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Session 6 SDOs activity and collaboration in ICT security. Session Chairman: Herbert Bertine Speakers: George Arnold (Chairman, SAG-S) Walter Fumy  (Chairman, JTC 1/SC 27) Tim Polk (Security Area Director, IETF) Carmine Rizzo (Secretariat, ETSI)

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Session 6 sdos activity and collaboration in ict security

Session 6SDOs activity and collaboration in ICT security

Session Chairman: Herbert Bertine

Speakers:

George Arnold (Chairman, SAG-S)

Walter Fumy (Chairman, JTC 1/SC 27)

Tim Polk (Security Area Director, IETF)

Carmine Rizzo(Secretariat, ETSI)

Anil Saldhana (Co-chair, OASIS)

Markus Wong (Security Group Vice-chair, 3GPP)

Jianyong Chen (Vice-chairman, ITU-T SG 17)

Addressing security challenges on a global scale


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Session 6SDOs activity and collaboration in ICT security

  • Part 1 – Brief presentation of each SDO

    • Scope of ICT security work

    • Major accomplishments

    • Future directions

  • Part 2 – Roundtable discussion

    • Critical gaps, standardization priorities

    • Collaboration, cooperation

    • Improving usefulness of standards

Addressing security challenges on a global scale


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Session 6SDOs activity and collaboration in ICT security

  • Previous workshops have emphasized that security is only as good as the weakest link and that standards are an important facilitator for ICT security.

  • What are the critical, high priority ICT security gaps and areas where standardization can have a significant impact and the need is urgent?

  • What are various SDOs are doing in these high priority areas?

Addressing security challenges on a global scale


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Session 6SDOs activity and collaboration in ICT security

  • Faced with an ever-growing number of standards bodies and consortia, the CTOs called for immediate steps to modernize the standards landscape and its current diversity, and endorsed the need for a new approach, based on improved collaboration, cooperation and coordination, in an effort to improve the efficiency of standards work, reduce unnecessary duplicating and conflicting standards and promote an interoperable, seamless future global communications network. (CTO meeting, 29 October 2010)

  • What successful collaboration initiatives are in place among SDOs for ICT security standardization?

  • How can collaboration, cooperation and coordination be improved?

  • What are the most important opportunities going forward where collaboration would be helpful?

Addressing security challenges on a global scale


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Session 6SDOs activity and collaboration in ICT security

  • Continual improvement of the organization’s overall performance should be a permanent objective of the organization (ISO 9000, Principle 6)

  • What performance measures and other techniques are SDOs using to assess the usefulness of their security standards?

  • What actions have SDOs taken as a result of this effort?

  • What can be done to improve awareness and applicability of key ICT security standards?

Addressing security challenges on a global scale


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