World class speakers confirmed for European e-Identity Conference
Are you considering, implementing or
already managing e-Identity technologies as part of your e-security strategy? If
so, then you need to be at the European e-Identity Management Conference 2009
(www.eema.org/eema2009), taking place in
Central London on 25 & 26 June 2009.
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This year’s programme includes major contributions
from the new Chief Privacy Officer at the US
Department of Homeland Security, http://www.dhs.gov/xabout/structure/bio_1236273286409.shtm and Author of the ‘Seven Laws
of Identity’, http://www.gartner.com/research/fellows/asset_187313_1176.jsp, plus many more of the
world’s most respected speakers - presenting the latest thinking, best
practice examples and valuable advice on this critical aspect of e-Security.
http://www.eema.org/eema2009 to view the full programme now.
Mary Ellen Callahan, Chief Privacy Officer, US Department of
Kim (‘Father of Identity’) Cameron, Chief
Architect of Identity & Access, Microsoft
Tim Brown, VP & Chief Architect for Security Management,
Howard Schmidt, President, The Information Security Forum
Anthony Nadalin, Chief Security Architect, IBM Software Group
June Leung, Chair, OASIS IDTrust Committee
Rakesh Radhakrishnan, Technology Lead & Chief Identity
Architect, Sun Microsystems
Abbie Barbir, Senior Adviser, Nortel
This high-value independent forum is
organised by http://www.eema.org/, The European Association for
e-Identity and Security, in association with http://www.oasis-open.org/, the international consortium for global
open standards, and http://www.bcs.org/,
the world’s leading professional body for senior IT professionals.
Two tracks of thought-provoking sessions and workshops provide
everything you need to know about the key challenges and
strategies for effectively managing secure government, employee, citizen,
customer and private identities.
For the full
programme and more information please visit http://www.eema.org/eema2009.
I hope you will be
able to join us and I look forward to hearing from you shortly.
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