Speakers

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  • dr Wojciech R. Wiewiórowski
    Doradca w Gabinecie Politycznym, Ministerstwo Spraw Wewnętrznych i Administracji, Kierownik Pracowni Informatyki Prawniczej, Wydział Prawa i Administracji Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, Polska

  • prof. Jacek Pomykała
    Uniwersytet Warszawski, Wyższa Szkoła Menedżerska w Warszawie, Polska

  • dr Dariusz Szostek
    Śląska Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania w Katowicach, Polska

  • prof. Mirosław Kutyłowski
    Politechnika Wrocławska, Polska

  • Filip Zagórski Politechnika Wrocławska, Polska

  • Andrzej Ruciński Członek Zarządu, Dyrektor Rozwoju, Unizeto Technologies SA, CERTUM – Powszechne Centrum Certyfikacji, Polska

  • Włodzimierz Chocianowicz Politechnika Szczecińska, Polska

  • dr Jerzy Pejaś
    Politechnika Szczecińska, Członek komisji ds. Ochrony Informacji w Systemach Informatycznych, Polski Komitet Normalizacyjny, Polska

  • Milan Hrdlička Monet+, Czechy

  • Bogdan Stavrev Bankservice PLC, Bułgaria

  • Jordi Buch Product Marketing Manager, Safelayer Secure Communications, Hiszpania

  • dr Mario Fabiano
    InfoCamere – kwalifikowane centrum certyfikacji, Włochy

  • Robert Ruettgen Territory Manager EE Region, nCipher, Wielka Brytania

  • Marcin Odrowąż-Sypniewski Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle, Polska

  • prof. Josef Pieprzyk Macquarie University, Australia

  • Daniel Miazga Zachodniopomorski Urząd Wojewódzki w Szczecinie, Polska

  • Marek Dymek Wydział Informatyki, Urząd Miasta Szczecin, Polska

  • Olivier Delos Managing Partner, Sealed, Belgia

  • prof. Marian Srebrny
    Wyższa Szkoła Handlowa w Kielcach, Instytut Podstaw Informatyki PAN, Polska

  • dr Leif Buene
    Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Norwegia

  • Robert Podpłoński Dział Usług Certyfikacyjnych, Krajowa Izba Rozliczeniowa (KIR SA) – kwalifikowane centrum certyfikacji, Polska

  • Krzysztof Nyczaj Kierownik Projektu, Centrum Systemów Informacyjnych Ochrony Zdrowia, Polska

  • John Stienen European Commission, Directorate General for Informatics (IDABC), Belgia

  • Ałła Stoliarowa-Myć Unizeto Technologies SA, Polska

  • Prof. Jos Dumortier Profesor Prawa i Dyrektor Interdyscyplinarnego Ośrodka Prawa i Systemów Informacyjnych, Uniwersytet Leuven, time.lex, Belgia

  • Hans Graux Prawnik, time.lex, Interdyscyplinarny Ośrodek Prawa i Systemów Informacyjnych, Uniwersytet Leuven, Belgia

  • dr Leszek Sikorski
    Dyrektor, Centrum Systemów Informacyjnych Ochrony Zdrowia, Polska

  • Piotr Starzyk Członek Zarządu do spraw Informatyki, Zakład Ubezpieczeń Społecznych (ZUS), Polska

  • Laurent Saignes Regional Business Development Manager, Oberthur Card Systems, Francja

  • Łukasz Sokół PLAY, Printhouse Manager, Polska

  • Aleksandr G. Karpov
    Dyrektor Finansowy, ANK – kwalifikowane centrum certyfikacji, Federacja Rosyjska

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Program

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Igor Zagorskiy
Services provided by National Information Center of Russia

Aleksander G. Karpov
Usage of trusted third party – base of trust ensuring in the electronic trade process

Włodzimierz Chocianowicz
Digital signature in Polish Act on Digital Signature and in EU Directive (discrepancy or misunderstanding of definitions)

Ph.D. Jerzy Pejaś
Amendment of Polish Act on Digital Signature definitions

Robert Podpłoński
E-seal – more profits or more harm?

