|Jane Harnad||Jul 10, 2006 12:38 pm|
|Subject:||Call for Presentations - OASIS Adoption Forum|
|From:||Jane Harnad (jane...@oasis-open.org)|
|Date:||Jul 10, 2006 12:38:20 pm|
A call for participation at the third annual...
OASIS Adoption Forum Government, Business and the Citizen: Secure Interactions, Data Management and Sector Applications
28-29 November 2006 London, United Kingdom www.oasis-open.org Submission Deadline: 31 August 2006
OASIS is now inviting proposals for talks and panel sessions on topics related to one or more of the following aspects and would welcome proposals for case studies on standards development and adoption in specific sectors, such as aerospace, logistics, financial, health, insurance, and various aspects of e-government applications...
* Interoperability and Open Standards for Secure Interactions - Security and Interoperability - Open Standards in Security - The Security Standards Landscape
* Identity Management and Case Studies - The OASIS SAML Standard (ITU X.1141) as a Foundation for Identity Management - SAML in the Real World: Identity Management Case Studies in areas like e-government, education, healthcare, and justice/immigration... - The Broader Context of Identity Management
* Access Control and Case Studies - The OASIS XACML Standard (ITU X.1142) as a Foundation for Representing and Evaluating Access Control Policies - XACML in the Real World: Access Control Case Studies - The Broader Context for Access Control
* Security in Web Services and Case Studies - Securing Access to Web Services - Technical Foundation for Implementing Security Functions such as Integrity and Confidentiality in Messages Implementing Higher-level Web Services Applications
* Public Key Infrastructure (PKI): - Employing Digital Certificates to Manage Access and Conduct e-Business Transactions - Case Studies of PKI Implementation
* ITU-T Recommendations: - An ITU Perspective on X.1141 SAML and X.1142 XACML - Why These Identity and Authentication Standards will be Important Elements for Secure Internet Transactions
* SOA and Security: - How Security Fits into a SOA Framework - Frameworks for Secure Information Exchange - Integrating Security into SOA Models and Blueprints
Presentation and Submission Details
The program committee will peer-review all proposals and reserves the right to adapt or restructure proposals submitted to ensure an interesting and compelling program. Presentations should be roughly 30 minutes long including question and answer time. Panel sessions should be roughly 60 minutes in length. Proposals for panels should include the topic, three to four potential panelists (name and role) and proposed format (e.g. Q&A, short presentations). OASIS will publish an online proceeding of the Adoption Forum, so authors should arrange for any necessary releases prior to submitting a proposal.
Please submit your presentation proposal via our online form (available this week) at www.oasis-open.org or to Jane Harnad (jane...@oasis-open.org) no later than 31 August 2006. Any submissions received after that date will be considered on a back-up basis only.
All proposals should include the following details:
* Primary Contact (name, affiliation, email, phone, postal address) * Full list of authors and/or additional presenters, if any * Brief biography (one paragraph) for all authors * A 2000 word extended abstract outlining the subject, title, and the brief key points of your proposal or panel discussion
All submissions will be acknowledged by 15 September 2006.
Thank you for considering a speaking role at our Adoption Forum. We look forward to receiving your proposal! To learn more about the event, visit <http://www.oasis-open.org>.
Questions or comments? E-mail jane...@oasis-open.org.