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World e-ID Program
Innovation and policy makers of e-ID technologies & services take a comprehensive look at the major deployments from across the globe and at the latest e-ID technologies & standards.

Share visions, see new perspectives and opportunities concerning standards, e-ID technologies and programs on national and international level. Don't miss latest ID metasystems, access control systems, long lasting biometrics solutions...

World e-ID parallel streams:

Use Cases & Organizations
eGov services cases worldwide, EU projects and international organizations
Current and emerging e-ID technological issues and advanced solutions

DAY 1 - Wednesday Sept. 22 - Morning
Smart Event 2010 Grand Opening Session - Plenary Session
9.00am - 10.00am

Badges delivery - Registration - Welcome Coffee

10.00am - 12.45am
Smart Event 2010 Grand Opening Session - Plenary Session
Part 1: "Privacy and Trust in Future Social Networking"
Part 2 - Panel: "Trusted Mobility: Smart Security Vs. IT Security?"
12.45am - 2.00pm
Lunch - Networking - Exhibition
Part 1: "Privacy and Trust in Future Social Networking"
Plenary session chaired by Jacques Bus, independent consultant Trust in the Information Society

Hundreds of millions of people share personal information on online social networks. The extensive use of social networking tools has far-reaching impact on our professional and personal life. It also creates a tremendous privacy and trust issue in a world facing growing concerns about massive profiling, protection of personal data, identity theft and other cybercrime offenses.

The challenge of sharing information between social networks while ensuring privacy and trust will be discussed in multiple dimensions:
- User centric identity and privacy management, centralized/decentralized ID architectures
- Data protection, profiling, privacy protection, security, and interoperability issues of social networks
- How Europe can play a role in the development of the next generation of social networks
- What are the essential changes for the next generations of social networks
- Economic, societal and legal viability of social networking

Outstanding keynote speakers will include:
Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director of ENISA
 Pr Ronald Leenes, Professor in Regulation by Technology at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (Tilburg University)
 Florin Lupescu, Director for ICT Addressing Societal Challenges, European Commission
 Hal Warren, OpenID Society President
 Dr Stefan Weiss, Advisory, Risk & Compliance, KPMG

U. Helmbrecht
R. Leenes
F. Lupescu
H. Warren
S. Weiss

Part 2 - Panel:
Trusted Mobility: IT security Vs Smart security

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The Information Technology landscape has been revolutionised by the emergence of the personal computer and Internet. The security issues associated with access management, trusted systems, identity management and data integrity have been key challenges for such systems.

The environment continues to evolve rapidly with greater functionality been imbedded in smaller and smaller devices. The emerging generation of smart phones and PDAs harness a level of computing power and connectivity that allow us to control our lives quickly and easily while on the move. With this convenience comes a dangerous possibility: an intruder on these devices may be able to penetrate nearly every aspect of our lives. Even with improved security next generation mobile devices lead to complex regulatory issues.
In order to provide the control over privacy it is important to address a few critical issues including:
Scalability. The system can consist of very large number of devices that communicate with each other to provide information security protection (authentication, data encryption, access control, etc.).
Heterogeneity. The devices are expected of very different capabilities including those that have very limited resources.
Domain and cross-domain issues. The security solution must be provided not only within one domain, but also across multiple security/trust domains.
Security model. Developing of the underlying security model with privacy aspects in mind is very important. This would help identify the threats, to define the interfaces between domains as well as define a balance between security and QoS:
Privacy Regulation. The solution should support and be transparent to the privacy regulation.

The "Trusted Mobility: IT security Vs Smart security session" will discuss the key security challenges which the academic and business community need to address in order to secure this new environment.
It will look at priorities for investment in terms of research, development and regulatory challenges required to protect the citizen and his privacy in such an environment.

Panellists will include:
- Pr Willie Donnelly, Head Research and Innovation, TSSG, Waterford Institute
- Claudia Eckert, Director Fraunhofer SIT, Vice Director CASED, Chair IT security at TUM
- Mika Lauhde, Director Security and Business Continuity, Nokia
- Pr Thomas Engel, Deputy Director, Center for Security Dependability and Trust, University of Luxembourg
- and representatives from Gemalto, RIM, Orange…

DAY 1 - Wednesday Sept. 22 - Afternoon
e-Gov Services Cases in/out Europe - part i

Border Control Systems
Technologies Trends - part i
2.00pm - 6.15pm
2 parallel sessions:
e-Gov Services cases- Part I
Border Control Systems & technology trends - Part I
3.30pm - 4.15pm
Coffee break - Networking - Exhibition
e-Gov Services cases - part i
Moderator: Bruno Rouchouze, Convenor of Eurosmart e-ID Working Goup

This session in two parts reviews mature e-ID government/ local authorities services. In this first part, the presentations cover transversal requirements to ensure security, privacy, reliability, interoperability of various e-ID documents solutions, plus the lessons learned of most significant implementations.

