online edition of

Europe’s largest conference

on Electronic Signature
and Trust Services – has finished

We would like to thank all the Speakers and Participants of EFPE 2020 and invite everyone interested to read the report entitled:


Final Statement of the European Forum on Electronic Signature and Trust Services

30 September 2020

The European Forum on Electronic Signature and Trust Services – Europe’s largest international conference on digital trust and security services and electronic identification – annually brings together representatives of science, state and local administration, business and international organisations championing the cause of electronic communication. For these actors, the event is a mandatory item on their bucket lists of get-togethers to attend. This year’s 20th edition of the EFPE 2020 Conference was centred around the theme of ‘Trusted Economy’. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event was held exclusively online. This year’s event featured 30 speakers and panelists and the entire conference was attended by nearly 600 participants from 39 countries, including Russia, Germany, Romania, Italy, Ukraine, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Nigeria, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Chile, Indonesia, the United Kingdom and Estonia.

Numerous fire chats and panel discussions played an essential role in exploring conference topics. Discussions were grouped into four main thematic areas…

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Special Report 2020 TRUSTED ECONOMY
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Title Speaker Download
Registration of participants
Opening of the conference Andrzej Dopierała - CEO Asseco Data Systems
Topic block: Trusted Services & eID: market overlook
"TRUSTED ECONOMY - reducing risk in fast digitalization"- market report. Simina Mut - Partner, CE Legal Leader, Deloitte Legal
Zbigniew Korba - Attorney-at-law, Partner, Deloitte Legal
Miłosz Brakoniecki - Partner of (Poland)
Italian perspective of the development of trusted services. Riccardo Genghini - Chairman of ETSI ESI (Italy) VOD&PPT
Current issues of PKI development in the Russian Federation. Kiryushkin Sergey A. - Deputy chairman of the PKI-Forum Russia Program Committee, Adviser to the General Director
Gazinformservice LLC (Russia)
Scandinavian perspective of the development of trusted services. Jon Ølnes - Product Manager, Signicat AS (Norway) VOD&PPT
Achievements and barriers in eID and trust services usage in digital transformation of companies and public administration in Poland regarding EU market. Michał Tabor - Partner of (Poland) VOD&PPT
Topic block: Trusted Economy in practice
Building trust in the digital world - digital identity in action, Macedonia and Australia. Dan Johnson - Vice President Digital Identity, C&IS, Mastercard VOD&PPT
Is a pen needed to sign an agreement? - case study from the implementation of the advanced signature for customers in SCB SA. Monika Ścibor-Staniszewska - Deputy Director of Quality and Automatization Processes Department,
Santander Consumer Bank
Monika Zając – Product Owner / Senior Process Manager, Santander Consumer Bank
Żabka as an example of the implementation of electronic signature within the frameworks of the digital transformation of the largest Polish convenience network. Mateusz Benyk - IT Project Manager, Żabka Poland VOD&PPT
Paperless in the financial sector - implementation of trust services in BFF Polska. Emilia Sęk - Coordinator, Operations & Settlement Center at BFF Banking Group
Aleksandra Rudzka - Senior Lawyer, BFF Polska S.A.
User experience, business and legal aspects of trusted services implementation. Grzegorz Wójcik - CEO, Autenti VOD&PPT
Topic block: Tools of Trusted Economy
eIDAS Harmonization & European Cloud Strategy – Challenges & Opportunities. Michael Butz - Chairman of the European Signature Dialog (Austria),
CEO A-Trust Austria
How to improve Trust in a remote world? Bertrand Bouteloup - Vice President of Sales & ARIADNEXT Deputy General Manager VOD&PPT
eDelivery development in Italy - lessons learnt for other markets. Andrea Caccia - Independent Consultant (Italy) VOD&PPT
Cross-border QTSP partnership to serve PSD2 regulated clients. Gabor Monori – Business Development Executive, Microsec (Hungary) VOD&PPT
Implementing eIDAS in the Cloud with Global Standards. Andrea Valle - Sr. Product Manager Document Cloud, Adobe VOD&PPT
Topic block: Looking ahead - fire chats & summary
Trust services - requirements of new users and legal restrictions. chairperson: Miłosz Brakoniecki - - interview with Marta Gocał - Attorney-at-law, Managing Associate, Deloitte Legal VOD&PPT
Are we really participating in the digital revolution? Tomasz Chomicki - Business Development Executive, Samsung Electronics Poland
Magdalena Bartoszewicz - Department director B2B IM, Samsung Electronics Polska
Trusted services - main legal issues on common market. chairperson: Miłosz Brakoniecki -
interview with a
Associate Professor at WPiA UO Dariusz Szostek - expert in the European Parliament's AI Observatory
Marcin Maruta - Partner Maruta Wachta
ENISA and the Cybersecurity Act – prospects for the future. Sławomir Górniak - Expert in Security Tools and Architecture at ENISA VOD&PPT
What tools do we need to better respond to customers' needs for eID, electronic signature and other trust services? chairperson: Michał Tabor - - interview with Artur Miękina - Key Projects Sales Director, Asseco Data Systems (Poland) VOD&PPT
Will the digital revolution save the economy? chairperson: Michał Kanownik - Chairman of the Board, ZIPSEE “Digital Poland”
Participants: Riccardo Gengini - (ETSI),
Sławomir Górniak - (ENISA),
Marcin Szulga - R&D Director, Asseco Data Systems (Poland)
Karol Okoński - Managing Director, Cybersecurity Lead for Public Sector (PL & CEE), PwC
Mariusz Włodarczyk - Managing director, Santander Leasing



Andrzej Bendig – Wielowiejski PhD Eng
Independent consultant, founder of EFPE

Arno Fiedler

Jerzy Pejaś PhD Eng
University Dean of IT Department, ZUT

Dr Luca Castellani
UNCITRAL representative

Michał Tabor
Chamber of Appraisers of the Polish Information Processing Society

prof. n. dr hab. Dariusz Szostek
Profesor – Uniwersytet Opolski










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