Program

Program

31 January 2018 | EFPE | 2011

dr. Wojciech R. Wiewiórowski
Janitor of Public Registers. The Problem of State Officers’ Authorization to Share the Resources of State Information Infrastructure.

Ph.D. Dariusz Szostek
Electronic consent – danger for qualified signature?

Igor Zagorski
E-government infrastructure of the Russian Federation in relation to the new Act on Electronic Signatures.

Robert Podpłoński E-invoice, to sign or not to sign?

Ph.D. Jerzy Pejaś
Market effects of technological law neutrality.

Vassilia Ofranou EUReID: Benefit from the pan-European network of eID practitioners.

Henri Delahaie Identity management and digital services. Structuring of markets and related offers by the year 2015.

András Barsi Electronic Signatures in the work of Hungarian Judicial Executors.
PEPPOL eSignature, Concept, implementation, integration, pilots.

dr. Ken Moyle
“Minimalist” Legal Regimes for E-Signature: What’s Working and What Isn’t? USA and Europe.

Dominique Lescribaa An update of CEN/TC224 standards in the area of personal identification and electronic signature.

dr. eng. Jerzy Krawiec
Electronic signature in standardization – 2 years experience.

Paweł Krawczyk Past, present and future of electronic authentication in Europe. Pragmatic view.

Michał Tabor Electronic signature as a service. New challenges and opportunities provided by the PKI 2.0 model.

Volker Reible Cross-border authentication – the STORK project.

Edgar Krassowski, Matthias Matuschka Introduction and usage of the new German eID card.

John Stienen EU: Trusted Lists and common requirements on signature formats – two big steps towards interoperability.

Gérard Galler The revision of EU electronic signature directive.

dr. István Zsolt Berta
Managing SHA-2 Migration – Replacing the Cryptographic Foundations of a PKI.

Piotr Popis, Włodzimierz Chocianowicz pl.ID – to be or not to be compliant with EU-standards.

Sergey Kirushkin Legal effect and security of cross-border document exchange. Russia: We solve problems within the new legal regulations.

Veselov Mikhail Aspects of electronic signatures use within notaries community of the Russian Federation.

Peter Lipp CEN /ETSI Rationalised Framework for Electronic Signature Standardisation.

Nadezhda Patrykhalina Status and future perspectives of the PKI services market in the Republic of Belarus.

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