31 January 2018 | EFPE | 2005

Stig Aga Aandstad, European Commission, Brussels
Today and Future Applications of E-signature in Europe

Jos Dumortier, University of Leuven, Belgium
Update on Recent European Developments Related to Electronic Signatures

Marek Słowikowski, Ministry of Science and Informatization, Poland
Today and Future Applications of E-signature in Poland

Volker Zeuner, Secunet Security Networks AG, Germany
Outline for a Strategy to Fulfill the Requirements of the Implementation of the EU Directive for Electronic Signatures

Robert Podpłoński, National Clearing House C.o., Poland
Polish Law vs. Versatility of E-signature Applications

Maciej Skory, University of Wrocław, Poland
Law of E-contracts

Jerzy Pejaś, Polish Standardisation Committee, Poland
Problems of Cooperation between E-Signature Systems

Arno Fiedler, TeleTrust, Germany
European Bridge CA – Feedback by the Market Players

Danny de Cock, University of Lueven, Belgium
The Current Status of the Different EID Card Project Activities in the 25 European Union Countries

David Tillemans, Utimaco, Germany
The European Interoperability Project Organized by EEMA

Aleksiej Jerman Blazic, SETCCE (Security Technology Competence Centre), Slovenia
Long-term Archive Services for Digitally Signed Documents. Advanced Infrastructures for Long-term Preservation of Formal Electronic Records

Grzegorz Klasa, Unizeto Technologies S.A., Poland
Interoperability of Long-term Data Archive

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