Open Source Pavilion at GTEC Week in Ottawa

From Joseph Potvin, IT Services Branch, Public Works and Government Services Canada

Following is the list of speakers within the "Open Source Pavilion" on the exhibition floor at http://www.gtecweek.com next week in Ottawa, 19-20 Oct. Background on the theme is available here: http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?OpenSourceSecurityStrategy

We will be publishing the content of this series of speakers on the internet as a "Compedium on Open Source Security Strategy" -- hopefully, the compendium will grow.

Vignettes:
"Open Source Security Strategy"
"Stratégie de sécurité du code source ouvert"

Speakers -- Agenda -- des présentateurs

Open Source Pavilion / Pavillion du code source ouvert

L'Exposition GTEC 2004 Exhibition

http://www.gtecweek.com

19-20 Oct 2004

Tuesday/ Mardi 19 October

10:30

The Soft Side of Open Source Security

Tracey De Leeuw, SmartSpeed

11:00

Novell Identity Management

Richard Cabana, Novell

11:30

Open Source within PWGSC's IT Security Management Framework

Pierre Rivard, IT Services, PWGSC

12:00

The Security of Choice : Cross-Platform Applications

Raj Parmar, Gupta Technologies

12:30

IETF Security Considerations

Mike Richardson, Xcelerance

13:00

The Network is the Computer; The Computer is Secure

Marc Bellefeuille, SUN Microsystems

13:30

Free and Open Source Software: Overview and Preliminary Guidelines for the
Government of Canada

Richard Carbone & Martin Salois, Defense Research & Development Canada

14:00

SuSE Linux Enterprise Server

Peter Bowen, Novell

14:30

Linux Security

Jim Elliott, IBM

15:00

PHP Security

Damien Seguy, PhP Quebec

15:30

Security Aspects of the TellTable Collaborative Infrastructure for Office
Suites

John Nash, School of Management, University of Ottawa

Wednesday/Mercredi 20 October

10:00

Security Standards, Open Source and You

Mike Harrop, The Cottingham Group

10:30

Knowing Who and What You're Working With

Richard Lessard, IT Services, PWGSC

11:00

Novell Resource Management

Carsten Piske, Novell

11:30

The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), and its related Security Forum

Robert Weisman, The Open Group (Architecture Forum)

12:00

Leveraging Open Source in Research & Development Projects

Eugen Bacic, Cinnabar

12:30

Shibboleth: Open Source Distributed Authentication and Authorization

Glen Newton, CISTI, NRC

13:00

Open Enterprise Server

Lothar Wegner, Novell

13:30

Code is Law: Citizen Security through Open Source GoL

Russell McOrmond, GOSLING (Getting Open Source Logic INto Governments)

14:00

MONO Security for .NET apps

Ross Chevalier, Novell

14:30

BSD Methods & Security

Dru Lavigne, Marketbridge Technologies

15:00

An Open Minded Security Strategy

Sue Berg, Health Canada/RCMP

15:30

Advancing the "Open Source Security Strategy" Statement

Joseph Potvin, IT Services Branch, PWGSC