Brian Tokuyoshi - Senior Product Marketing Manager
I recently attended the 2010 IEEE Key Management Summit, an event that brought together the leading industry pundits talking about the topic of key management. I had a number of interesting discussions with vendors, researchers and customers throughout the conference. In this blog, I’ll summarize some of the things that I saw and offer up a couple of opinions of my own.
The IEEE Key Management Summit was held the first week of May at North Shore Lake Tahoe, Nevada. This event attracts a technical audience, with heavy participation from the leadership of the standards group such as OASIS KMIP, IEEE 1619.3, and IETF KeyProv.
This is the second such conference, the first of which was held in back in 2008. That inaugural event had a number of healthy and loud discussions, where there were clearly differences in philosophies between the...