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Subject: Representative required for Asia PKI Forum - Korea - March 24-26/06

Hi Everyone,
Sorry for the late notice.
Stephen Wilson just informed us that he will not be able to participate
in the upcoming Asia PKI Forum meeting that will be held on the 24-26 of
this month in Korea.
We would like to know if anyone in the TC is willing to represent the TC
to the conference.  We are expected to participate in 2 presentations.
Please see details below.
Travel expenses will be covered by the TC.  If you are interested,
please let me know by next Wednesday - March 8.  This way, we can
discuss the presentation further or we will advise them that we are
unable to attend this time.

June Leung, CISSP
PKI Department
FundSERV Inc.
1700 - 130 King Street West
Toronto ON 
M5X 1E5
T. 416.350.2516
F. 416.362.6668  

-----Original Message-----
From: swilson@galexia.com.au [mailto:swilson@galexia.com.au] On Behalf
Of Stephen Wilson
Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2006 1:10 PM
To: June Leung
Subject: fwd: Guideline for the Conference Presentation_March 24th 2006,


For consideration in respect of sending a substitute in my place ... 

I have been invited to speak twice: one short presentation on the theme
"Electronic Certification Service and Prospect in Asia" and
participation on a panel. 

My interpretation of the presentation portion is that it need not be an
actual Asian case study, but rather would be an international case study
thought to be relevant to Asia.  

If you can find a substitite then I suggest you and me and that person
have a conference call so I can brief them on all the other Asia PKI
Forum stuff.  We would be expected to give an informal update on the
OASIS PKI Action Plan, and on the [Lower Costs] Survey too, which Ann
Terwiligger and I have been working on (slowly!). 



Stephen Wilson
Lockstep Consulting Pty Ltd
ABN 59 593 754 482

11 Minnesota Ave
Five Dock NSW 2046

P +61 (0)414 488 851


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. 

Forwarded Message:
From:    Seongae Park
To:      Stephen Wilson <swilson@lockstep.com.au>, ningjj@mx.cei.gov.cn,
wchwang@itri.org.tw, takay-endo@secom.co.jp
Subject: Guideline for the Conference Presentation_March 24th 2006,
Date:    Feb 27, 2006

> Dear All,
> We are very pleased to have you as speakers at the International PKI
Conference in March.
> For your preparation, I would like to give you detailed guideline for 
> the
> For the presentation session, China Japan Chinese Taipei Korea and
> OASIS will take places.Each presenter will have 20 minutes to speak 
> about  "Electronic Certification Service andProspect in Asia". You 
> would give information about your local current issues under the
> It can be either related to the PKI itself or Ubiquitous. 
> For the materials, please submit your file by March 9th, 2006.
> The second session is a Panel Discussion on "Authentication Status
> in Ubiquitous Society".
> China OASIS and Korea have expressed their participation so far. 
> Hopefully, other members would join in.
> Each member would make brief report on Ubiquitous progress for 5~10
> and there will be discussion for 20~30 minutes after briefings. 
> This session is recommended to be focusing on Ubiquitous Society.
> There is no request for submitting files. 
> If there are any questions , I would be happy to help you. Thank you.
> Best Regards,
> Seongae Park
> Korea Information Security Agency
> Korea PKI Forum
> 82-2-405-5486
> [attachment]

International PKI Conference Program(draft)_20060227.doc

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