3rd ETSI Security Workshop

The 3rd ETSI Security Workshop, organised and hosted by ETSI in Sophia Antipolis, France, took place on 15-16 January 2008. It counted 125 attendees with a vested interest in Security Standards.

The agenda included eight sessions, with presentations given by experts representing organizations such as ETSI, CEN, CENELEC, European Commission, ITU-T, ENISA, as well as the private sector, government and universities.

The workshop provided interesting information on all topics covered, with special focus on standardization efforts related to such topics. Besides, it provided co-operation opportunities, and directions for future work.

OPENING SPEECHES

    • Welcoming speech, Walter Weigel, ETSI Director-General
    • Keynote speech from the European Commission, Achilleas Kemos, DG INFSO: Internet, Network and Information Security
    • ETSI Security Activities Overview, Charles Brookson- ETSI OCG, Security Chairman, UK BERR and Adrian Scrase, ETSI Vice President Internation Partnership Projects
    • ENISA Activities in Security, Elisabetta Carrara, ENISA Security
     

SESSION 1: MOBILE SECURITY

  • 3GPP Security hot topics: LTE/SAE and Common IMS, Valtteri Niemi - 3GPP SA3 Chairman, Nokia
  • Update on Security, Fraud thefts and Operators' initiatives in GSM and 3G, James Moran - GSMA Fraud and Security Director
  • IETF Security standardization activities, Hannes Tschofenig - Nokia Siemens Networks, IETF keyprov WG Chair 

SESSION 2: SECURITY INITIATIVES WITHIN CEN and CENELEC

  •  Cost-effective authentication and integrity of electronic invoices, Nick Pope - CEN eInvoicing
  • Workshop, Thales eSecuritySCoRTS: A European network for the Security of Control and Real-Time Systems, Alberto Stefanini, JRC 
  • CEN Anti-Counterfeiting Workshop, Nadine Ruhle-Niestroy, TUV Rheinland Japan Ltd  
     

SESSION 3: LAWFUL INTERCEPTION

  • Lawful Interception and Data Retention standardization activities ,Scott Cadzow - C3L, ETSI LI Vice Chairman
  • Secure, verifiable and intelligible audit logs to support computer forensics in Lawful Interception, Elena de la Calle Vian, Ministry of Industry, Spain
  • Lawful Interception of VoIP in Highly Decentralised Systems, Jan Seedorf, NEC Laboratories Europe 

SESSION 4: NEW CHALLENGES

  • Developments Trusted Computing and Trusted Computing Group (TCG): Technology and Standardization Work, Claire Vishik - Intel, Security and Privacy Policy and Standards Manager
  • Producing and maintaining Standards for Emergency Communications, Jean-Pierre Henninot - ETSI EMTEL ViceChairman, MINEFI France
  • ETSI TC related activities: STF 318 (REM) and XAdES interoperability event, Riccardo Genghini - ETSI ESI Chairman, Studio Notarile Genghini 

SESSION 5: SMART CARDS
  • Developments within the ETSI Smart Card Platform Group, Klaus Vedder - ETSI SCP Chairman, Giesecke & Devrient GmbH
  • Secure Internet Connectivity with the Internet Smart Card, Walter Hinz, Giesecke & Devrient GmbH
  • ETSI Smart Card Platform Requirements Work Group: USSM, Secure Channel and Confidential Applications, Ilario Macchi, Telecom Italia, ETSI SCP REQ Chairman
  • Secure UICC Hardware Platforms, Gerd Dirscherl, Infineon Technologies (ChipCard) 
     

SESSION 6: INTERNATIONAL STANDARDIZATION

  • ICT Security Standards Roadmap: an Update, Mike Harrop, ITU-T Rapporteur SG17 Q4, Communications Security Project
  • Global Cybersecurity: the role of International Standards, Solange Ghernaouti - Professor, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Lausanne
  • Global Standards Initiative on Identity Management (IdM-GSI), Scott Cadzow - C3L, ETSI LI Vice Chairman
  • Architecture and Privacy Issues for Biometric-Based Identity, Jean-Paul Lemaire - Paris Diderot University 

SESSION 7: NGN SECURITY

  • NGN Security standards for Fixed-Mobile Convergence, Judith E. Y. Rossebø - ETSI TISPAN WG7 Chairman, Telenor R&D
  • VoIP, NGN and DoS: Attack Scenarios, Detection and Prevention, Dr. Dorgham Sisalem - Tekelec Germany
  • PSTN/ISDN Emulation Subsystem (PES) within a NGN, Steve Covey - British Telecommunications plc
  • Comparison of the work of different SDOs regarding UC/SPIT with a demonstrator, Thilo Ewald - NEC Europe Ltd 

SESSION 8: CRYPTOGRAPHY

  • Standardization of Quantum Technologies and Quantum Cryptography: FP6 Integrated Project SECOQC, Thomas Langer - IT Security Assessment and Certification Quantum Technologies - Smart Systems Division Austrian Research Centers GmbH
  • A Compact and High-Speed Cipher Suitable for Limited Resource Environment, Taizo Shirai, Researcher Sony Corp