I don't often mention my speaking agenda, but next week I'll be giving the opening keynote at a conference in Paris that looks like a great opportunity to exchange information. It is hosted by EEMA (which has morphed into the European Association for eIdentity and Security) and ENISA (the European Network and Information Security Agency). If you've been sitting on the fence, it looks like the conference has really come together. Here's the program.
One track is called “managing identity” (in the largest sense) with presentations about architecture and application development approaches by Siemens, SEALED and SAP. It includes roundtables on interoperability, security-identity interfacing and SOA.
The other track is on “social networking” with presentations on Netlog and Facebook, and a fascinating series of roundtables on a nice taxonomy of reputation issues.
And that's just day one! Day two is huge.