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1 JTC 1 Strategic Advisory Committee Key Areas of Priority February 2014

2 2 Areas of Priority for JTC 1 SAC in 2014 –Accessibility –Internet of Things –Big Data –Sensor Networks and Smart Infrastructure –Cyber/Information Security –Cloud Computing –ICT Sustainability –Governance of IT

3 3 JTC 1 SAC Key Areas of Priorities Special Working Groups (SWGs ) Sub Committees (SCs) Working Groups (WGs) SWG 1 Accessibility SWG 1 Accessibility SWG 3 Planning SWG 6 Manage- ment SWG 6 Manage- ment SWG 2 Directives WG 7 Sensor Networks WG 7 Sensor Networks SC 2 Coded Character Sets SC 2 Coded Character Sets SC 6 Telecoms & Info Exchange SC 6 Telecoms & Info Exchange SC 7 Software & Systems Eng SC 7 Software & Systems Eng SC 17 Cards & Personal ID SC 17 Cards & Personal ID SC 22 Programming Languages SC 22 Programming Languages SC 23 Digitally Recorded Media SC 23 Digitally Recorded Media SC 24 Computer Graphics SC 24 Computer Graphics SC 25 Interconnection of IT equipment SC 25 Interconnection of IT equipment SC 27 IT Security Techniques SC 27 IT Security Techniques SC 28 Office Equipment SC 28 Office Equipment SC 29 Coding of Audio, picture, multimedia, hypermedia SC 29 Coding of Audio, picture, multimedia, hypermedia SC 31 Auto ID & data capture SC 31 Auto ID & data capture SC 32 Data Mgt & Interchange SC 32 Data Mgt & Interchange SC 34 Document Description & Processing Languages SC 34 Document Description & Processing Languages SC 35 User Interfaces SC 35 User Interfaces SC 36 IT for LET SC 36 IT for LET SC 37 Biometrics SC 38 Distributed application platform & services SC 38 Distributed application platform & services SC 39 Sustainability for and by IT SC 39 Sustainability for and by IT SWG 5 Internet of Things SWG 5 Internet of Things SC 40 IT Service Management and IT Governance SC 40 IT Service Management and IT Governance Study Group Big Data Study Group Big Data Australian engagement No Australian engagement JTC 1 Key areas of priority Study Group Smart Cities Study Group Smart Cities P P P P P P P P PP P P P PP O P P P O P P / O Participating / Observing

4 4 SWG 1 Accessibility JTC 1 Committee Australian Mirror Committee (where applicable) / Chair Participation (P /O member) Terms of referenceStandards and Projects under the direct responsibility Current status ISO/IEC JTC 1/SWG 1 Accessibility No mirror committee P member1.Determine an approach to, and implement, the gathering of accessibility‐related information, being mindful of the varied and unique opportunities including direct participation of user organizations, workshops, and liaisons 2.Maintain and disseminate up‐to‐date information of all known accessibility‐related standards efforts, i.e. the standards inventory 3.Maintain and disseminate up‐to‐date information on accessibility‐related user needs, i.e. the user needs summary 4.Through wide dissemination of the SWG materials, encourage the use of globally relevant voluntary accessibility‐related standards 5.Together with PAS mentors, advise consortia/fora, if requested, in their submission of accessibility‐related standards/specifications to the formal standards process 6.Provide support when JTC 1 needs assistance related to accessibility (such as duties for WSC Accessibility Strategic Advisory Group and input on accessible ISO web content) ISO/IEC TR :2009, Information technology - Accessibility considerations for people with disabilities -Part 1: User needs summary ISO/IEC TR :2009, Information technology - Accessibility considerations for people with disabilities - Part 2: Standards inventory ISO/IEC TR :2009, Information technology - Accessibility considerations for people with disabilities - Part 3: Guidance on user needs mapping National Bodies to submit input to SWG on Accessibility regarding the issues, changes, updates to JTC 1 Standing Documents to improve accessibility.

