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Security Challenges for the Information Society, an Open Standards Forum

The early-bird discount ends 29 August for the Security Challenges for the
Information Society Forum!  Registration is now open and discounts for
early registration, groups and OASIS members are available.

30 September-3 October 2008
Ditton Manor, near London, UK

Security today isn't just a matter of new technology and new threats.
Security is about doing business in new ways that reflect the emerging
dangers in our world, the evolving concerns of customers, investors and
employees. Security infrastructures need open standards and
interoperability to scale to the huge deployments that are being rolled
out. Many security standards from OASIS and other organizations support a
model where identity authentication, access control, digital signature
processing, encryption and key management are provided as services that
can be distributed and shared.

The Forum will provide a unique opportunity for the security standards
community (public sector, private sector and standards developing
organizations) to come together to discuss current issues and challenges,
strategic approaches, recent successes, and future outlooks.

The event is produced by OASIS and sponsored by Alcatel-Lucent,
Axiomatics, CA, Inc., IBM, IDTrust Member Section, Nortel, Oracle,
Primeton, and Sun Microsystems.

For registration information, including group discounts, special hotel
rates, or to see a full conference program -- please visit the conference
website:  http://events.oasis-open.org/home/forum/2008 or email us at

We look forward to seeing you this fall at Ditton Manor.

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