W3C TPAC Security Breakout session - findings and material

Hi all,

During the TPAC week, there was a breakout session organized by Wendy S and myself, related to W3C security roadmap. Here are the minutes [1] of this TPAC Security TPAC session, together with a slideware containing the ideas shared by the 50 participants [2].

Note that findings of this breakout session are that there are 3 domains on which W3C could progress on :

-          Technology improvement : Thinking of protecting clients side, managing certificate, protecting sessions, peer to peer trusted connection

-          Community : Building standard with more experts/researchers, sharing more UA vendor's knowledge, other SDOs

-          Education : Educate users, educate the W3C community

It was also expressed that the new environments hosting the open web platform, such as mobile, electric grid, plane, cars would raise new security/privacy challenges, together with the domains of financial services, social business and identity.

It was also the right moment to invite any representative interested in security to actually contribute and join the discussions either on the Web Security Interest Group [3] !

Virginie Galindo
Chair of the Web Crypto WG
Co-chair of the Web Security IG

[1] minutes of the TPAC Security breakout session http://www.w3.org/2013/11/13-security-minutes.html
[2] take away from the TPAC Security breakout session http://www.w3.org/wiki/images/e/e8/Security_Breakout_session_tpac2013.pdf
[3] Web Security IG wiki http://www.w3.org/Security/wiki/IG


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