Private/Public Partnership. The route to success for e-ID in Europe
Jon Shamah, Head, EMEA Sales, eSecurity, Nets (Norway)
- Current examples of Public/Private Partnership in Identity
- Looking at the reason for eIDs not meeting our expectations
- A proposed solution

Third-country nationals and digital identity management in the EU
Bruno Rouchouze, Convenor of Eurosmart e-ID Working Group
- The current situation for electronic Identity documents
- Challenges in term of legacy, security, and interoperability for Resident permits for third-country nationals.
- Recommendation for the European Union

Open eID implementation for temporary and future card deployments
Gauthier Van Damme, Researcher, KU Leuven (Belgium) Speaker - Karel Wouters
- Open Source Java Card eID implementation benefits
- Belgian eID architecture and features
- Opportunities for current and future use

Coffee & Refreshments Break - Networking - Exhibition

BIOP@SS – next generation platform for IAS eID services programs
Patrice Plessis, Biop@ss technical board chair, Government Affairs & Standard Director, Gemalto
- Major funding project in the IAS eID area -  Partnership of 129 MEN/YEAR
- Quick status on developments
- Stand alone and complex Use cases
- Focus on Interoperability given by eGov service & middleware at server level

eRecognition, a market network for e-Identity for businesses
Rene van den Assem, Principal Consultant, Verdonck, Klooster & Associates (Netherlands)
- ‘The difficult 'authentication only' approach for companies
- eRecognition: creating a network of trust service providers
- First practical results of eRecognition

PIV Credentials - a case study of converged physical & logical access control
Guy Vancollie, Marketing, Corestreet - An ActivIdentity Company ( USA)
- How to best enable an existing PACS for PIV cards
- Real-life implementation of a PIV-enabled PACS at the CertiPath & Exostar offices
- How US government employees and contractors will use PIV cards

New generation of tachograph equipment, and electronic driver's licence: Technology contribution for a better road safety
Didier Chaudun, Member of Eurosmart eID Working Group
- Community road transport legislation
- Eurosmart's recommendations for interoperability and better security
- Tachograph and driving license functionalities combined on the same e-document
Border Control Systems
Dr. Gisela Meister, Head of Technologie Consulting  R&D Standardisation Manager C-TO
Giesecke & Devrient

In a context of rising complexity of security requirements and increasing travellers' flow, border crossing processes face tough challenges. The best solutions and ways to implement successful control systems are explored here.

System comparison for European Entry/Exit program
Carloman Grelu, Member of Eurosmart e-ID Working Group
- Pros and cons of central database
- Pros and cons of smart secure devices based solutions
- Key issues regarding privacy and security of personal data

Automatic Electronic Identity in cross-border and cross sector environment
Libor Neumann, Senior Consultant, ANECT (Czech Republic)
- PKI principles, features and trend analysis in Cross-Border and Cross-Sector environment
- ALUCID brief basic principles description
- ALUCID features and trend analysis in Cross-Border and Cross-Sector environment

The "French Connection"
Francis Weiss, Program Director, Morpho, Border Control Programs (France)
- increased passenger processing time at the biometric border
- Automated Border Control systems: PARAFES example in France
- Biometrics used for other e-services at airports 

Automated Border Clearance in the world's busiest international airport
Cyrille Bataller, Director Accenture Technology Labs Europe (France)
- Deployment status
- Perspective of the various stakeholders

Coffee & Refreshments Break - Networking - Exhibition

Technologies Trends - part i
Dr. Gisela Meister, Head of Technologie Consulting  R&D Standardisation Manager C-TO
Giesecke & Devrient

Discover the e-ID technologies advances from the Labs. Security/e-ID Experts from Smart Card and IT industries present latest enhancements in making e-ID solutions more secure, long lasting, cost-effective and convenient.  

