You may have seen the press release about the publication of the European Next Generation 112 Long Term Definition standard (“NG112 LTD”) flying around last week. The publication of the NG112 LTD document was a big success for us from the EENA NG112 Technical Committee, who had been working on
FYI; this workshop was announced on the W3C PLING mailing list. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION 20-22 July 2009 Imperial College London, UK http://ieee-policy.org The symposium brings together researchers and practitioners working on policy-based systems across a range of application areas including policy-based networking, privacy and security management, storage area networking, and
The OASIS cover pages provide an overview of a number of key management approaches in light of their recently announced key management initiative KMIP. The protocols mentioned there are: ANSI X9 Financial Industry Standards DMTF Security Modeling Working Group IEEE P1619.3 Security in Storage Working Group (SISWG), Key Management IETF
Jeff Hodges, Josh Howlett, Leif Johansson, and RL “Bob” Morgan worked with the MIT Kerberos Consortium (MITKC) on the topic of “Kerberos and the Web”. The study can be found here: http://kerberos.org/software/kerbweb.pdf Jeff nicely summarized the work in one of his recent blog postings.
The conference recordings of the 25th Chaos Communication Congress (25c3) are available. Take a look at the schedule and you will find a couple of interesting talks.
Folks might be interested in the slides from the emergency services workshop that took place in Vienna about 2 weeks ago. The direct link to the slides can be found here: http://www.emergency-services-coordination.info/2008Oct/slides/ but you can also find them via the workshop page at: http://www.emergency-services-coordination.info/esw5.html Note that I have also added
Art Botterell recently distributed a video on Public Warning Systems. The video can be found here: http://www.emforum.org/OPEN/OPEN-SIG/Presentations/080716present.wmv
Recently, Luther Martin wrote a short article about “Key Management Infrastructure for Protecting Stored Data” pointing to the ongoing efforts in the IEEE P1916.3 group on key management. The IETF KEYPROV working group is in contact with them regarding DSKPP, PSKC and the ASN.1 based key container.
If you are care about privacy then you might find the following workshop on “Privacy in Pervasive Environments (PiPE´07)” (in Vilamoura, Algarve, Portugal, Nov 25 – 30, 2007) interesting. Keep the following deadlines in mind: Abstract Submission Deadline: July 14, 2007 Paper Submission Deadline: July 22, 2007
The GIST specification is working its way through the NSIS working group and is in WGLC (after it bounced back from the IESG). So, what is NSIS? The NSIS working group is developing a follow-up specification of RSVP, a path-coupled signaling protocol*. It can be used for Quality of Service, NAT