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Subject: Gearing up for PKI Survey Promotion

Dear All

The PKI Survey is nearly complete.  It should be posted on the OASIS
website early in the New Year.  As you all know, we also intend 'marketing'
the survey direct to PKI related associations, standards bodies, workshops
and conferences.  I have asked this list before on several occasions for
suggestions, and for volunteers who are connected to important
organisations.  I am still hoping for a concerted response please. 

I was reading some old minutes from past survey exercises ... looking for
inspiration.  See for example
That document had a nice detailed promotion plan for the last survey.  

I have extracted a list of organisations and suggested some actions below.
 I would ask TC members to please take a few minutes to see what they are
able to do against this plan, and of course to suggest other channels for
promotion.  Please indicate if you can plug us into e.g.: 

  - RSA Conferences 
  - US Federal Bridge CA 
  - American Bar Association 
  - SAFE bio-pharma 

Thanks in anticipation of assistance to make this survey a success.  Cheers, 

Stephen Wilson.


1) Ask PKI vendors to send it to customers

   PLEASE: Helen Mullenger, Anders Rundgren, John Sabo, Sharon Boeyen 
   and anyone else from a big vendor, Please indicate your capacity 
   and willingness to promote the survey direct to your customers. 

2) Send to all OASIS members

   DONE: It will be in OASIS member news. 

3) Send to PKI Research Workshop attendees

   QUESTION: Who crosses over with the Research Workshop?  Paul Evans? 

4) Send to the IETF PKIX working group mailing list

   DONE: I have already spoken with Steve Kent. 

6) Send to Asia PKI Forum members and lists


7) Send to Internet 2 Consortium members

   QUESTION: Who crosses over? 

8) U.S. Government's Federal PKI Technical Working Group (FPKITWG)

   QUESTION: Paul Evans still involved with FPKI? I have reached 
   out to Peter Alterman already. 


   PLEASE: Helen Mullenger or Anders Rundgren or any other Europe based 
   members might be able to liasise with EEMA?  

10) The Open Group

    QUESTION: Is Paul Evans still connected with Open Group? 

11) ETSI

    DONE: I have Riccardo Genghini lined up, and he will distribute 
    the survey right away. 


    See (11)

13) APEC IS Security Standards Group

    ACTION: I can do this. 

14) Radicchio Consortium

    QUESTION: One Hemant Adarkar last time was tasked with liaising 
    with Radicchio.  Do we have someone in his place? 

15) Government of Canada

    QUESTION: Ross Smith was involved last time but I think is 
    inactive presently.  Any one else connected with Canada? 


Stephen Wilson
Lockstep Consulting Pty Ltd
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About Lockstep 
Lockstep was established in early 2004 by noted authentication expert
Stephen Wilson, to provide independent advice and analysis on cyber
security policy, strategy, risk management, and identity management. 
Lockstep is also developing unique new smartcard solutions to address
privacy and identity theft. 

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