Rules of Procedure
Current TC List
OASIS PKI Member Section Steering Committee
The OASIS PKI Member Section is guided by an elected Steering Committee.
Dr. Peter Alterman (email@example.com) is Chair of the Federal PKI Policy Authority and Assistant Chief Information Officer for Electronic
Authentication at the National Institutes of Health. In 2001, he was Acting
Director of the Federal Bridge Certification Authority and he served as
Senior Advisor to the Chair of the Federal PKI Steering Committee until
2003. Dr. Alterman has been actively involved in Internet technology since
serving on the Federal Research Internet Coordinating Committee in 1989.
In 1997, he received the NIH Director's Award for "providing innovative
leadership to NIH Executives and Managers by identifying and addressing
critical issues in managing the information technologies of NIH." In 2002,
he received the E-Gov Pioneer Award and the Potomac Forum Leadership Best
Practice Award for the NIH-Educause PKI Interoperability Project. In 2003
he received Special Recognition Awards from the Federal Bridge Certification
Authority and the Federal PKI Steering Committee. In 2005 he received a
special recognition award from the E-Authentication Partnership for his work
on Levels of Assurance determination.
Dr. Alterman serves on numerous government and industry electronic identity
management committees and workgroups. He received his Ph.D. in 1974 from
the University of Denver.
June Leung (June.Leung@FundServ.com) Chairs the OASIS
PKI Member Section Steering Committee and is the Senior Manager, Security & Business Recovery, for FundSERV Inc. Based in Toronto, FundSERV provides network and application services and is the central certificate authority for the Canadian investment fund industry. Ms. Leung began her career at FundSERV in 1999 as a bilingual technical support associate. A year later she became the company's first PKI Security Administrator and went on to hold various positions in the department. Leading a team of seven, Ms. Leung now provides services for some 16,000 certificate holders across 300 firms. She also participates in company's Operations Steering Committee, which manages FundSERV's day-to-day activities. Since May 2000, Ms. Leung has been an active member of Toronto Entrust User Group and OASIS PKI Technical Committee. In 2003, she co-authored the white paper, "PKI Deployment -- Business Issues."
Sabo (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the
CISSP Director, Security and Privacy Initiatives for Computer Associates,
providing leadership in the use of CA technologies in trusted
infrastructures. John is an appointed member of the Department of Homeland
Security’s Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee. In June 2005 he
also completed seven years of service as a member of the Information
Security and Privacy Advisory Board (ISPAB), a federal advisory committee
managed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Mr. Sabo represents CA in a number of industry organizations. He is
President of the International Security, Trust, and Privacy Alliance
(ISTPA); board member and President of the Information
Technology-Information Sharing and Analysis Center (IT-ISAC); member of the
Homeland Security Policy Task Force and Privacy Subcommittee, U.S. Chamber
of Commerce; member of the OASIS PKI Member Section Steering Committee; and
co-Chair of the OASIS PKI Technical Committee. For 2006, he is serving as
Chair of the ISAC Council, an organization of major ISACs in the United
Prior to his work in the private sector, Mr. Sabo was Director of the Social
Security Administration’s Electronic Services Staff and recognized as a
leader in the development of e-government services. In that capacity, he
issues. Mr. Sabo holds degrees from King’s College (Pennsylvania) and the
University of Notre Dame, and is a Certified Information Systems Security
Professional (CISSP). He speaks regularly at national and international
security and privacy conferences and symposia.
Ann Terwilliger (email@example.com) is Director of Security Projects - PKI
for Visa International. She began her career at Visa International in 1987
and has worked on a variety of network and product development projects,
including Visa's SET and Verified by Visa eCommerce initiatives. Her
primary focus for the past ten years has been implementing PKI at Visa in
support of its products and services. Her current responsibilities include
administering the Visa X.509 Policy Authority, overseeing the operation of
Visa's CAs and developing standards and policies for PKI usage at Visa. Ms.
Terwilliger is active in several security standards groups such as IETF and