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[edit] Thursday 15th April 2010: FIA Valencia, Foundations of Trust Session

The Trust and Identity Caretakers, Nick Wainwright, Volkmar Lotz, Jim Clarke, Michel Riguidel, with inputs from other areas, organised a session entitled Foundations of Trust. The session objectives were to explore the human and technical foundations of trust in the Future Internet with the intent of developing a roadmap for future cross domain research. The session will address the very real question of how we ensure that end users can have sufficient confidence and trust in the infrastructure and services of the future internet to readily participate in a digital life and digital society. The invited speakers explored a number of different dimensions to trust and trustworthiness. The final presentations for the session can be found below.

[edit] Foundations of Trust Session (15 April, 2010 11:30 – 13:30)

Time Topic for discussion Speaker
11:30 - 11:40 Trust in the Future Internet. Introductory Remarks. Volkmar Lotz, SAP on behalf of the FIA T&I Caretakers
11:40 - 12:00 Security Challenges for the Future Internet Prof. Evangelos Markatos, FORTH and Univ. of Crete, GREECE
12:00 - 12:20 Provenance in the Future Internet Dr. Jose Manuel Gomez-Perez R&D Director, iSOCO,
12:20 - 12:40 Economics of Trust and Security Dr Simon Shiu, System Security Lab, HP Labs
12:40 - 13:00 Legal frameworks for Trust in the Future Internet Mireille Hildbrandt, Associate Professor and Senior Researcher at Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Erasmus University Rotterdam
13:00 - 13:30 Panel Discussion and results of session All panelists and wrap up by Nick Wainwright, HP Labs on behalf of the FIA T&I Caretakers

In addition, during the Towards a Future Internet Architecture Session 2 entitled "Which concrete results are already available, with evidence that it could work?", Amardeo Sarma of NEC Europe presented the work to date on Sustainable Identity Framework for the Future Internet - see further information below on this important topic. The presentation made during session 2 can be found here.

[edit] 3rd March 2010: T&I Caretakers interim preparation workshop

An interim FIA ID workshop entitled "privacy enhancing Identity management across the layers in the short and long term " was held on 3rd March 2010 in Brussels. The workshop was hosted and co-organised by the European Commission and the trust and identity (T&I) caretakers of FIA. The following contains the background materials, slides and reports of the workshop results.

[edit] Some background materials for the workshop

[edit] Morning session of Workshop (11:00 – 12:45)

Time Topic for discussion Speaker
11:00 - 11:15 Welcome and Opening of Workshop Bart VAN-CAENEGEM, European Commission, DG-INFSO, Unit F5, “Trust and Security” and Jim Clarke, Waterford Institute of Technology, IRELAND
11:15 - 11:45 Identity Management Architecture, Technologies, and Trust Models: an introduction to IDEMIX Jan Camenisch, IBM Zurich, SWITZERLAND
11:45 - 12:15 The Identity Management Architecture and the network layer Amardeo Sarma, Joao Girao, NEC Europe Ltd., GERMANY and Antonio Skarmeta, University of Murcia, SPAIN
12:15 - 12:45 The requirements (dos and donts) of Identity Management in the Future Internet Fabio Massacci, University of Trento, ITALY

[edit] Afternoon session (13:30 – 17:00)

Time Topic for discussion Moderator
13:30 - 15:00 Are the proposed solutions meeting the requirements (dos and donts) of Identity Management in the Future Internet? Keith Howker, Waterford Institute of Technology, IRELAND
15:15 - 16:45 How do we take this into the FIA and FI PPP? (FIA Valencia and research roadmap) Nick Wainwright, HP Labs, U.K.
16:45 - 17:00 Workshop Wrap up Bart VAN-CAENEGEM, European Commission, DG-INFSO, Unit F5, “Trust and Security” and Jim Clarke, Waterford Institute of Technology, IRELAND

Final Workshop report is now available.

[edit] Other background material for the FIA Valencia event

Other materials can be uploaded here.

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