prof. Jos Dumortier
E-invoicing in Europe: overview and evaluation

dr Dariusz Szostek
E-signature in the draft of new Polish Civil Code

dr Wojciech R. Wiewiórowski
eID v. pl.ID. European and Polish expectations and restrictions in the field of issuing identification documents with microprocessor

Hans Graux Electronic signatures and their function in the European Services Market: needs, trends and expectations

Olivier Delos
Study on the standardization aspects of eSignature

John Stienen
Preliminary study on mutual recognition of eSignatures for eGovernment applications

dr Mario Fabiano
Cross border qualified signatures interoperability in R4eGov

dr Leif Buene
The Validation Authority for cross border recognition of e-signatures

Ałła Stoliarowa-Myć
eNotarius – electronic signature validation

prof. Jacek Pomykała
Security of e-signature

prof. Josef Pieprzyk
Cryptographic Hashing on Crossroads

prof. Mirosław Kutyłowski
Malicious Cryptography on “Secure” Devices

Filip Zagórski
End-to-End E-voting Systems

prof. Marian Srebrny
New technology: decentralized generation of prime parameters with no trusted server

Andrzej Ruciński
Attribute Certificates

Laurent Saignes
Digital Identity Protection. Review of available technology and electronic identity security solutions.

Piotr Starzyk
E-signature implementation experiences in Social Insurance Institution (ZUS) in Poland

Andrzej Ruciński
On-line certificate issue via internet

Krzysztof Nyczaj
Usage of e-signature in projects realised by Healthcare Information Systems Center (CSiOZ)

Daniel Miazga
Practical usage of e-signature in public administration in relation to implementation of the regional e-office project

Marek Dymek
Electronic services for citizens – example of the City Council of Szczecin

dr Leszek Sikorski
Guideline on personal medical data among international applications in the context of UE Directive on medical data protection

Łukasz Sokół
Transformation from paper invoice to electronic invoice on example of implementation

Robert Ruettgen
Data Protection and Security

Jordi Buch
TrustedX: Trusted Services Platform

Marcin Odrowąż-Sypniewski
Oracle Information Rights Management – protection of e-documents

Bogdan Stavrev
B-Trust PKI

B-Trust PKI
Rollout of qualified certificates in an organization

Sergey W. Telelushkin
Network of trusted Certification Authorities for Tax Offices in the territory of Russian Federation

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Gallery

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Summation

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The 7th annual European Forum on Electronic Signature took place on May 30 – June 1, 2007, in Międzyzdroje, Poland. The honorary patronage of EFPE 2007 was assumed by the Minister of Economy of the Republic of Poland, the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), and the Federal Agency of Information Technologies of the Russian Federation (FAIT).

Apart from Unizeto Technologies SA and the Szczecin University of Technology, the conference was co-organized by the National Clearing House SA (KIR SA) and the Polish Security Printing Works SA (PWPW SA) as first-time co-organizers. The Forum was attended by 154 participants from 22 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Georgia, Spain, Lithuania, Moldova, Germany, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary, the United Kingdom and Italy. The EFPE is currently the largest international conference dedicated to PKI held in Europe.

This year’s leading topic of the EFPE were the development trends in e-signature-related services in Poland and worldwide. The speakers and participants of EFPE 2007 included representatives of the European Commission, ministries, government agencies and institutions supervising e-signature infrastructures in EU and non-EU countries, and representatives of science and business, who exchanged ideas and experiences related to theory and practice of e-document and e-signature during lectures, workshops, panel discussions and informal meetings, while establishing partnerships and business contacts. The conference also became a unique East-West co-operation forum on PKI.

In the course of sessions it became clear that the basic problem raised by most of the Forum’s participants is the lack of interoperability on international level, also between all of EU’s member states. Insufficient legal regulations and the need to ensure high level of PKI security as the key to building trust in e-documents with e-signature, and thus to the development of e-trade were also among the issues discussed at the conference. In that regard it has been assumed that one of the main topics of EFPE 2008, planned for June 04-06, 2008, will be related to the issues of unification and recognition of e-signatures and integration of e-signature-related services.

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