European Commission supports ICX conference


Subject: European Commission supports ICX conference
From: Sue Gibbard (sue_gibbard@CompuServe.COM)
Date: ma 26 huhti  1999 - 15:09:15 EEST


International Commerce Exchange -
Building Trust & Confidence in Secure Electronic Commerce

3rd Annual Conference
Clontarf Castle Hotel, Dublin, Ireland
May 24-25-26, 1999

Sponsored by:

* The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Ireland

* Baltimore

* Entrust Technologies

* e-BizToday.com

* SSE - A Siemens Company

* The UK Post Office/Royal Mail

* Shell

* Netscape

* Inter Clear Service Ltd

* Entegrity Solutions Corp.

* ICL

* ISOCOR

* The European Commission

Media sponsors:

* Computer Weekly

* DG Media Group

Monday May 24:
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"What Governments and major Industry organisations are doing to really
Build Trust and Confidence in Electronic Commerce"

0900 - Welcome and Open address: Nick Mansfield, Chairman ICX (Deputy Chair
Open Group Security Programme and Principal Consultant, Shell Services
International, The Hague, The Netherlands).

Chairman: George Hall, Director of Corporate Affairs, ICL.

0915 - SECCOM: how the Secure Electronic Commerce model will work for
Europe's businesses.

0945 - Keynote speech: Ms Mary Harney TD, An Tanaiste - Deputy Prime
Minister of Ireland, and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment.

1015 - How Governments Regulate for Secure Electronic Trade.
Norman Raeburn, Deputy Secretary, Department of Attorney's General*.

1045 - The UK Government Initiative on Electronic Commerce.
Michael Wills*, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, the Department of
Trade and Industry and Stephen Pride*, Head of the E-commerce Legislative
Bill Team; and Nigel Hickson*, DTI, UK.

11.30 - Break

1200 - The OECD Guidelines and Experience. Senior OECD representative.

1230 - The Canadian Government's E-commerce Strategy Group. Jim Ladouceur,
Canada; and Stephanie Perrin* - Privacy Issues and Legislation Development
in Canada.

1300 - Lunch

1430 - International Chambers of Commerce Working Group on E-commerce.
Senior ICC representative.

1430 - A response to the UK's "Modernising Government" White Paper and User
Experiences of Public Information Technology. Anita Gracie, Consultant -
ICL Government.

1515 - Panel revision of day's proceedings.

Chair: Christopher Millard, Partner, Clifford Chance, UK.

1600 - Break

1630-1800 - Workshops:

1. European Digital Signatures (EESSI)
Anne Lehouck, DGIII, The European Commission
Claude Boulle, The High Level Strategy Group (HLSG) and Bull, France
Hubertus Soquat, German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

2. European Directive on Data Privacy
Chair: Christopher Millard, Partner, Clifford Chance, UK
Vice Chair: Chris White, Shell, NL.

3. Case Study: The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Ireland

4. Integrating E-commerce processes. Rob Tribble, Netscape.

5. SECCOM: how the Secure Electronic Commerce model will work for Europe's
businesses.

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Hospitality: An evening of Irish Song, Music and Dance.
Sponsored by e-BizToday.com
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Tuesday May 25:
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"What Industry is doing to make the electronic market place a safe place to
trade"

0900 - Welcome and opening remarks: Pat O'Reilly, Chief Executive,
e-BizToday.com

Chairman: Brad Ross, Entrust Technologies

0910 - Securing e-Commerce and the Enterprise -
Digital certificate based trust. Fran Rooney, Chief Operating Officer,
Baltimore.

0940 - Mike Brady, Chief Technical Officer, SSE - A Siemens Company

1010 - The Italian Experience of Implementing Secure E-commerce. Paolo
Rossini (General Manager, Telsy, Italy).

1040 - Enabling e-business with a PKI.
Dick Saunders (Entrust Technologies) and Yves Le Roux (CPE)

1140 - Break

1200 - Launch of the ICX XML work group and what ICX will be doing with
other eCommerce XML standards organisations. Stephen McGibbon, Senior
Technical Architect, Lotus.

1230 - Christian Buysschaert, GlobalSign (Belgium)

1300 - Lunch

1400 - There's no such thing as PKI out of the Box. Andy Clark, Operations
Director, Entegrity UK Ltd.

1445 - Rob Tribble, Netscape

1500 - Peter Taylor, Managing Director, Viacode, The Royal Mail

1530 - Panel revision of day's proceedings
Chair: Brad Ross, Entrust Technologies

1600 - Break

1630-1800 - Workshops:

1. Legal issues:
Chair: Stewart Baker (Steptoe & Johnson, US)
Vice Chair: Jean-Marc Dinant (ECLIP, Belgium)

2. Case Study: Business-to-Business - e-BizToday.com

3. Making the Business Case for Secure Electronic Commerce - Jeremy Hilton,
JH Consulting.

4. The European Financial Community and Blockers to E-commerce - Dean
Adams, Trustis

5. SECCOM: how the Secure Electronic Commerce model will work for Europe's
businesses.

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Evening: To Be Confirmed
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Wednesday May 26:
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"Getting Personal: Individuals facing the hard issues - trust and
confidence on a personal level"

0930 - Welcome and opening remarks

Chairman: Henry Beker, Chairman and Chief Executive, Baltimore

0945 - Harmonisation of the European Data Protection Laws

1130 - Break

1200 - 1220 - Europe's Law Enforcement Agencies - their contribution to
Trust and Confidence in the Information Society.
Dr. Per Kaijser Siemens AG, Corporate Function Technical Regulations and
Standardization Manager, IT-Security

1220 - 1300 - Technology Convergence issues - Dean Adams, Trustis

1300 - Lunch

1430 - The European Commission's E-commerce Cluster Initiative: Andrea
Servida (DGXIII) and Cluster Chairman.

