September 27 - 28, 2010
2121 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington DC (also via videoconference and live webcast)
Watch RECORDED WEBCAST! (Sessions A and B only)
Twitter coverage: #OASISIDM (search for this hashtag/keyword)
Policy leaders and program managers are confronted daily by major security, privacy and trust challenges from both policy and implementation perspectives. Identity management, access and associated security technologies are critical components of e-government. Open standards and their integration across emerging federated infrastructures are beginning to bring both order and solutions to these challenges. Innovative identity solutions are being implemented in collaborative efforts between governments and private sector organizations today, including major federated identity initiatives, national approaches to secure online transactions, new privacy models, and focused efforts to secure health IT, smart grid, and cloud computing environments. Much can be learned from these implementations.
This two-day Identity Management Conference provides the perfect forum for representatives from governments and industry around the world to come together to learn and share information about these important and relevant technology developments, implementations, risk management challenges and success stories.
Mr. Timothy H. Edgar, Director of Privacy and Civil Liberties, Cybersecurity Directorate, National Security Staff, The White House,
Ms. Mary Ellen Callahan, Chief Privacy Officer, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
· Mr. Robert Madelin, the European Commission’s Director General for the Information Society and Media
In addition, senior-level officials from the World Bank, Microsoft, National Database Registration Authority (NADRA)-Pakistan, the Cato Institute, Paypal, U.S. Department of Defense, IBM, International Standardization Committee of e-Tendering and Procurement, the New Zealand Government, CA Technologies, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Booz Allen Hamilton, National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins University, Nomura Research Institute–Japan, PingIdentity, NIST, Red Hat, Inc., Bank of America…will participate in interactive sessions designed to share real-world working implementation stories.
We envision participation of senior officials and expert community from several developing and transition countries joining by video to selected sessions, which will also be broadcast live through the Internet.