Increasingly, the critical systems of the planet — telecommunications, banking, energy and others — depend on and benefit from the intelligence and interconnectedness enabled by existing and emerging technologies. Whether these systems are trusted by the societies they serve depends in part on whether the technologies incorporated into them are fit for the purpose they are intended to serve.
Jim Hietala, VP of security at The Open Group, provides a summary of The Open Group conference in Washington, D.C. (July 16-18).
An Open Group podcast examining the advancement of The Open Group Trusted Technology Forum (OTTF) to gain an update on the effort’s achievements, and to learn more about how technology suppliers and buyers can expect to benefit in advance of The Open Group conference in Washington, D.C.
VP of Security Jim Hietala previews the upcoming cybersecurity sessions at The Open Group Conference in Washington, D.C.
Joshua Brickman from CA Technologies gives context to a recent testimony by The Open Group’s Dave Lounsbury in front of the House of Representatives Sub-Committee on Energy and Commerce. With security concerns around the global supply chain on the rise, Brickman details the Open Trusted Technology Forum (OTTF) with respect to building a conformance criteria to give a level of “surety.” He also highlights the sessions to follow at the upcoming Open Group Cannes Conference.
Recap of The Open Group Trusted Technology Forum to the House Energy and Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee on March 27, 2012.