SIM Card as universal multipurpose mobile
Juha Murtopuro, CEO, Valimo (Finland)
- SIM Card as the future multipurpose secure ID tool
- Mobile ID security & convenience
- A digital counterpart of paper and plastic IDs

Bürgerclient: one software for all cards
Dirk Arendt, Vice President, Business Development & Marketing, OpenLimit (Switzerland) - Armin Lunkeit
- Bürgerclient and the new identity card in Germany
- application software for international Smartcards
- e-Card API middleware
- software relating to Cardinfo-File

GlobalPlatform - Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and the Generic Identity Command Set (GICS)
Gil Bernabeu, Technical Director, GlobalPlatform

DAY 2 - Thursday Sept. 23 - Morning
Plenary - Roadmap for Future Global e-ID
9.00am - 10.30am Plenary:
Roadmap for Future Global e-ID
10.30pm - 11.15pm
Coffee break - Networking - Exhibition
Plenary: Roadmap for Future Global e-ID

Chaired by Detlef Houdeau, Chair of World e-ID Program Committee, Senior Director of Business Development, Identification Market, Infineon

A privacy enhancing, globally interoperable Identity Metasystem appears as the horizon for e-ID. This major objective mobilizes multiple efforts and raises visions still diverse but increasingly converging.
World e-ID has invited four e-ID experts to present their complementary approaches and visions of the future. This Plenary will review the situation through its key issues: its architecture, how it integrates to the networks, its standardization, the future trends and usages.

Architecture: Kim Cameron, Chief Architect of Identity & Access, Microsoft:
Identity Architecture: Let's get it right
- The Digital Identity Model
- The role of a Metasystem
- Economic and Social Issues
- The importance of Privacy By Design

Integration to the networks: Amardeo Sarma, Senior Manager, NEC Laboratories Europe:
Cross-Layer Identity Framework for the Future Internet
 - Virtual identities for cross-layer identity management
 - Key results of the EU FP7 SWIFT project, its role model
 - Picture of a future Identity Framework

Standardisation: Walter Weigel, Director General, ETSI (title to be confirmed)

Usages: Cyrille Bataller, Director Accenture Technology Labs Europe (title to be confirmed)
Coffee break – Networking – Exhibition
EU-Funded Projects Results

Technologies & Infrastructures
11.15am - 12.45am
2 parallel sessions:
EU-Funded Projects results
Technologies & Infrastructures
12.45am - 2.00pm
Lunch - Networking - Exhibition
EU-Funded Projects results
Moderator: Dr Shaun Topham, Coordinator of EU IST Projects - Sheffield City Council (UK)

The latest results and achievements of key EU-funded projects are presented here. Beyond interoperability challenges, they address biometric-ID solutions, smart card based applications or e-signature at the European scale.

STORK project: Europe-wide recognition of electronic IDs and cross-border interoperability for governmental and commercial services
Volker Reible, German project manager, coordinating the German partners/ subcontractors, leader of application pilot 1 "cross border authentication" (Germany)
- Major project results and status of pilots
- Convincing stakeholders and relevant actors with national marketing activities and business models
- The way from common eID specification to EU-wide infrastructure, public acceptance and society transformation by eID

Life applications of trusted revocable biometric identities - The demonstrators of the Turbine Project
Carsten Rust, R&D Project Manager, Morpho, e-Documents Division, Speaker (Germany) - Felix Apitzsch, Researcher, Fraunhofer Institut FOKUS (Germany)
- Overview of the project and main technical results
- Protocols used for authentication
- Application scenarios implemented
- Results of the demonstrator realization and first evaluations

Cross border validation of eSignatures - Results from WP1 of the PEPPOL project
Frank Schipplick, Head of Sales & Prokurist, Bremen online services (Germany)
- A first big step towards interoperability for the validation of European eSignatures
- Concept of federated validation services
- Net steps: standardisation, EU directive for eSignatures updating
Lunch - Networking - Exhibition

Technologies & Infrastructures
Moderator : Slawomir Gorniak, Technical Competence Department, ENISA

Explore how to adapt or reinvent the design of future large scale e-ID infrastructures. This session reviews innovative identity frameworks, including open identity based ones, with regards on emerging cloud computing approaches, and the issue of integrating them in the identity metasystems.

