31 January 2018 | EFPE | 2012

dr. Wojciech R. Wiewiórowski, Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data,Poland
The influence of newly-promoted principles in privacy protection on the digital market functioning in Europe. Pros and cons of privacy by design, data portability, right to be forgotten and data minimization

Robert Podpłoński, National Clearing House SA, Poland
Action in trust for electronic document

Hans Graux, time.lex, Belgium
Development within the European legal system for electronic signature

Ph.D. Wacław Iszkowski, Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications, Poland
“IDbook – virtual identification of the citizen”

András Attila Barsi, Microsec e-Szigno Certificate Authority, Hungary
Uneasy reality: 13 years of European PKI – dreams, successes and failures, ups and downs – the real data from the perspective of Central Europe

Sebastian Christow, Department of Electronic Economy, Ministry of Economy, Poland
Polish certification services and the amendment of the Community legal framework for e-signatures

Jon Ølnes, PEPPOL, Norway
PEPPOL – Validation Services for eSignature Interoperability

Lesli Hommik, Information Systems Department, Centre of Registers and Information Systems, Estonia
e-Signatures in e-CODEX

Ph.D. Dariusz Szostek, Research Center for Legal and Economic Issues in Electronic Communication (CBKE), University of Wroclaw, Poland
Delivery by court electronic documents as part of the computerization of the judiciary

Peter Rybar, National Security Authority, Slovakia
Electronic signature – a simple, long, safely and in accordance with Commission Decision 2011/130/EU

Alfonso Tornatore, BIT4ID, Italy
New scenarios 4 e-signature: every-time, every-where

Ondřej Málek, Software 602, Czech Republic
Mobile application tools for certificates validation, PDF and intelligent forms signing from iOS and Android smart devices

Sylvie Lacroix, Sealed, Belgium
Overview on eSignature standards evolution as supporting the new European legal framework, particular focus on supervision/accreditation/certification of eSignature products and services

Vincent Tilman, Eurochambres, Belgium
The role of Trust Lists and Accreditation models to break trust deficit stalemate of cross-border e-Signature

Gerard Galler, European Commission, Information Society & Media DG, Belgium
Commission proposal for a Regulation on electronic identification and trusted services for electronic transactions in the single market

Władimir Kustov, CA Gazinformserwis, Russia
Sergey Kiryushkin, Gazinformserwis, Russia
Web 3.0 – Trusted Web. The initiative of Russia and its discussion in the international format.

prof. Jos Dumortier, Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT ( at the K.U. Leuven, Belgium
Review of European framework for electronic signatures

Piotr Ciepiela, Ernst & Young Business Advisory, Poland
Filip Kolasiński Ernst & Young Business Advisory, Poland
PKI management in the organization – the most common problems and their solutions based on the WebTrust 2.0

Michał Tabor, Trusted Information Consulting, Poland
Crossing boundaries of electronic signatures

Andrzej Ruciński, Unzieto Technologies SA, Poland
New EU regulations and business models for trusted e-services

Lech Wendołowski, Soldea, Poland
Trust in the electronic document in public procurement – legislation and practice

Mikhail Veselov, Centre for Innovation and Information Technology, Russia
Practical use of electronic signature in a notarial community of Russia

Dear User

The Controller of your personal data is Asseco Data Systems S.A. seated in Gdynia, ul. Podolska 21, 81-321 Gdynia, KRS No: 0000421310.

You can contact us:

  • by post (traditional mail), writing to the address indicated above;
  • by e-mail at:;
  • by phone: +48 22 52 58 601.

Data Protection Officer

We have appointed a Data Protection Officer whom you can contact:

  • by post (traditional mail), writing to the address: Asseco Data Systems S.A., Biuro w Łodzi (Łódź Office), ul. Narutowicza 136, 90-146 Łódź,
  • by e-mail at:,
  • by phone: +48 42 675 63 60.

Objectives and legal basis of the processing

We will process your personal data to:

  • send marketing information by means of electronic communication and automation programs pursuant to the Act of July 18, 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means and in connection with Article 172(1) of the Act of July 16, 2004 on Telecommunications Law pursuant to Article 6(1)(a) of the Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data as well as repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (Official Journal of the EU L. of 2016 No. 119, page 1)).

Data retention period

Your personal data will be stored until you withdraw your consent to receive marketing information.

Recipients of personal data.

In accordance with applicable data protection laws, we provide your personal data:

  • In accordance with applicable data protection laws, we provide your personal data:
  • to our subcontractors or other persons or entities acting on our behalf with whom we will cooperate during the performance of the agreement,
  • to entities to whom we will contract data processing services, IT service providers,
  • to the relevant public authorities to the extent that we are obliged to make your data available to them.

Your rights in relation to the processing of personal data

You have the following rights related to the processing of personal data:

  • the right to object to the processing of your data,
  • the right to access your personal data,
  • the right to request the correction of your personal data,
  • the right to request the deletion of your personal data,
  • the right to request a restriction on the processing of your personal data.

All of the above rights can be exercised by submitting a request to or by writing to the Data Protection Officer’s e-mail address:

Right to lodge a complaint

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection (to the address: Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw), if you think that the processing of your personal data concerning you violates the provisions of the Regulation.

Transfers of personal data to third countries

Your personal data will be stored on servers located in the European Union; however, in connection with Asseco Data Systems S.A.‘s use of cloud solutions provided by Microsoft, they may be transferred — on the basis of standard data protection clauses — to a third country. Microsoft’s standard contractual clauses in line with the templates approved by the European Commission are available at the following address: in the Online Services Terms (OST) section.

Requirement to provide personal data

The provision of your data is voluntary, but it is necessary for us to send information, including marketing information, by electronic means of communication.

Automatic data processing and profiling

Your data will be processed automatically, including in the form of profiling. Automated decision making will be carried out on the basis of processing of personal data provided when completing the form and data concerning activity in the Services and activity connected with our e-mail communication with you, the consequence of such processing will be to match marketing information concerning our products and services which may be of interest to you.

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