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Trusted Infrastructure Technologies

Speakers' Biographies

Martin Sadler, HP Labs

James Fazey, CESG

James graduated from the University of Portsmouth in 1996 with a Masters Degree in Electronics and Electrical Engineering. He joined Ericsson Mobile & Multimedia Communications as a technical project engineer and was responsible for delivery of core network components and applications including email and SMS to UK GSM operators.

In 2001 James joined Aepona Ltd to work as a technical project manager and consultant on security solutions for Mobile e-commerce and the use of Digital Signatures using Java enabled SIM cards.

James joined CESG, the UK’s National Technical Authority for Information Assurance, in 2002 and was responsible for the delivery and support of the UK’s secure GSM products and the development of a strategy for secure mobility. In February 2006 James moved into CESG’s R&D community to take the technical lead of the Trusted Computing research team.

Marion Atts, BSI

Marion Atts graduated from the University of Wuppertal, Germany in 1999 in Electrical Engineering. She received her diploma in the field of Modelling the Movements of Robots. After that she worked as a software developer for KETEK Engineering in Ratingen, Germany. KETEK Engineering is a specialist for Energy and Plant Management. In 2002 she changed her working environment to the Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik (BSI). In the BSI she works as a technical officer in the section for operating systems security with the focus on Trusted Computing technologies. In 2005/2006 she gave lessons about Operating System Security at the technical college of Bonn/Rheinsieg.

Johann Schoetz, Infineon

David Grawrock, Intel

David Grawrock is a Principal Engineer and Security Architect for the Initiatives, Technology Pathfinding and Planning group. His role is the End to End security architect for the Digital Enterprise Group. David continues as the LaGrande Technology lead security architect. Outside of Intel, David is the Chair of the Trusted Computing Group TPM workgroup and Intel’s representative to the TCG Technical Committee. David has worked in the computer industry for 28 years holding positions with Central Point Software, Symantec, and Lotus. David is the holder of 10 patents with many more pending. David does have a life outside of Intel; he is a proud father and husband, dedicated soccer coach, fly fisherman, and long suffering family genealogist (if anyone knows the parents to a Thomas Cockburn born 1842 in Northumberland please get in contact with the author).

Dr. Ulrich Sandl, German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

Dr. Ulrich Sandl, lawyer, has been working with the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology since October 1989. In May 1995 Dr. Sandl started to look into principal questions of the information technologies there and in September 1998 he was appointed head of the department "Social Impacts of Information Technology, IT-Security"("Dialog mit gesellschaftlichen Gruppen, IT-Sicherheit"). In October 2005 Dr. Sandl got the mandate to build up a new department in the ministry, responsible for "Standardisation and Copyright Protection in the ICT".

Since September 2002 Dr. Sandl has been dealing with the activities of the "Trusted Computing Group" (at that time "Trusted Computing Alliance") from a higher-level security and economic policy perspective.

Dr. Steve Marsh, Director, Central Sponsor for Information Assurance

Steve is Director of the Central Sponsor for Information Assurance unit in the Cabinet Office. Formed in October 2002, the unit’s mission is to provide assurance to government that the risks to the UK national information infrastructure are appropriately managed.

Prior to this, Steve was Director of Security Policy in the Office of the e-Envoy, responsible for establishing a common framework for the security of electronic government systems. This included the ways by which individuals and business users authenticate themselves when using electronic government services.

In April 2000 Steve joined the Central IT Unit in the Cabinet Office, which merged with the Office of the e-Envoy later that year. He has over 18 years experience in security and IT within the public sector.

Graeme Proudler, HP Labs

Graeme Proudler is a researcher at Hewlett Packard Laboratories and the Chair of the Trusted Computing Group’s Technical Committee. He was the technical lead of the HP-Labs’ research group that contributed to Trusted Computing Platform Alliance specifications, a founder member of the TCPA Technical Committee, and original editor of the TCPA main specification.

Graeme read Physics at Wadham College, Oxford. After graduation, he designed communication-security equipment. Since joining HP Laboratories, he has worked on information security, networking and mobile communications. His current interests are trust and information security in computer platforms and networks.

Hubert Braunwarth, Infineon Technologies AG

Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Ruhr-University Bochum

Rolf Neugebauer, Intel Research

Chris Dalton, HP Labs

Ken Ray, Microsoft

Josef von Helden, University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hannover

Josef von Helden, University of Applied Sciences and Arts (FHH) studied computer science at RWTH Aachen; 1990-1995 scientific/teaching assistant at the Chair of Operating Systems at RWTH Aachen, Ph.D. 1995; until 1999 Security Consultant at debis IT Security Services as a specialist for the design of security systems, in particular key management systems, secure configuration of operating systems, risk analysis and security audits; since February 1999 professor for Networks, IT Security and Operating Systems at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts (FHH), Hannover, Department of Computer Science; 2002 - 2005 Dean of the Department of Computer Science at FHH.