5th ETSI Security Workshop

The 5th ETSI Security Workshop, organised and hosted by ETSI in Sophia Antipolis, France, took place on 20-22 January 2010. 157 people showed interest and registered, which is an all time record !

The agenda included eight sessions, with presentations given by experts representing organizations such as the European Commission, ETSI, CEN, ITU-T, ENISA, ISO, NIST as well as the private sector, government and universities.

CHAIRMEN OF THE WORKSHOP:

Charles Brookson, BIS, OCG SEC Chairman
Carmine Rizzo, ETSI Technical Officer and Security Expert

KEYNOTE SPEECHES

Chaired by Charles Brookson, BIS, OCG SEC Chairman

  • Welcoming speech
    Walter Weigel, ETSI Director-General
  • ITU Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB)
    Malcolm Johnson, Director of ITU TSB
    Represented by Georges Sebek, Counsellor of the ITU-T SG17
  • ICT standardization policy review - State of Play
    Antonio Conte, European Commission, DG ENTR
  • ETSI Security Standardization
    Carmine Rizzo, ETSI Technical Officer and Security Expert
  • Towards a resilient network - ENISA perspective
    Slawomir Gorniak, ENISA Security Expert< li="">

SESSION 2: CEN - CENELEC

Chaired by John Ketchell, Director, Innovation and Business Development, CEN

  • Compliance of electronic invoices in Europe
    Stefan Engel-Flechsig, Legal Counsel & Chairman of CEN/ISSS Workshop on e-invoices
  • Cyber identity systems for organizations and parts thereof
    Andreas Mitrakas, European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) 
     

SESSION 3: MOBILE SECURITY

Chaired by Charles Brookson, BIS, OCG SEC Chairman

  • 3GPP security hot topics
    Valterri Niemi, Nokia Research Centre, 3GPP SA3 Chairman
  • Surfing with the sharks - securing mobile widgets
    David Rogers, OMTP Ltd

SESSION 4: INTERNATIONAL STANDARDIZATION

Chairman: Carmine Rizzo, ETSI Security Expert

  • ITU-T security work
    Arkady Kremer, RANS, ITU-T SG17 Chairman
  • Recent developments in ISO security standardization
    Walter Fumy, Bundesdruckerei, ISO SC27 Chairman
  • Standardization of entity authentication assurance
    Erika McCallister, NIST 
  • Tispan NGN security standards
    Judith E.Y. Rossebø, Telenor R&I, ETSI Tispan WG7 Chairman
  • Identity and privacy in NGNs
    Scott Cadzow, Cadzow Communication
  • Most recent work of SCP and related security aspects
    Klaus Vedder, G & D, ETSI SCP Chairman
     

SESSION 5: INNOVATION

Chairman: Carmine Rizzo, ETSI Security Expert

  • Instruments for enhancing innovation in security - some considerations
    Alois Sieber, EC JRC, ESRIF WG9 (Innovation) Chairman
  • Testing of CBRNE detection systems - standardization is needed
    Friederike Strebl, Seibersdorf Labor GmbH
  • Security challenges for mobile identification
    Klaus Keus, EC JRC IPSC
  • ETSI ISG-QKD - Towards standardization of Quantum Key Distribution
    Thomas Länger, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, ETSI ISG QKD Chairman

SESSION 6: ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE

Chairman: Carmine Rizzo, ETSI Security Expert

  • Progress of the action plan on eSignature and eIdentification
    Gérard Galler, EC DG INFSO
  • Solutions for e-signature interoperability
    Riccardo Genghini, Studio Notarile Genghini, ETSI ESI Chairman
  • CEN TC 224
    Jean-François Legendre, TC 224


SESSION 7: CYBERSECURITY AND LAWFUL INTERCEPTION

Chairman: Charles Brookson, BIS, OCG SEC Chairman

  • LI/DR - Dynamic triggering
    Peter Van der Arend, Vodafone, ETS Chairman and Alex Leadbeater, BT, Vice chair of 3GPP LI
  • CYBEX - The Cybersecurity Information Exchange Framework
    Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies, ITU-T Cybersecurity Rapporteur
  • A global protocol on cybersecurity and cybercrime : a post WSIS initiative for a safer world
    Solange Ghernaouti Helie, University of Lausanne (cancelled but pdf available) 


SESSION 8: RESEARCH

Chairman: Charles Brookson, BIS, OCG SEC Chairman

  • Security challenges for global navigation satellite systems
    Elisabetta Carrara, GNSS Supervisory Authority (GSA)
  • Innovative RFID sealing solutions for the security of the supply chain
    Elena Stringa, Silab European Commission
  • Securing Multiple Mobile Platforms
    Navin Govind, Aventyn Inc,


PANEL DISCUSSION: the way forward for security

Charles Brookson, BIS, OCG SEC Chairman
Carmine Rizzo, ETSI, Technical Officer, Security Exper
Antonio Conte, European Commission, DG ENTR
Arkady Kremer, RANS, ITU-T SG17 Chairman
Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies, ITU-T Cybersecurity Rapporteur