8th ETSI Security Workshop

  • 16-17 January 2013Add this to my calendar
  • There is no charge for this event
  • Sophia Antipolis, Franceexpand

Security as a Business opportunity: A winning driver to ensure technology success and increase confidence and trust amongst end-users!

Overview

The Annual ETSI Security Workshop has built a reputation of being a premier event on Security. It brings together the latest from those developing International Standards and security experts to discuss recent developments, share knowledge, identify gaps and co-ordinate on future actions and work areas. 

Scope of the Workshop

The workshop aims at creating stimulating discussions arising from interesting contributions from those working within the areas of Security, including Privacy, Cybersecurity, Protection, Cloud Security, Smart Grids, Mobility, Machine to Machine and the latest in Security Research together with real security issues from Industry.

The agenda this year is split in the following sessions:

  • Introduction
  • International standardization
  • CEN/CENELEC Standardization
  • Machine to Machine and Smart Grid Security
  • Mobile and network security
  • Intelligent Transport System Security
  • Privacy and Cloud
  • Security Testing  

 

Agenda Day 1

[agenda]
SESSION 1: Introduction
Session chair: Charles Brookson, ETSI OCG Security Chairman
09:00 Welcome and Workshop Introduction
Luis Jorge Romero, ETSI Director-General
09:10 ETSI security standardization
Carmine Rizzo, ETSI
09:30 ITU-T Achievements in ICT Security Standardization
Martin Euchner, International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
09:50 ISO Security Standardization
Marijke de Soete, ISO
10:10 An EU perspective on privacy
Slawomir Gorniak, ENISA
10:30 COFFEE
SESSION 2: International Standardization
Session Chair: Carmine Rizzo, ETSI
11:00 ETSI Smart Card Platform
Klaus Vedder, Giesecke & Devrient GmbH, ETSI TC SCP Chairman
11:20 New Digital Agreement: to be or to be not (digitally)
Riccardo Genghini, ETSI TC ESI Chairman
11:40 ETSI ISG ISI (Information Security Indicators) Standardization
Paolo De Lutiis, Telecom Italia
12:00 Supply Chain Integrity: Building a Coordinated Framework
Claire Vishik, Intel
12:20 Questions and Answers
12:45 Networking Sandwich Lunch
SESSION 3: CEN/CENELEC standardization
Session Chair: Luc Van den Berghe, CEN CENELEC
14:00 The activities of the CEN-CLC-ETSI coordination group on cyber security
Martin Uhlherr, DIN Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V.
14:20 CEN/TC224 eSign activities
Béatrice Peirani, Gemalto
14:40

CEN-CLC-ETSI smart grid security standards activities
Jean-Pierre Mennella, Alstom

15:00 RFID data protection and privacy activities in CEN/TC225
Gerard Dessenne, Chair of CEN/TC225/WG5
15:20 Questions and Answers
15:45 TEA
Session 4 : Machine-to-Machine and Smart Grid Security
Session chair: Charles Brookson, ETSI OCG Security Chairman
16:15 Security in M2M communication: The role of the Network Operator
Francois Ennesser, ETSI TC M2M WG4 (Security) Chairman
16:35 Trustworthy Security Framework for Wireless Industrial Sensor Networks
Laura Gheorghe, University Politehnica of Bucharest
16:55 German Smart Metering and European Privacy Needs
Markus Bartsch, TÜViT GmbH
17:15 Lessons learned from the new Smart Meter Risk Analysis Methodology in the Netherlands
Johan Rambi, Alliander
17:35 Questions and Answers
18:00

END OF THE DAY – Networking cocktail

Sponsored by INTEL

 

Agenda Day 2

[agenda]
SESSION 5: Mobile and network security
Session chair: Bengt Sahlin, 3GPP SA3 Chairman
09:00 3GPP Security
Bengt Sahlin, 3GPP SA3 Chairman
09:20 Enhancing Trust in Mobile Services Using the Latest GlobalPlatform Standards
Julien Deplancke, GlobalPlatform
09:40 Malware detection methods for fixed and mobile networks
Gavin McWilliams, CSIT, Centre for Secure Information Technologies
10:00 The need for security assurance standards and compliance methodology for telecom
Mats Nilsson Ericsson
10:20 Questions and Answers
10:45 COFFEE
SESSION 6: Intelligent Transport Systems
Session Chair: Carmine Rizzo, ETSI
11:15 A novel Pseudonym Framework for ITS
Haitham Cruickshank, University of Surrey
11:35

PRESERVE – Making Secure V2X Communication a Reality
Norbert Bißmeyer, Fraunhofer SIT(on behalf of the EU FP7 Project PRESERVE)

11:55 Questions and Answers
12:15

Networking Sandwich Lunch

SESSION 7: Privacy and Cloud Security
Session Chair: Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies LLC
13:40 Outsourcing personal data processing to the cloud
Christopher Mitchell, Royal Holloway, London University
14:00 Enforcing Privacy for Critical Infrastructures
Nils Ulltveit-Moe, University of Agder, Norway
14:20 STIX and CLIX: powerful new virtualization security platforms and synergies
Tony Rutkowski, Yaana Technologies LLC
14:40 Scalable privacy, trust & confidence through evolving open standards
Gershon Janseen, OASIS
15:00 Questions and Answers
15:30 TEA
Session 8 : Security Testing
Session chair: Scott Cadzow, Cadzow Communications
16:00 Methods to develop security standards – a review of work old and new in ETSI and why it&#39s important to use
Scott Cadzow, Cadzow Communications
16:20 Security Testing: Terminology, Concepts, Lifecycle
Ari Takanen, Codenomicon
16:40 Case Study Experiences with Risk-based Security Testing and Model-based Fuzzing
Ina Schieferdecker, Fraunhofer Fokus
17:00 Questions and Answers
17:30 WORKSHOP CONCLUSIONS

Charles Brookson, ETSI OCG Security Chairman
Carmine Rizzo, ETSI