All presentations will take place in the Bourne Lecture Theatre 1, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX. Directions and a campus map are available at the college web site (www.rhul.ac.uk/visitors-guide/).
9:30: Registration (refreshments provided)
10:00: Welcome, Professor Fred Piper (Director, ISG) and Dr Walter Tuttlebee (Chief Executive, Mobile VCE)
Part 1: Trusted computing/trustworthy computing – background and technology
10:10: An introduction to trusted computing, Chris Mitchell
10:30: TCPA and TCG, Eimear Gallery
11:40: Microsoft Palladium and NGSCB, Eimear Gallery
12:30: Buffet lunch
Part 2: Applications of trusted computing
13:30: Using trusted computing to support single sign-on, Andreas Pashalidis
14:10: Secure content management using trusted computing, Allan Tomlinson
15:10: Protecting user privacy using trusted computing, Anand Gajparia
15:50: Distributing PKI functionality using trusted computing, Alex Dent
16:30: Closing remarks
Participation in this workshop is free. However, prior registration is essential as spaces are limited. If you wish to attend please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org giving your name, your affiliation, and your email address – you will receive a response confirming your place at the workshop and giving final details of the programme. A list of participants will be circulated on the day – if you do not wish your affiliation or email address to be given please indicate this in your email.