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Welcome to aic 2007

Welcome to AIC 2007


Safety announcement

SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENT

  • Ladies and Gentlemen, your attention please.

  • There are no tests of the fire alarm system scheduled for today, so if you do hear the fire alarm, which is a siren, or announcements asking you to leave the building, please leave immediately by the nearest available exit.

  • Staff in High Visibility Jackets will direct you to the assembly point.

  • Please take a moment to locate the exits around you now.

  • Thank you.


Welcome to aic 2007

Matt Deacon

Chief Architectural Advisor

Microsoft UK


Welcome to aic 2007

Ed Gibson

Chief Security Advisor

Microsoft UK


Welcome to aic 2007

Lord Erroll


Lord erroll merlin

Lord Erroll - Merlin

Member of the HOUSE of LORDS - an Independent Peer

Select Committee on Science & Technology – Personal Internet Security

PITCOMParliamentary Information Technology Committee

EURIMEuropean Information Society Group (Director)

LASSeO Local Authority Smart Standards e-Organisation

APIGAll-Party Internet Group (Secretary)

E-RAE-business Regulatory Alliance (President)

ISSA UKInformation Systems Security Association Advisory Board

Nominet UKPolicy Advisory Board

All-Party Group for Entrepreneurship (Vice Chair)

Knuru.com

www.SecretSommelier.com

CRC


Preconceptions

Preconceptions

What did you

expect me to be like?


Merlin

Merlin


A lord

A LORD


I was in software development

I was in Software Development

There are 10 kinds of people in the world:

  • Those who understand Binary

  • And those who don’t

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    Now I’m in Business Development


Me at my desk in the lords

Me at my desk in the Lords


Welcome to aic 2007

What happens to your castle if you get on the wrong side of the Executive Old Slains, blown up in 1595


What i m going to cover

What I’m going to cover

Influences on legislation

  • Where I’m coming from

  • Priorities & Issues of Concern

  • Transformational Government

  • Globalisation

  • Professional Qualifications

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Influencers and regulators

Influencers and Regulators

  • EU

    • CEN TC 224 WG15 PUKE

    • MSS – SAG

  • Parliament

    • Select Committees

    • EURIM

    • AP Internet Group

  • ICT Conferences

    • MS Architect Insight

  • Govt. Department

    • Home Office

    • DTi

  • Regulator

    • OFCOM

  • Industry Body

    • Intellect

    • E-RA


Parliamentary groups

Parliamentary Groups

  • Select Committees

  • All-Party Parliamentary Groups

    • PITCOM, EURIM

    • APIG (ISPA, ITSPA, EURISPA)

    • APPG on ID Theft

  • Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology

  • Receptions & Presentations

  • Direct Access


Legislative process

Legislative Process

  • EXECUTIVE

    • White paper – Consultation - Draft Bill

  • PARLIAMENT

    • Bill goes through both Houses

  • EXECUTIVE

    • Statutory Instruments

    • (Negative or Affirmative Resolution)


Where i m coming from

WHERE I’M COMING FROM

I’m a Crossbench (Independent) Peer

c. 760 Lords, nearly 1/3rd Independent, not salaried!

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Sensible regulation is required,

- but -

I am concerned about

  • Over-regulation

  • Increasing power of the Executive

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Life is to be lived

Life is to be lived

Puritanism is the haunting fear that someone, somewhere may be enjoying themselves

Risk Takersvs.Safety & Security

Entrepreneurvs.Corporate


The citizen the state

The Citizen & The State

“We must help citizens - for their own good”

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LIGHT TOUCH REGULATION

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  • Regulations are for your enemies

  • Laws often fail to prevent what they forbid

  • It is pointless passing laws that can’t be enforced


Rules cannot control a complex system

Rules cannot control a Complex System

  • A complex system is not deterministic

    • An identical set of circumstances will have different outcomes on subsequent occasions

  • Rules only affect a few nodes and links

    • The law of unintended consequences

  • Define boundaries to behaviour

    • Common Law (British Law)


  • You i t architects

    YOU – I.T. ARCHITECTS

    YOU HAVE A SERIOUS RESPONSIBILTY

    You must protect the individual

    DPA

    Chinese Walls

    Abnormal access

    Unauthorised access

    Social engineering


    Government concerns

    GOVERNMENT CONCERNS

    But first:

    Who do you mean by “The Government”?

    Parliament (the legislature)?

    The Executive (civil service, regulators)?

    EU (80% of laws stem from EU directives)?

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    Transformational government

    Transformational Government

    Data Sharing

    Identity Management

    Shared Services (procurement)

    Prevention of Crime


    Other issues

    Other Issues

    • Personal Safety on the Internet

    • Critical National Infrastructure

    • CMA – Hacker Tools & Pen Testing

    • RIPA part 3 - Keys

    • Data Retention (ATCSA)

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    • Internet Governance

    • TV Without Frontiers (TVWF)

    • IP & DRM


    Compliance

    Compliance

    • Sarbanes-Oxley

    • Basel II

    • Rome 2

    • ISO 27001

    • Will there be a SOX equivalent in the EU?