* Trust and Confidence - Marc Wilikens*, Joint Research Centre, Italy

* Payment Mechanisms

1530 - Panel revision of day's proceedings

1600 - Break

1630 - 1830 - Workshops:

1. Privacy issues:
Stephanie Perrin*, The Canadian Government.
Claudio Manganelli, Commissioner of the Italian Data Protection Authority.
Caspar Bowden, Director, Foundation for Information Policy Research

2. The Fifth Framework - Support Actions
Chair: Robbert Fisher, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Luxembourg.
Vice Chair: Ian Culpin, Martech International and KITE Project, Belgium.

3. Results from the TRUST-EC Luxembourg workshop - part of the on-going
E-Commerce Cluster on Trust and Confidence issues.
Sara Jones, European Commission Joint Research Centre Institute for
Systems, Informatics and Safety Reliable Information Technologies
Dependable Software Applications , Italy.

4. SECCOM: how the Secure Electronic Commerce model will work for Europe's
businesses.

5. Security/directory and Meta directory - providing trusted E-commerce.
Chair: Clive Betteridge - The Open Group
Co-chair: ISOCOR

* denotes speaker not finally confirmed at 21 April 1999.

** There will be further additions to the speaker and workshop programme in
the next week. For daily programme updates, please contact info@icx.org

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DELEGATE REGISTRATION FORM:
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ICX THIRD ANNUAL CONFERENCE
May 24-25-26 1999

TO REGISTER, PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM AND RETURN TO:
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FAX: +44 1428 725 499
E-MAIL: 100066.2140@compuserve.com
BY POST: ICX Co-ordinator Office, 81 Chiltley Way, Liphook, Hampshire GU30
7HE, UK.

PLEASE USE ONE FORM PER REGISTRATION.
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Last Name:

First Name:

Job Title:

Organisation:

Address:

Post Code:

Tel:

Fax:

E-mail:

ATTENDANCE FEES
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The Daily Delegate Rate includes coffee breaks and buffet lunch.

PLEASE INDICATE ON WHICH DAYS YOU WISH TO ATTEND
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Any One Day: GBP 185 - 300 euros
( ) 24 May
( ) 25 May
( ) 26 May

Any Two Days: GBP 350 - 540 euros
( ) 24/25 May
( ) 24/26 May
( ) 25/26 May

All Three Days: GBP 500 - 760 euros
( ) 24, 25 & 26 May

Please indicate whether you wish to pay in GBP ( ) or euros ( )

(All Prices are per Delegate and are exclusive of VAT)

METHOD OF PAYMENT:
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All payments are required before or on the first day of attendance,
otherwise entry cannot be guaranteed.

1.( ) Cheque. (Payable to DG Media Ltd).
Please return the registration form with your cheque and post to:
ICX Co-ordinator office
81 Chiltley Way
Liphook
Hampshire
GU30 7HE
UK

2. Charge to my:
( ) Visa Card
( ) Master Card

Card No:

Start Date:

Expiry Date:

Issuing Bank:

Card Holder's Name:

Billing Address:

3.( ) Please Invoice Me/my Organisation

Invoice Address:

Purchase Order No:

4. ( ) Electronic Funds Transfer (euros only) Quoting
Reference: ICX

Account Name: DG Media Ltd
Bank Account No: 86019181
Bank: Lloyds Bank Plc, 12 High Street,
Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 2JG, UK
Bank Sort Code: 30 - 93 - 94
SWIFT/Bank Identifier Code: LOYDGB2L
VAT Registration No: 704 6258 45

SUBSTITUTIONS:
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Substitutions may be made at anytime.

CANCELLATION POLICY:
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Provided that DG Media Ltd receives notification in writing (by letter, fax
or e-mail) Confirmed Registrations may be cancelled up to 14 days before
the Conference subject to a GBP 25 administration fee.
Cancellations of less than 14 days will be liable for the full Registration
Fee.

HOTEL RESERVATIONS AND TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS:
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Delegates are responsible for organising their own accommodation and travel
arrangements.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

CLONTARF CASTLE HOTEL:
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Located at: Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3, Ireland
(approximately 5 miles from Dublin Airport and 2 miles from the City
Centre)
Tel: +353 1 833 2321 Fax: +353 1 833 0418
e-mail: info@clontarfcastle.ie
http://www.clontarfcastle.ie

Accommodation:
Deluxe en suite bedrooms reserved until the end of April so early booking
recommended.
Special accommodation rates have been negotiated - please quote ICX.
Single Room per night inclusive of breakfast:
Irish Pounds 95.00
Double Room per night inclusive of breakfast:
Irish Pounds 101.00

ALTERNATIVE HOTEL VENUES IN CLONTARF:
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Hollybrook Hotel, Hollybrook Park, Clontarf, Dublin 3, Ireland
Tel: +353 1 833 5456 Fax: +353 1 833 5458
Single Room per night inclusive of breakfast:
Irish Pounds 45.00
Double Room per night inclusive of breakfast:
Irish Pounds 65.00

The Clontarf Court Hotel, 225 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3, Ireland
Tel: +353 1 833 2680 Fax: +353 1 853 2262
Per person, per night:
Irish Pounds 35.00

GUEST HOUSES
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Please email 100066.2140@compuserve.com for a list of Guest Houses in
Clontarf which offer comfortable accommodation at very reasonable rates
(approximately Irish Pounds 20 per person including breakfast).

The Irish Tourist Board may be contacted for additional hotel and other
local information
Tel: +353 1 602 4000 Fax: +353 1 602 4336



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