Day Two - Tuesday, 7th June, 2011 - Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce
9:00-12:30 Workshop on the New Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)
The IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority- www.iana.org ) has allocated the last IP address blocks from the global IPv4 central address pool, ending all debates over when this would happen. Several months remain before Regional Registries consume all their remaining regional IPv4 address pools, with recent trends suggesting that Asia, Europe, and North America will exhaust in that order within a month or two on either side of July 1, 2011.
The challenges that lie ahead are signiﬁcant and raise a number of critical questions. For example is the entire Internet community aware of this? Are they getting ready for it? Should the users be involved? What stakes are involved? Is Asia ahead of Europe and the US? What needs to be done? What is the easiest way? Who is doing what? Why is the US not taking leadership? What ROI does industry need to justify the migration?
With a seemingly endless list of questions and answers only leading to more questions, the opinions and proposed solutions are often diverse and complex. In order to address the multiple challenges that lie ahead, the panel has invited leading experts on IPv6 to share with us what they perceive as best practice, the way forward and opinions on what is the ﬁrst major upgrade of the Internet.
Workshop Moderator: Latif Ladid, President IPv6 Forum
9:00 - 9:30 Deployment of IPv6 in Luxembourg - Jean-Marie Spaus, CTO EPT and Vice Chair of Lux v6 Council
9:30 - 10:00 The IPv6 Benefits in the Smart GRID World - Patrick Grossetete, IPv6 Forum Pioneer & Fellow, Cisco
10:00 - 10:30 IPv6 in the Mobile Wireless World - Fredrik Garneij, IPv6 3G-LTE Expert at Ericsson
Coffee break: 10:30 – 11:00
11:00 - 11:30 IPv6 Deployment best Practices - Gunter van de Velde, President Belgium IPv6 Council, Cisco
11:30 - 12:00 IPv6 in the Safety World - LtCol Carlo Simon, Head of the government communication center of Luxembourg. (Centre de communications du Gouvernement (CCG), Chair Conatel, Co-founder of the Luxembourg IPv6 Council
12:00 - 12:30 IPv6 Security & Privacy - Wolfgang Fritche, Head of IABG’s Internet Competence Center
9:00 - 12:30 Workshop on Digital Government 2020 (e-Government services)
For a number of years the provision of online services by government entities has been debated with particular aspects being emphasized such as business processes, e-democracy, the role of ICT as an enabler and governance etc. Today as a result of the many initiatives taking place worldwide and in particular as a result of actions initiated by the European Commission and some Member States, an important aspect of e-government has been brought to the limelight. That is the extent to which the Internet, as an enabling technology can assist in promoting the quality, accessibility, credibility and usefulness of on-line services offered by public authorities.
The ceFIMS (Coordination of the European Future Internet for Member States) project is entrusted with the task to design an EU-wide Roadmap for the 27 member States in the ceFIMS working groups with focus on following enablers:
- Cloud Computing
- Trust and Security
- Real-world Internet (Internet-of-Things, SmatGrids,..)
- Infrastructure of the Future Internet (Broadband Access)
- Digital Government (EU-wide e-ID, e-Voting, Safety, EU-citizens mobility,..)
The Future Internet Forum for Member States stakeholders will participate in this forum session. The chairs of the ceFIMS WGs and experts speakers will be invited to address above listed technology enablers and their challenges and issues.
Workshop Moderator: Brian Foley, ceFIMS Project Manager, TSSG
- 9:00 - 9:10 Introduction - Brian Foley, ceFIMS Project Manager, TSSG
- 09:10 - 09:40 The German Digital Identity; A Success Story to take EU-wide - Christian Welzel, Project Manager in the field of Secure eIdentity
- 09:40 - 10:10 Cloud Computing in the Government sector - Linda D. Strick , Frauenhofer FOKUS, Germany
- 10:10 - 10:40 ENISA - Securing Europe through collaboration - Steve Purser, Head of Technical Department, ENISA - European Network and Information Security Agency
Coffee break: 10:40 - 11:00
- 11:00 - 11:30 Mobile Government services and innovation for the future DigiGov - Vassilios Kaldanis, Senior Project Manager
- 11:30 - 12:00 Luxembourg e-Government and Future research work - Pierre Schilling, Centre des technologies de l’information de l’État