5 5 SWG 5 Internet of Things JTC 1 Committee Australian Mirror Committee (where applicable) / Chair Participation (P /O member) Terms of ReferenceStandards and Projects under the direct responsibility Current status ISO/IEC JTC 1/SWG 5 Internet of Things (IoT) No mirror committee P member1. Identify market requirements and standardization gaps for IoT; 2. Encourage JTC 1 SCs and WGs to address the need for ISO/IEC standards for IoT; 3. Facilitate cooperation across JTC 1 entities; 4. Promote JTC 1 developed standards for IoT and encourage them to be recognized and utilized by industry and other standards setting organizations; 5. Facilitate the coordination of JTC 1 IoT activities with IEC, ISO, ITU and other organizations that are developing standards for IoT; 6. Periodically report results and recommendations to JTC 1/SWG on Planning; and 7. Provide a written report of activities and recommendations to JTC 1 in advance of each JTC1 Plenary meeting. N11942 NWIP Proposal for a New Work Item on Internet of Things Reference Architecture. Comments due to SA 3/3 and to ISO 18/03. Meeting in China March 2014 Is a topic of consideration within SC 32 as reported to the Plenary, and continues to be of interest to other JTC 1 SCs including SC 27, SC 34 and SC 38

6 6 Study Group Big Data JTC 1 Committee Australian Mirror Committee (where applicable) / Chair Participation (P /O member) Terms or ReferenceStandards and Projects under the direct responsibility Current status Study Group on Big Data No mirror committee. P member 1. Survey the existing ICT landscape for key technologies and relevant standards /models/studies /use cases and scenarios for Big Data from JTC 1, ISO, IEC and other standards setting organizations, 2. Identify key terms and definitions commonly used in the area of Big Data, 3. Assess the current status of Big Data standardization market requirements, identify standards gaps, and propose standardization priorities to serve as a basis for future JTC 1 work, and 4. Provide a report with recommendations and other potential deliverables to the 2014 JTC 1 Plenary. No projects to date JTC 1 November 2013 Resolution 27 – Establishment of a Study Group on Big Data, and Call for Participation. Closed 27/01 SA is also keen to discuss a joint JTC 1 SAC/Standards Australia industry forum in 2H 2014 to explore this new area of standardisation

7 7 Study Group Smart Cities JTC 1 Committee Australian Mirror Committee (where applicable) / Chair Participation (P /O member) T erms of ReferenceStandards and Projects under the direct responsibility Current status Study Group on Smart Cities No mirror committee P member 1. Provide a description of key concepts related to Smart Cities, establish the definition of Smart Cities based on the key concepts, and describe relevant terminology. 2. Study and document the technological, market and societal requirements for the ICT standardization aspects of Smart Cities. 3. Study and document current technologies that are being deployed to enable Smart Cities. 4. Assess the current state of standardization activities relevant to Smart Cities within JTC 1, in other relevant ISO and IEC TCs, in other SDOs and in consortia. 5. Identify and propose how JTC 1 should address the ICT standardization needs of Smart Cities. 6. Provide a report with recommendations, and potentially other deliverables, to the 2014 JTC 1 Plenary. No projects to dateJTC 1 November 2013 Resolution 3 – Establishment of a Study Group on Smart Cities, and Call for Participation. Closed 22/01. Meeting - China March, 2014

8 8 WG 7 Sensor Networks JTC 1 Committee Australian Mirror Committee (where applicable) / Chair Participation (P /O member) Terms or ReferenceStandards and Projects under the direct responsibility Current status ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 7 Sensor networks JTC 1 SAC 7 - Sensor networks P member1. In the area of generic solutions for sensor networks, undertake standardization activities that support and can be applied to the technical work of all relevant JTC 1 entities and to other standards organizations. This includes activities in sensor networks such as the following: a) Standardization of terminology b) Development of a taxonomy c) Standardization of reference architectures d) Development of guidelines for interoperability e) Standardization of specific aspects of sensor networks 2. In the area of application - oriented sensor networks, identify gaps and commonalities that may impact standardization activities within the scope of JTC 1. Further, share this information with relevant entities within and outside of JTC 1. Unless better pursued within another JTC 1 entity, the following standardization activities may be pursued as projects by this Working Group: a) Addressing the technology gaps within the scope of JTC 1 entities b) Exploiting technology opportunities where it is desirable to provide common approaches to the use of sensor networks across application domains c) Addressing emerging areas related to M2M and IoT Documents for ballot: N11929 NWIP Proposal for a New Work Item on Sensor Network Testing Framework. ISO due date 4/03/ DIS - Information technology -- Sensor Networks: Sensor Network and its interfaces for smart grid system. ISO due date 25/02/2014 N11930 – NWIP Proposal for a New Work Item on Underwater Acoustic Sensor Network Reference Model. ISO due 4/3/2014 N30128 DIS Information technology -- Sensor Networks -- Generic Sensor Network Application Interface. ISO due 25/02 JTC 1 SAC to provide industry experts

