The Open Group’s Security Practitioners Conference to Explore Future of ‘Identity in the Clouds’
Additional Sessions will Focus on Web 2.0 Security, Bio Identity and Authentication
The Open Group SPC is designed for industry leaders to share experiences and create best practices for the future of information security. The morning plenary sessions will feature a keynote presentation by
“The inaugural SPC in January provided a much-needed opportunity to discuss both the challenges and opportunities of securing cloud computing services,” said
The afternoon will be comprised of two focus sessions, the first on Web 2.0 security threats and enterprise adoption issues, and the second on identity management in the cloud. The Web 2.0 Security and Enterprise Adoption session will explore issues and use cases through a panel discussion and presentations on “Security for Web 2.0″ by Mark O’Neill of Vordel and “Clouds forecast – doing business beyond the perimeter” by
“Identity in the Cloud” will be the focus of the conference’s second afternoon session. This session will feature two presentations and a panel discussion. The first presentation will be from
Registration, Sponsorship and Exhibit Opportunities
Registration is open to both members and non-members of The Open Group. For more information, or to register for the conference in
The Open Group also offers various sponsorship and exhibit opportunities. For more information, please visit: http://www.opengroup.org/london2009-spc/sponsor-exhibit.htm.
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