Attendees to Learn Protocols for Secure Collaboration
The session will outline how the TSCP's specifications for secure collaboration and federated identity management create new levels of information sharing throughout the supply chain while protecting sensitive intellectual property. Attendees will learn how multi-national A&D companies and government agencies are using real solutions to securely collaborate across borders and with trusted partners -- who may also be competitors.
WHO: Keith Ward, TSCP outreach director and director of identity management at Northrop Grumman WHAT: "Supply Chain Panel Discussion: TSCP and Information Sharing in a Global A&D Supply Chain" WHEN: Monday, September 22, 2008, 8:45 am ET WHERE: Future Aerospace Congress 2008, Don Cesar Seaside Resort, Tampa, Fla.
The TSCP is a unique industry partnership, bringing government agencies, A&D companies and technology providers together to define and test robust specifications that allow organizations to collaborate globally and solve the most critical supply chain security challenges. Members include the U.S. Department of Defense, U.K. Ministry of Defence, Netherlands Ministry of Defence, BAE Systems, Boeing, EADS, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon and Rolls-Royce.
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TSCP is the only government-industry partnership specifically focused on designing solutions to address the most critical issues facing the A&D industry: mitigating the compliance, complexity, cost and IT security risks inherent in large-scale, multi-national collaborative programs. The TSCP was founded in 2002, and has delivered several specifications and guidance documents on securing A&D supply chain data. The group today focuses on identity federation policies and governance. The TSCP is open to government organizations, prime contractors, integrators, suppliers and member trade groups. For more information, please visit http://www.tscp.org.