January 9, 2014 Meeting Page
SECURITY COMMITTEE / FUNCTIONAL MODEL BREAKOUT MEETING AGENDA AND NOTES
NOTE: These meeting minutes are draft and still under review
SECURITY COMMITTEE MEETING - draft
January 9, 2014
Kaliya Hamlin, Kate Kingberger, Adam Madlin, John Stearns, Andrew Hughes, Mike Garcia, Ann Racuya-Robbins, Gordon Springer, Ryan Galluzzo, Christopher Spottiswoode, Cathy Tilton, Chan Lim, Neville Pattinson, Jerry Kickenson, Kennie Kwong, Winthrop A. Baylies, Ann Racuya-Robbins, Kennie Kwong,
- Adam conducted a walkthrough of the current version of the Plenary agenda.
- A joint Functional Model breakout with the Security and TFTM committees will be held on Wednesday at 1:45pm. Adam intends to focus at a higher level on what we intend the functional model to be.
- The Standards Committee would like the Security Committee to review and provide comments on the 15 initial use cases that will be entering the plenary approval process.
- The Security review is not mandatory, but Adam would like to explore the possibility of a formal committee review on the product and intends to discuss this in a greater detail after the Plenary.
Functional Element Update (work stream 1)
- Met three times over the past month.
- Goal was to identify and describe the functional elements that may fit in the ecosystem; the group decided to focus on keeping things high level enough to support broad application to IDESG use cases, but granular enough to support the development of requirements.
- Completed two artifacts, a Matrix and Diagram that describe and depict the functional elements.
- The Committee will be focusing on how best to feed these elements into the overall functional model work.
- David suggested that it would be really useful to take the existing graphic and build it out to be mapped to existing systems and some of the use cases. He also pointed out that there could be more than one functional model.
- Anne presented an alternative proposal that includes human users. There was significant conversation over this topic.
- Adam called for the temperature of the group to determine if there was support for her proposal; the consensus of the rest of the group was that her suggested changes did not belong in the current products. They did express the belief that her concerns over the importance of the human user were valid, but felt they were misplaced in the current layer of the functional model.
- Anne logged an objection to moving forward with the current documents; however the committee chair determined to present the current products to the Plenary at the next meeting due to the support of the rest of the committee.
- A vote was called for by Kennie Kwong, however Anne stated that she believed a vote would be inappropriate and a violation of her interpretation of the Rules of Association.
- Anne will be attempting to clarify her concerns for the committee prior to the Plenary.
- The meeting closed out with the decision to present the current version of the Functional Elements to the Plenary and other committees. Anne’s concerns have been noted, however work will continue to move forward.