Security Forum Agenda - London 2014

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Quarterly Members Meeting 20-24 October, 2014

http://www.opengroup.org/london2014/registration

  • Public Program - Plenaries and Tracks:  http://www.opengroup.org/events/timetable/2638 
  • Security Forum - Recommended Agenda for the Week
  • Public Sessions - non-members welcome to register to attend.  In Security Forum Members Meetings - guest attendance can be arranged on request

Monday, October 20 - Public: Business Transformation and Business Transformation

See public program.

17:30-18:30 - Evening Drinks Reception

Tuesday, October 21 - Public - Business Transformation and Open Platform 3.0

09:00-11:00 - Plenary, See public program

11:30-13:00 -  Choice of track sessions

14:00-18:00 - Risk Track, See public program for presentation details

  • Knowing your Cyber Risk, Ryan Jones
  • Adoption of O-RA for Secure Architecture of an Ecommerce Platform, Satish Sreenivasaiah
  • Managing Risk in the Digital Transformation Agenda, James Osborn
  • Why Risk Management Methods Fail - Asset Based Approach to Security, Mike Chung

18:00-20:30 - Conference netoworking reception

Wednesday, October 22 - Risk Track continued, plus Security Automation workshop, and start of Security Forum member's meeting 

09:00 - 10:30  - Security Track Continued

  • Open FAIR Risk case study, Chad Weinman
  • Building a TOGAF Metamodel Extension for Security and Risk Management, Bill Estrem, and Marc Walker

10:30-11:00 - Break

11:00-13:00  - "Voice of the Security Customer": The Open Group Annual Security Requirements Workshop Series, Topic: Security Automation (Open Session) Workshop Leader: Jim Hietala, VP Security & Healthcare, The Open Group 

13:00-14:00 - Lunch

14:00-15:30  -"Voice of the Security Customer":  Security Automation Workshop continued

15:30-16:00 - Break

16:00-17:30  - Security Forum Members Meeting

  • O-ISM3 project overview
  • Risk project team meetings
  • Platform 3.0 security

Thursday, October 23, Security Forum Members Meeting continued (09:00-17:30)

  • TNSP Part 2 Practitioners Guide development workshop (review & resolve comments on chapter drafts)
  • TSP Security services catalog development (discuss structure/organization, delivery & publication mechanisms, open source nature)

Friday, October 24 - Security Forum Members Meeting continued (09:00 - 17:00) 

Location: Lloyd's, 1st Floor, Red Lion Court, 46/48 Park St. London, SE1 9EQ (TNT 89)

  • Former Jericho Forum members will meet to discuss moving the data security principles work forward

    • Development of data security principles
    • Discussion of how to engage industry on data security standards

 

 

 

 

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