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Update from Andrea Doherty on IETF KeyProv
Name Space proposal for inclusion into next version of P1619.3 draft standard. Comments and feedback should be provided to the reflector.
This is the presentation given at the 2007 Security in Storage Workshop. I'm hoping that we can make this a living presentation that is updated after major architectural aspects start to solidify.
IETF KeyProv status as of Nov 5, 2007
This is the Architecture subcommittee notes, as presented and modified as the face-to-face meeting
Update for the Objects and Operations subgroup, discussing proposed objects and key states
This document covers the proposed key states. It incorporates both NIST 800-57 and ISO 11770 state models.
Notes from the Monday, Jan 7th, 2008 ARCH meeting, as modified during the meeting.
This was presented by Landon Noll at the Santa Ana face-to-face
This is the ARCH subcommittee's proposal, with edits made during the Santa Ana meeting
Messaging and Transport presentation by Subhash with edits made during the Santa Ana meeting
Project management status presentation made by Walt Hubis during the Santa Ana meeting
Draft Minutes for a P1619.3 2008-03-10 Raleigh/Durham face as taken by Bob Nixon
The ARCH proposal as presented and marked-up at the March 2008 face-to-face meeting
The Objects and Operations proposal, as presented by Subhash at the March 2008 face-to-face meeting
File attached is the current disposition of comments made against P1619.3 Draft 2 document. Where noted they have been included in Draft 3. Others will require group discussion or additional input from the appropriate parties. Please provide feedback to Bob Lockhart and/or Matt Ball.
Draft Minutes from the May 5, 2008 P1619.3 face-to-face meeting in San Jose. Submitted by Bob Nixon of Emulex.
KM Proposal from Jon Hass of Dell
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