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IAEM 2020

The goal of the 2020 IAEM 68th Annual Conference & EMEX was to improve Emergency Management professional’s knowledge, competency level and collaborative skills. IAEM is able to accomplish this by attracting relevant high-profile speakers to address current topics and practical solutions. In addition to this annual event, EMEX, IAEM’s Emergency Management & Homeland Security Expo, drew a myriad of exhibitors who are the top suppliers to the fields of disaster preparedness and homeland security. 

OASIS Open Emergency Management Technical Committee on the showfloor

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FIRST Conference 2020

The annual FIRST conference attracts over 1,000 participants from more than 80 countries around the globe. The conference promotes worldwide coordination and cooperation among computer security and incident response teams (CSIRTs). The conference provides a forum for sharing goals, ideas, and information on how to improve computer security on a global scale. The online event included: Incident response, management, and technical tracks, featured invited guests and keynote presentations, and vendor exhibits.

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Baseline Protocol Event

Baseline Protocol Summit 2020

Held over two-days, this multi-session technical working conference was developed to bring together the community in order to further the technical implementation of the Baseline Protocol, while providing those new to the community with an update on the latest developments. Sessions were identified and selected by the Baseline Technical Steering Committee with an eye toward tackling many of the most urgent technical challenges faced by the team. The Baseline Protocol is an Open Project at OASIS Open.

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OASIS Virtual Event

Open Matters: Open Source & Standards — Delivering the Best Security Performance Results

Guy Martin was joined by Richard Morrell, a BlackHat and Senior Security Analyst-Security Editor for this Open Matters discussion. Richard shared his views on the biggest challenges the open source community faces with cybersecurity standards. He highlighted which current open source projects are doing the best job with security, as well as provided his recommendations on what needs to happen within consortiums to move cybersecurity forward in an effective way.

Link here for more information on the series.

Listen and/or view discussion:

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√ Spotify

Interop Demo, Plug Fest, Hackathon

Cybersecurity Automation Mashup

The Cybersecurity Automation Mashup was a virtual OpenC2 SBOM PoC/Plugfest/Hackathon. The event combined a plugfest with a hackathon with a proof-of-concept. It was also a mashup of the efforts from OpenC2, SBOM, IACD, SCAPv2, OCA, CACAO, … combining all these concepts to demonstrate use cases showing the value of automated defense.

More information on the Cybersecurity Automation Mashup event may be found online.

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Open Source Summit + Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2020

Due to continuing COVID-19 safety concerns, the Open Source Summit + Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2020 event transitioned to a virtual experience.  The event took thoughtful actions to create an immersive digital experience that provides attendees with interactive content and collaboration experiences. Attendees had the ability to network with each other, attend presentations with live Q&A, interact with sponsors real-time, and much more.

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All Things Open 2020

All Things Open event format changed this year. Along with the decision to transition to virtual comes a resulting change in format. Consuming content in front of a screen is different than walking around / in-person consumption, so the organizers felt it was vital to change the way in which content was to be delivered.

OASIS Open Executive Director, Guy Martin, spoke during the Inclusion & Diversity in Open Source event and Building Diverse Teams & Projects. The OASIS Open organization was also recognized by Amazon at the event.

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Best Practices for eTMF Standards and Interoperability

Zack Schmidt, CEO, SureClinical was joined by Chet Ensign, OASIS Chief Technical Community Steward in a live webinar on Wednesday, 14 October 2020.

Digital transformation is well underway in clinical trial management as most Sponsors and CROs are moving towards electronic Trial Master Files (eTMF) and other digital solutions to manage their trials. But, there is a learning curve to understand and ensure interoperability, eTMF data sharing and standards.  This webinar explored flexible standards-based approaches to consistently and seamlessly share your eTMF data with partners, vendors, Sponsors and CRO’s.

What you will learn

  • Why standards are important to enable eTMF interoperability
  • How standards makes it possible to consistently and seamlessly share your data with partners, vendors, Sponsors and CRO’s
  • Difference between standards and models
  • TMF structures and agency requirements
  • How an electronic filing structure differs from a paper filing plan
  • Introduction to eTMF content tagging using standards-based terms based on standards body definitions by NCI, FDA, HL7 and CDISC and others.
OASIS Virtual Event

Open Matters: Baseline V0.1–Showcases That Blockchain Can Serve as a Valuable Way of Keeping Systems of Record in Sync

Co-Founder of the Baseline Protocol and seasoned enterprise executive, John Wolpert, joined Guy Martin for this next Open Matters discussion. Launched in March of this year, the Baseline Protocol uses advances in peer-to-peer messaging, zero-knowledge cryptography and blockchain technology to coordinate complex, confidential workflows between enterprises without moving company data out of traditional systems of record. Today, over 600 companies and individuals are actively participating in this initiative.

Link here for more information on the series.

Listen and/or view discussion:

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√ Google Podcasts
√ Spotify

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Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Implementation Workshop

The 2020 Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Implementation Workshop is a technical meeting intended for information sharing among experts. Everyone interested in emergency alerting is welcome: managers, technical staff, media, etc., including those in government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and commercial organizations. The host and co-sponsor of this Workshop is the ITU. Other co-sponsors of the Workshop are: the IAEM, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), OASIS,, and the WMO.

Program included welcome message from OASIS Executive Director, Guy Martin, and an Emergency Management technical committee (EM TC) presentation from EM TC Chair, Elysa Jones. Participants are registered, from 70 countries, 20 international org’s, and 18 commercial companies.

CAP Workshop Wrap-up & Presentations

OASIS Virtual Event

New Project Joins Budding Open Cybersecurity Ecosystem — NIST SCAP v2

Over the last year, the Open Cybersecurity Alliance (OCA) has been working to develop open source content, code, tooling, practices, and patterns that will improve the interoperability of cybersecurity solutions and help solve security complexity and redundancy for clients. During this webinar your hear an update on how OCA is progressing on product interoperability. In addition, OCA just accepted a third project from NIST. This project, the SCAP (Security Content Automation Protocol) Data Collection Prototype, was highlighted as it joins current projects STIXShifter and OpenDXL Ontology.

This is an opportunity for you to learn how OCA plans to bring interoperability across these projects and associated products. With a draft architecture defined, now is the time to learn how you can join in and help the Alliance evolve our architecture and projects.

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International Cryptographic Module Conference

ICMC is one of the leading annual event for global expertise in commercial cryptography. At ICMC20 over 400 industry leaders from 27 countries came together to address the unique challenges faced by those who develop, produce, test, specify, and use cryptographic modules, with a strong focus on standards such as FIPS 140-3, ISO/IEC 19790, eEIDAS, and Common Criteria. The conference helps to foster a focused, organized community of users. ICMC reviews technical issues underlying cryptographic implementation including physical security, key management, side-channel analysis, open-source development, algorithm testing, quantum threats, embedded applications, standardization, validation programs, government policy, professional ethics, and more.

The event featured a keynote address from our Open Cybersecurity Alliance Chair and presentations from our PKCS11 and KMIP Technical Committee Chairs.

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