA) Interop

What: Kantara Initiative Summit
When: Tuesday, April 17, 2012, 8:00am-1:30pm, Room location TBD
Where: Dolce Ballhaus Forum, Andreas-Danzer-Weg, 85716 Unterschleißheim, Munich, Germany
(at the European Identity Conference 2012)
Description: 2012 brings new opportunities for identity services in the eGovernment and private markets.
Gain “state-of-identity” insights through a series of presentations of common scenarios from diverse market leaders.
We will focus on Trust Framework Model, deployment interoperability, and what your organization can do to get involved. We also look forward some open-time Q&A as well as learning more about the experiences the attendees would like to share.
The User Managed Access (UMA) Interop will show some UMA real-world implementations including: and Fraunhofer AISEC.
We are also looking forward to hearing feedback and questions from the audience as input to the discussions.
RegistrationRegister for the Kantara Summit via EIC Conference.  40 persons max. capacity.


8:00-8:15 Breakfast
8:15-8:30 Welcome – Joni Brennan, Executive Director, Kantara Initiative
8:30-9:15 Session 1• Mapping The Identity Ecosystem: A multi-national perspective – Christine Runnegar, Senior Policy Advisor, ISOC
9:15-10:00 Session 2• Trust Frameworks: Tools to build the Identity Ecosystem – It takes a village! – Joni Brennan 
• Let’s talk Interoperability – Deployment versus Full Matrix Connecting the dots – Joni Brennan
10:00-10:15 Break
10:15-11:00 Session 3• Federation Interoperability, SAML2INT, Listing Service – John Bradley, Identity Domain Expert
11:00-11:45 Session 4• eGov SAML 2: Verifying Interoperability in eGovernment Scenarios – Colin Wallis, Authentication Standards Manager, DIA New Zealand Government
11:45-12:00 Break
12:00-1:30 Session 5• UMA Interop – Maciej Machulak (15mins Summary / Q&A) 
The User-Managed Access (UMA) group has produced a draft technical specification that has been implemented by several organizations so far. This morning, we have been performing UMA interop testing among some UMA implementations. This session will share UMA’s latest status, the nature of its integration with OAuth and OpenID Connect, and the progress on these implementations. During lunch, we invite you to visit with the interop testers to see their applications at work. So far, the following implementers are planning to participate: and Fraunhofer AISEC.
• Closing Remarks – Joni Brennan, Executive Director, Kantara Initiative
13:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00 Opening Keynotes at main Conference