Building open identity frameworks: from trusted communities to open government

Hal Warren, President, OpenID Society, Speaker  (USA) - Eva Winer, Manager, American Psychological Association (USA)
- US government Open Identity initiatives and pilots
- Open Identity Exchange as first official Trust Framework Provider with Level 1 of Assurance
- Moving up the chain of the levels of trust, beyond a US-centric trust framework

Who's been sitting on my cloud?
Martin George, CEO, Smart Sensors (UK)
- Cloud computing: dealing with how to authenticate user identity at the point of access
- Combining logical and physical access control into one efficient system
- Using biometrics to control access policy via identities and permissions of logged-on users
- Different biometrics to suit different user classes and access locations

A Marriage between e-Participation and Minimal Disclosure
Ronny Bjones, Security architect, Microsoft
- U-Prove cryptographic technology
- How the technology integrates into the identity metasystem
- Integration of the German eID card

Lunch - Networking - Exhibition

DAY 2 - Thursday Sept. 23 - Afternoon
e-Health: from e-Health to m-Health

Technologies Trends - part ii
2.00pm - 6.15pm
2 parallel sessions:
e-Health: from e-Health to m-Health
• Technologies Trends - Part II
3.30pm - 4.15pm
Coffee break - Networking - Exhibition
e-Health: from e-Health to m-Health
Moderator: Tomas Trpisovsky, President & CEO, IMA s.r.o, Czech Republic

From large healthcare systems towards patient-centered solutions, ICT are at the heart of a rich field for innovation: e-Health. This workshop focuses on security and privacy of data provided by e-ID management solutions and trusted applications of e-Health. Experts from the industry and the public sector will present innovative solutions for e-ID management in the e-health domain. Smart cards based solutions and their challenges are highlighted.

Slovene HPC - e-ID & enabler of secure health date exchange
Martina Zorko, Area Specialist in the health insurance card (HIC) system sector, ZZZS (Slovenia)
- HPC: a national e-document for identification and authentication of healthcare workers
- An application to support and manage the full life-cycle of cards
- The national infrastructure for health data exchange

URPRIME, the portable health record solution
Xiang Gao, Vice President, Product & Marketing; Sarah Xin Ye, Senior Industry Manager, Product and Marketing - Watchdata (China), speaker
- Drawbacks of current patient's healthcare data management
- Overview and key features of URPRIME
- Business Cases

New Dimensions in Public KEy infrastructure - Bulk Use of digital certificates in german ehealth card project
Christian Schmitz, Senior IT Security Consultant, AuthentiDate (Germany)
- 70 Million ehealth cards to issue in short time frame
- High performance OCSP-responder
- High performance asymmetric key generation

Coffee & Refreshments Break - Networking - Exhibition

ePrescription in Gauteng: improving the healthcare delivery in emerging countries
Benoit Liénart, Product Manager, Speaker; Gillian Ormiston, Director Business Development Identification Solutions, Morpho (France)
- The use of biometrics to supply healthcare
- Administrative and issuance of e-prescriptions efficiency
- Technical and organizational key factors of success of the project

Pros and cons of ISO 24727 for health cards
Marjo Geers, Consultant, Collis (Netherlands)
- Patients and Health Care Professionals provided with authentication cards
- Cards and middleware compliance with ISO 24727
- Pros en cons of complying to ISO 24727 and possible migration scenarios
Technologies Trends - part ii
Moderator: Jon Shamah, Head, EMEA Sales, eSecurity, Nets (Norway)

Discover the e-ID technologies advances from the Labs. Security/e-ID Experts from Smart Card and IT industries present latest enhancements in making e-ID solutions more secure, long lasting, cost-effective and convenient.  

How long will an e-ID document last?
Mario Stoltz, Product Manager, NXP Semiconductors (Germany)
- Reliability, Quality, Warranty and Lifetime for an eDocument or a smart card
- Technologies and materials for maximum document lifetime
- Guidelines to avoid field reliability problems for document issuers

Security evaluation of electronic identity cards
Ulrich Stutenbäumer, Technology Consultant, Giesecke & Devrient (Germany)
- Common Criteria Version 3.1 protection profiles
- CC evaluation eID projects challenges in the area of secure communication and authentication
- Enabling smart cards to securely protect their user and authentication data.

