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Subject: RE: [saml-dev] RE: OASIS joins NSA and Homeland Security in sponsoring SecurE-Biz CxO Summit, June 10-11, Wash. DC


-----Original Message-----
From: John Weiler, E.D. [mailto:john@ichnet.org] 
Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2004 4:05 PM
To: saml-dev@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [saml-dev] RE: OASIS joins NSA and Homeland Security in
sponsoring SecurE-Biz CxO Summit, June 10-11, Wash. DC

5th Annual SecurE-Biz CxO Security Summit June 10-11, 2004 Marriott
Metro Center, Washington DC www.SecurE-Biz.net 1-703-768-0400

Dear OASIS Members,
In behalf of OASIS and the SecurE-Biz Partnership, you and your senior
staff are cordially invited to attend the fifth annual SecurE-Biz CxO
Security Summit, scheduled for June 10-11 at the Marriott Metro Center,
Washington, DC.  As this is an invite only executive program, please use
the priority code OASIS911 when registering.  

 This year's CxO Security Summit theme is "Solution Roadmaps for Secure
Information Infrastructure and Cyber-Defense" and will detail best
practices and lessons learned for achieving compliance and beyond
(FISMA, CIPA, E-Gov, Hspd-7, Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPPA).  Please forward
this to those in your community who are responsible for leading,
planning, acquiring and implementing enterprise programs.
"The SecurE-Biz CxO Security Summit continues to provide a level of
depth and breadth that many executives seek from an executive training
program.  SecurE-Biz is a must attend for those business and IT
executives who are seeking to leveraging the combined experiences of the
world's leading security experts" states Howard Schmidt, Former White
House Cyber Security Advisor and Chair of President's critical
infrastructure protection board.
Recognized as one of the most comprehensive executive security programs
available, SecurE-Biz will provide delegates with; . 20 interactive
sessions lead by over 60 of world's foremost experts . Two parallel
tracks, Management Track and Implementers Track, that meet the diverse
needs of both business and technology management . Two CxO Roundtable
Luncheons where hot topics are debated . Solution Architecture Resource
Center where delegates get hands on support for their mission critical
programs . SecurE-Biz Leadership Awards Ceremony . CxO E-Social
featuring a live R&B band . A must have Security Solution Roadmap CD
containing compendium of artifacts necessary for implementation success.

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED: To secure your reserved seat delegates must
register before May 10th at www.SecurE-Biz.net. And use priority code of
OASIS911 to get pre-registration discount.  

++++++A group rate of only $500. (50% off) is available when registering
5 or more at one time. Call 703 768 0400 and ask for Mike Kim.
Government Training form 1556 accepted. ++++++
"Let me take this opportunity to tell you how impressed I am with what
your group has been able to prepare. I too have never seen such an
interesting and thought provoking agenda, nor have I ever seen such an
impressive array of speakers. It should set a new standard for these
types of shows." '03 Keith Herrington, former Directorate CIO, Homeland
To support the diverse needs of the entire management team (CISO, CIO,
CTO, CFO, CEO, and PMs), SecurE-Biz brings together all the educational
tools needed for compliance AND implementation success including the
following topic treads; 1. Getting beyond compliance with Critical
Infrastructure Protection Act and Sarbanes-Oxley 2. Acquiring Secure
Solutions for Homeland Security and E-Business 3. Emerging Trends,
Technologies and Best Practices for Securing Cyberspace 4. Information
Security and E-Business at the cross roads, what acquisition executive
must know. 5. Integrating Security into the Architecture and CPIC
processes 6. Frameworks for assuring Infrastructure Protection and
Business Continuity 7. Strategy for a National Geospatial Information
Sharing; intelligence, federal, states, industry 8. Secure Web Services;
avoiding the common pitfalls 
"This annual executive summit was designed to provide a hype free forum
for our IT thought leaders to share in those experiences and insights
that will aid our community in achieving its strategic IT goals and
learn from the experience of those who have already forged ahead." Jim
Flyzik in 2002, former Vice-Chair of the Federal CIO Council and Sr.
Advisory to Secretary Tom Ridge, Homeland Security.
Join one of the great lineups of influential leaders and subject matter
experts who have confirmed for this year's Executive Summit: 
Carl Banzhof, CTO, Citadel Security
Ryan Cast, Geospatial Information Officer, Department of Homeland
Security Larry Clinton, COO, Internet Security Alliance Steve Cooper,
CIO, Department of Homeland Security Kevin Deeley, Deputy Director,
Information Security, Department of Justice Mark Foster, Liberty
Alliance Dr. Dan Geer, Chief Scientist, Verdasys Dickie George,
Technical Director, Information Assurance Directorate, NSA Darrell
Graddy, Sr. VP, Lockheed Martin IT Steve Haynes, Director, Global
Solution Consulting, CSC Andrew Howell, Vice President Homeland
Security, US Chamber of Commerce Joe Jarzombek, Director of Software
Assurance, Information Assurance, Office of the Secretary of Defense NII
Rick Jones, Director Federal Operations, Intel Jack Johnson, Chief
Security Officer, Dept of Homeland Security Terry Kees, Vice President,
Homeland Security, Lockheed Martin ISS Edward Kinney, Director
Information Systems Security, Customs and Border Protection, Dept of
Homeland Security Eric Litt, Chief Information Security Officer, General
Motors Honorable Robert Lentz, Deputy DASD, Security & Information
Operations, Office of the Secretary of Defense NII Werner Lippuner,
Technology and Services Risk Services, Ernst and Young LLP Dan Lohrmann,
CSO, State of Michigan Bill Morgan, Director of IT Security for US
Visit, Dept of Homeland Security ADM Charles Munns, Director NMCI, US
Navy Paul Patrick, Technical Director, BEA Systems Mark Powell, CTO, C4
Directorate, US Joint Chiefs of Staff Art Pyster, Deputy CIO, FAA Ed
Reed, Security Czar, Novell Dr. Ron Ross, PM, FISMA Implementation
Project, NIST Carlos Solari, CIO, Executive Office of the President Stan
Soloway, President, Professional Services Council Mark Spangler,
Information Assurance PM, OCIO, National Reconnaissance Office Howard
Schmidt, Former Chair President's Critical Infrastructure Protection
Board, CSO E-Bay Dr. William Vass, VP IT Operations, Sun Microsystems
John Watters, CEO, iDefense John Weiler, CTO and Founder, ICHnet.org Bob
West, CISO, Homeland Security Dan Wolf, Director of Information
Assurance, National Security Agency Amit Yoran, Director National
Cyber-Security, Dept of Homeland Security 
	and many more...
"We see the conference as a catalyst promoting the sharing of 'lessons
learned' achieving future cost savings and efficiencies within the
federal IT community," Lee Holcomb, former chair of the Federal CIO
Council, Architecture and Infrastructure Committee regarding the 2002
CxO Summit.

For more information on participation options (speaking, white papers,
sponsorship, demonstration) please contact : Monica Dodd, Conference
Manager 703 768 0400 monica@SecurE-Biz.net  or visit www.SecurE-Biz.net 

"Recognizing the dual impact of increased threats against our
information infrastructure and tough economic times, SecurE-Biz provides
an unmatched opportunity for IT executives to leverage significant
government investments and lessons learned in protecting our critical
information infrastructure " states John Weiler, SecurE-Biz Co-Chair &
CTO of ICHnet.org Architecture Resource Center.


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