9 9 SC 27 IT Security Techniques JTC 1 Committee Australian Mirror Committee (where applicable) / Chair Participation (P /O member) ScopeStandards and Projects under the direct responsibility Current status ISO/IEC JTC 1 SC 27 IT Security techniques IT IT Security techniques P Member The development of standards for the protection of information and ICT. This includes generic methods, techniques and guidelines to address both security and privacy aspects, such as Security requirements capture methodology; Management of information and ICT security; in particular information security management systems (ISMS), security processes, security controls and services; Cryptographic and other security mechanisms, including but not limited to mechanisms for protecting the accountability, availability, integrity and confidentiality of information; Security management support documentation including terminology, guidelines as well as procedures for the registration of security components; Security aspects of identity management, biometrics and privacy; Conformance assessment, accreditation and auditing requirements in the area of information security; Security evaluation criteria and methodology. g/iso/home/store/ catalogue_tc/catal ogue_tc_browse.h tm?commid=4530 6&development=o n 130 standards published Reconstituting IT-012, National mirror committee for SC 27

10 10 SC 38 Distributed Application Platform and Services (Cloud Computing) JTC 1 Committee Australian Mirror Committee (where applicable) / Chair Participation (P /O member) ScopeStandards and Projects under the direct responsibility Current status ISO/IEC JTC 1 SC 38 Distributed application platforms and services (DAPS) IT Distributed application platforms and services (DAPS) P memberStandardization for interoperable Distributed Application Platforms and Services including: -Web Services, -Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) -Cloud computing ISO/IEC CD Specification of Information Technology Distributed Application Platforms and Services— Reference Architecture for Service Oriented Architecture - Part 1: Terminology and Concepts for SOA. Due ISO 1/3 ISO/IEC CD Specification of Information Technology Distributed Application Platforms and Services -- Reference Architecture for Service Oriented Architecture -- Part 2: Reference Architecture for SOA Solutions. Due ISO 4/4 ISO/IEC CD Specification of Information Technology Distributed Application Platforms and Services— Reference Architecture for Service Oriented Architecture - Part 3: Ontology for SOA. Due ISO 1/3 ISO/IEC DIS Information technology -Cloud computing -Overview and Vocabulary. Due ISO 24/03 ISO/IEC DIS Information Technology - Cloud Computing - Reference Architecture Due ISO 24/03 Next SC 38 international meeting in Sydney 2014, 28 April – 3 May 2014

11 11 JTC 1 SC 39 Sustainability for and by Information Technology JTC 1 Committee Australian Mirror Committee (where applicable) / Chair Participation (P /O member) ScopeStandards and Projects under the direct responsibility of JTC Current status ISO/IEC JTC 1 SC 39 Sustainability for and by Information Technology JTC 1 SAC 39 Sustainability for and by Information Technology O memberStandardization related to the intersection of resource efficiency and IT which supports environmentally and economically viable development, application, operation and management aspects. ISO/IEC CD Information Technology -- Data Centres -- Key performance indicators -- Part 1: Overview and general requirements ISO/IEC CD Information Technology -- Data Centres -- Key performance indicators -- Part 2: Power usage effectiveness (PUE) NWIP for Information Technology ‑ Data Centres ‑ Key Performance Indicators - Part 3: Renewable Energy Factor (REF). Due ISO 05/05. National Mirror Committee is looking at becoming a P member. This will require a constituted committee.

12 12 SC 40 IT Service Management and IT Governance JTC 1 Committee Australian Mirror Committee (where applicable) / Chair Participation (P /O member) ScopeStandards and Projects under the direct responsibility Current status ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 40 IT service management and IT governance Chair: AU Secretariat: SA IT-030 – ICT Governance and Management P memberStandardization of IT Service Management and IT Governance. Develop standards, tools, frameworks, best practices and related documents for IT Service Management and IT Governance, including areas of IT activity such as audit, digital forensics, governance, risk management, outsourcing, service operations and service maintenance, but excluding subject matter covered under the scope and existing work programs of JTC 1/SC 27 and JTC 1/SC 38. The work will initially cover: Corporate Governance of IT: the development of the ISO/IEC series standards and related documents, Operational aspects of Governance of IT: work in ISO/IEC series and interfaces with the management of IT as well as the role of governance in the area of business innovation. All aspects relating to IT service management and IT-Enabled Services/Business Process Outsourcing Call for participation closed on the 22/01/2014 First webex meeting 12/02/2014 June Plenary meeting – Sydney 2014


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