NFC: Making e-ID Secure and Cost-effective
Carloman Grelu, EMEA ASPAC e-ID Business Development, Inside Contactless (France)
- NFC technology to add speed and flexibility to ICAO
- Combined NFC/ICAO: a highly secure, flexible ID architecture that re-uses existing security mechanisms
- Using mobile phones to make checkpoint control cost-effective and less complex

Coffee & Refreshments Break - Networking - Exhibition

Optical security and electronic technologies: Ultimate security?
Emmanuel Ventadour, Director, Strategy & Product Marketing, Government Programs, Gemalto (France)
- Choosing security features
- Security features fast evolution
- Description of new technologies

Delivering benefits and services through eID
Christopher Edwards, CTO, Intercede (UK)
- eID and Service provisioning and production on an adaptable secure workflow platform
- Case study of real deployments of this technology
- Adding real value to eID ownership

Holistic access control
Jiri Barta, Marketing Director, speaker; Tomas Trpisovsky, President & CEO, IMA s.r.o (Czech Republic)
- Utilization of recent (nano) technologies in real systems
- Holistic identification of human beings and things
- Privacy protection extended to artificial lifeless mechanisms (robots)

Closing panel discussion: Technology vision 2020

DAY 3 - Friday Sept. 24 - Morning only
e-Gov Services Cases in/out Europe - part ii

09.00am - 12.30am
2 parallel sessions:
e-Gov Services cases in/out Europe - Part II
• Biometrics
10.30am - 11.00am
Coffee break - Networking - Exhibition
e-Gov Services cases in/out europe - part ii
Moderator: Gilles Polin, Head of Government EMEA Adobe Systems Incorporated (France)

Large scale innovative e-ID programs are spreading around the world. This session reviews their major developments in key domains, drawing fruitful parallels between Europe and other region of the globe.

Federated identity challenges in Local and Regional Governments

Zdenek Jiricek, Managing Director eGovernment, Microsoft
- Identity as a shared service for reduced costs and increased flexibility
- Authentication services supporting various assurance levels
- Claims-based access on premise or in the cloud

eDriving Licence
Andre Uuldriks, Driving Licences Unit Manager, RDW (Netherlands)
- e-id: a boost to digitalisation of the government
- Multi carrier strategy to save money while being convenient for the citizens

Secure on-line authentication based on both governments ID and sectorial tokens
Charles de Couessin, Consultant, ID Partners (France)

Coffee break - Networking - Exhibition

EC Directives, Member States and the Citizen: The good, the bad and the ugly
John B. Harris, CISSP, Product Manager, Electronic Signatures & Security AlliancesDigital Enterprise Solutions Business Unit, Adobe Systems, Incorporated (USA)

The lessons of European and Middle Eastern implementations of e-ID
Eric Billiaert, Marcom Manager Identity, Gemalto France
-  eID and eServices : where are the key success factors
-  What have we learned over the past 10 years on eID
-  What should be done right from the start

Moderator:Jon Shamah, Head, EMEA Sales, eSecurity, Nets (Norway)

This session is dedicated to biometric technologies latest advances. Update your knowledge on the up-to-date offers and review results of their first implementations.

The case for biometrics in health cards
Jonas Andersson, Vice President, Business Development, Precise Biometrics (Sweden) - Karin Sveheim, Director Markets, Precise Biometrics (Sweden)
- Smart cards with Match-on-Card provide a secure and convenient healthcard
- How the healthcard effectively stops card sharing.
- Why privacy demands of healthcare require such biometrics

A comparative survey of face recognition approaches for resource-constrained devices
Marlies Rybnicek, Researcher, ST Poelten University of Applied Sciences Speaker - Christoph Fischer, Researcher, St. Poelten University of Applied Sciences (Austria)
- Biometric face recognition to enhance security on resource-constrained devices
- The challenge of realising face recognition algorithms in this environment
- Importance of feasibility evaluation on such devices

Biometrics Uses Cases: Eurosmart next White Paper
Didier Chaudun, Member of Eurosmart eID Working Group

Biometry SSO
Werner Blessing, CEO, Biometry (Switzerland)
- Fusing 12 multimodal biometric authentication procedures
- Multimodal simultaneous Biometrics advantages
- Demonstration

Closing panel discussion: Biometrics vision 2020

Coffee break - Networking - Exhibition

End of World e-ID 2010 - no lunch
Further adjustments can occur. The organizers reserve the right to change the agenda of the conference and the identity of the speaking persons.

Use Cases & Organizations