31 January 2018 | EFPE | 2009

Lawyer Dariusz Szostek
Theory of electronic form liberalization in Polish law

Mateusz Kamiński Article 5, clause 2 of new Polish Act on e-signatures (equivalence rule) in administrative jurisdiction

Lawyer Robert Podpłoński
New Polish Act on e-signatures – more profits or more harm?

Wiesław Paluszyński, Andrzej Dunalewicz E-signature – necessary element or electronic service development brake?

Wojciech R. Wiewiórowski Trusted profile Electronic Platform for Public Services (ePUAP). New method of identifying ITC systems in public administration

Hans Graux European eSignature Validation Services – existing models and perspectives for the future

Aleksandr G. Karpov Russian Certification Authorities. Statistics, analytics, trends

Gérard Galler Action Plan on e-signatures and e-identification to facilitate the provision of cross-border public services in the Single Market

Bauck Sverre ISO 15489 (Records Management) in Public Procurement

Christos Tsiakaliaris Getting access to eGovernment services: The need for an eGovernment Authentication Framework

Jerzy Krawiec
Importance of e-signature in normalization activity

Aleksander Donos Cooperating of PKI with biometric systems during creating National systems of global authenisation and application of e-signature while providing electroni services

Franciszek Wołowski Interoperability of biometric methods and cryptography in ID security management

Bartosz Nakielski TSL lists and cross border aspects of e-signature

dr Jerzy Pejaś, Włodzimierz Chocianowicz
Exchange of function of SHA-1 hash

Stefan Engel-Flechsig, Nick Pope CEN eInvoice-gateway-project

Andrzej Ruciński Role of National Entity Identification Registry (KRIO) in PKI infrastructure by automatisation process of electronic documents acceptance process in public circulation

Bartłomiej Prystupa Usage of e-signature and Electronic Delivery Office (EUP) in communication with Social Insurance Institution (ZUS)

Marcin Patoczka Accessibility of e-signature application in the field of using services provided by subjects realizing public purposes

Paweł Stachurski BILIX – electronic method of bill management

Jan Wojciechowski Application of qualified service “submission and collection receipt” in practical realization of Electronic Delivery Offices

Witold Jarzynka, Mateusz Hojda Usage of e-signature in TAX eDeclaration system – current situation and development trends

prof Jacek Pomykała
Digital signature – possibilities and limitations

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