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About two or three times per year an *IRMA meeting* is organised at
SURFnet in Utrecht, free of charge, open to everyone interested in
identity management in general and in IRMA in particular. The meetings
usually draw between 25 and 50 participants, from industry, government
and academia. The atmosphere is open and very much content-oriented.
* **Location:** SURFnet, Hoog Overborch (Hoog Catharijne), Utrecht
[route](https://www.surf.nl/over-surf/contact/routebeschrijving-surf-surfmarket-en-surfnet/index.html),
about 5 min. walking distance from Utrecht Central train station
* **Dates and times:** typically on a Friday morning, 10:00 - 13:00,
followed by an informal (sandwich) lunch
* **Language:** usually english, occasinally dutch
* **Announcements:** via the IRMA mailing list and via
[Twitter](https://twitter.com/IRMA_privacy/). If you like to be
included (or deleted) from this list, please send an email to: irma
'at' privacybydesign.foundation
### Next IRMA meeting: Friday nov. 3, 2017.
**Programme:**
1. 10.00 - 10:30 Oscar Koeroo (KPN information security office).
"Security for Remote SIM Provisioning for e-SIM"
Abstract: Traditionally phones use SIM cards to authenticate
subscribers to the mobile network. The SIM cards contain
information about the home network and several authentication
keys of the mobile network and the subscriber. Manufacturers are
miniaturising the SIM cards to reduce costs and aid
applicability in Phones and accessories. The step beyond the
nano-SIM card form-factor is the complete removal of the SIM
card itself and replacing it with an e-SIM, or embedded
SIM. With this embedded SIM mobile network operators can load
the same SIM card information dynamically into a phone. This
opens up a new attack surface, by virtue of new components in
mobile devices, new provisioning protocol as alternative to the
physical SIM card. It also has geo-political implications,
depending upon the trust model. And depending upon the
architecture and assuming we also include IoT with e-SIMs it
could also introduce a new business continuity risk to 60B
devices globally, as per prospect of the adoption of this
technology in the foreseeable future.
2. 10:30 - 11:00 Pim Vullers (NXP). "IRMA prototype on a NXP
SmartMX3 P71 smart card"
3. 11:00 - 11:30 Pauze
4. 11:30 - 12:00 Marie-José Hoefmans (Schluss). "The Schluss
initiative", see
[schluss.org](https://www.schluss.org/)
5. 12:00 - 12:15 Stijn Meijer (Radboud Universiteit en ING)
"Comparing uPort's blockchain-based identity management with
IRMA" see [uport.me](https://www.uport.me/)
6. 12:15 - 12:45 Sietse Ringers (Radboud Universiteit) "Latest IRMA
developments", see
[privacybydesign.foundation](https://privacybydesign.foundation/en)
7. 12:45 Lunch
In case you wish to enjoy the sandwhich lunch, you need to
register by sending an email to: I.Haerkens 'at' cs.ru.nl,
before Wednesday nov. 1.
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