      How do you make provision for uncertainty?


    Political priorities

    POLITICAL PRIORITIES

    Identity is on the political agenda

    E-Crime is climbing steadily

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    Which is more important?

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    What is the purpose of i d to help you and keep you safe to facilitate business

    What is the purpose of I.D.?-------To help you and keep you safe.To facilitate business.

    Central Government – CONTROL – Unique I.D.

    Local Authorities – DELIVERY – Federated I.D.

    Internet – ASSURANCE – InfoCard certificates


    People can be seduced

    People can be Seduced

    • Money

    • Ideals

    • Social Engineering


    Globalisation

    GLOBALISATION

    Web 2.0 & Software as a Service

    • Location of data store (Patriot Act, RIPA pt3 keys)

      Mobile working & de-perimeterisation

    • Flexibility will give competitive advantage

    • Unavailable Corporate Knowledge is useless

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      Cross-Border data transfers (DPA, MOUs)

      Walls no longer bound the company


    Professional standards

    Professional Standards

    Who decides who should be qualified?

    • BCS

    • IISP

    • ISC2

    • ISACA

    • IET

    • COMPTIA

    • ISSA

      It’s hard to define the qualifications

      If it’s not the industry, it might be a civil servant


    The citizen the state1

    The Citizen & The State

    They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. (Benjamin Franklin)

    Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the boisterous sea of liberty. (Thomas Jefferson)

    BALANCE


    The architect

    THE ARCHITECT

    Your Insight will determine the acceptability and success of the interface between

    • the Citizen

    • the SME

    • the Corporate

    • and Governments

      Globally

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    Or merlin hay or merlin erroll or lord erroll or the earl of erroll

    Or Merlin Hayor Merlin Errollor Lord Errollor The Earl of Erroll ?

    [email protected]

    0700 540 2121

    www.LordErroll.com

    www.SecretSommelier.org


    Architect insight focus groups

    Architect Insight Focus Groups

    The role of the architect


    Call yourself an architect

    Call yourself an architect?

    • Can we define what makes us architects?

    • Can we detect it?

    • Consistent job titles

    • End “job title inflation”

    • Differentiate architects from other senior roles

      • (eg Technical Consultant and Software Engineer)

    • Identify future architects better

    Why?


    Ieee 1471 2000

    IEEE 1471-2000

    Includes

    Architects


    Organisation and role types

    Organisation and Role Types

    Strategic

    Architect

    Solution

    Architect

    Operations Architect

    Data Architect

    Web

    Architect

    Enterprise

    Architect

    Infrastructure

    Architect

    Business Architect

    Network Architect

    Security

    Architect


    Organisation and role types1

    Organisation and Role Types

    Corporate

    Strategic

    Architect

    Solution

    Architect

    Enterprise

    Architect

    Infrastructure

    Architect

    Consultancy

    Vendor


    Architectural role types

    Architectural Role Types

    Strategic

    Enterprise

    Infrastructure

    Solution

    Corporate

    Generic

    IT Architect

    Consultancy

    Vendor


    Architectural role capabilities

    Architectural Role Capabilities

    Strategic

    Enterprise

    Infrastructure

    Solution

    Generic

    IT Architect

    Corporate

    Consultancy

    Vendor


    Focus group agenda

    Focus group agenda

    • Session 1 (now)

      • Questions?

      • Meet & greet

      • Start discussions!

    • Session 2 (Day 1: 18:40 – 19:10)

      • Continue to focus... 

    • Session 3 (Day 2: 08:30 – 09:00)

      • Status quo

      • Cross-pollination of ideas

    • Session 4 (Day 2: 14:00 – 14:50)

      • Quantify, Conclude and Deliver

    Feel free to meet throughout the day! 

    (BTW, this is voluntary)


    Room facilitators

    Room Facilitators

    Room 1

    Room 2

    • Matt Deacon

    • Andy James (Solidsoft)

    • Charles Young (Solidsoft)

    • Jeremy Palmer

    • Andrew Macaulay (Capgemini)

    • Sam Lowe (Capgemini)

    • Andrea Westerinen

    • Iain Mortimer

    Room 3

    Room 4

    • Mike Lloyd (Carbonflame)

    • Paul Cross

    • Richard Godfrey

    • Ron Jacobs

    • Beat Schwegler

    • Simon Thurman


    Thank you

    Thank you!

    • Session 1 (now)

      • Q & A

      • Meet & greet

      • Start discussions!


    Thank you1

    Thank you!

    • Session 1 (now)

      • Q & A

      • Meet & greet

      • Start discussions!


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