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Workshop preliminary program available

Workshop Preliminary Program

Friday, 2 November 2007
Time Event
8:00 Breakfast
9:00 Invited Talk
Jeremy Epstein (to be confirmed)
9:45 Session 1
Session Chair: Anoop Singhal (NIST, USA)
Next Steps in Assertion Management
Samir Saklikar, Subir Saha
Event-based Application of WS-Security Policy on SOAP Messages
Nils Gruschka, Meiko Jensen, Torben Dziuk
10:30 Coffe Break
11:00 Session 2
Session Chair: Ernesto Damiani (University of Milan, Italy)
Secure Web Service Federation Management using TPM Virtualisation
Srijith Krishnan Nair, Ivan Djordjevic, Bruno Crispo, Theo Dimitrakos
A Technical Architecture for Enforcing Usage Control Requirements in Service-Oriented Architectures
Alexander Pretschner, Berthold Agreiter, Masoom Alam, Ruth Breu, Michael Hafner, Jean-Pierre Seifert, Xinwen Zhang
What Can Identity-Based Cryptography Offer to Web Services?
Hoon Wei Lim, Jason Crampton, Kenneth G. Paterson
Breaking and Fixing the Inline Approach ---Towards a Semantic of XML Signature
Sebastian Gajek, Lijun Liao, Jrg Schwenk
A Privacy Controller Approach for Privacy Protection in Web Services
George Yee
12:45 Lunch
14:00 Session 3
Session Chair: Seth Proctor (Sun Microsystems Laboratories, USA)
A Scalable and Flexible Web Services Authentication Model
Pedro Flix, Carlos Ribeiro
Access Control for the Services Oriented Architecture
Jun Li, Alan Karp
A Light-weighted Decentralized Authorization Model for Inter-domain Collaborations
Hannah Lee, Heiko Luedemann
15:00 Coffe Break
15:30 Session 4
Session Chair: Ernesto Damiani (University of Milan, Italy)
Security-by-Contract for Web Services
Nicola Dragoni, Fabio Massacci
Evaluating Distributed XACML Policies
Vijayant Dhankhar, Saket Kaushik, Duminda Wijesekera, Anil Nerode
A Multimedia Access Control Language For Virtual and Ambient Intelligence Environments
Bechara Albouna, Richard Chbeir, Stefania Marrara
16:30 Panel
Perspectives on SOA Security
Panel Chair: Anoop Singhal (NIST, USA)

Tim Bond is an IT and information security professional with 18 years experience in the field. He is currently a Security Architect for Software AG where he is responsible for security in the webMethods product line including design, standards, and customer facing issues. In the past he has worked as a security researcher at MITRE, a network engineer at a large telecom company, and in defense contracting building and running large scale IT systems. He has a Masters Degree in Computer Science from George Mason University.