Speakers

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  • Libor Dostalek
    PVT Prokom a.s., Czech Republic

  • Jos Dumortier
    University of Lueven, Belgium

  • Kazimierz Ferenc
    CENTRAST Trust and Certification Center, Poland

  • Marcin Fijałkowski
    Ministry of Economy, Labour and Social Policy, Poland

  • Paweł Forczmański
    Technical University, Poland

  • Sergey Kiryushkin
    JSC UDC, Russia

  • Grzegorz Klasa
    Unizeto Ltd, Poland

  • Kaarlo Korvola
    Ministry of the Interior, Finland

  • Peter Steiert
    TeleTrust e.V., Germany

  • Dariusz Lewicki
    CryptoTech Ltd, Poland

  • Włodzimierz Chocianowicz
    Technical University, Poland

  • ]Tarvi Martens
    Certification Center, Estonia

  • Atsuo Miyazaki
    Asian PKI Forum, Japan

  • Jerzy Molak
    Ministry of Economy, Labor and Social Policy, Poland

  • Marcin Nalepa
    Oracle Poland

  • Jacek Pacholczyk
    Novell Poland Ltd.

  • Jerzy Pejaś
    Technical University of Szczecin, Poland

  • Robert Podpłoński
    CENTRAST Trust and Certification Center, Poland

  • Piotr Popis
    Agency for National Security, Poland

  • Andrzej Ruciński
    Unizeto Ltd., Poland

  • Robert Ruettgen
    nCipher Corporation Ltd., Germany

  • Peter Sylvester
    OpenEvidence

  • Janina Popowska
    Ministry of Economy and Labour, Poland

  • Przemysław Urbański
    Betrusted, Germany

  • Marta Vohnoutova
    PVT Prokom a.s., Czech Republic

  • Grzegorz Wojtenko
    Wincor Nixdorf Ltd, Poland

  • Michael Gollner
    Giesecke & Devrient GmbH, Germany

  • Gunther Fuchs
    Austrian Chamber of Notaries, Austria

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Program

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Planned actions of the EU aimed at popularising the electronic signature

The legal and market aspects of electronic signature -presentation of the report Polish government plans regarding the electronic signature implementation

Compliance of the Act on electronic signature with EU directives

Opportunities and threats for the electronic signature and its development vis-a-vis the enlargement of the EU, Mutual recognition of the e-signature in the EU

Promotion of the electronic signature use in Poland and Europe Conscious placing of electronic signature: technical requirements, legal consequences

Secure Signature Creation Device (SSCD).

Electronic signature in ATM.

Certificate profile and the issue of security.

Biometriccs in securing the access to secret information.

Technical issues of electronic signature.

Card technologies of electronic signature.

Distributed network computer systems design for the secure electronic transactions.

Presentations by representatives from Europe and Asia.

The role of secure device in placing a secure signature in the PKI services.

OpenEvidence – After the EU project

Long-term archiving of digitally signed documents

Integration of the notaries’ offices with active certification institutions

Mobile telecommunications

Oracle Certificate Authority – complete infrastructure for Global Identity Management

Novell NSure as a way to control digital identities, verify users’ rights and define business rules – in any system and with various devices

e-invoice in UE and in Poland

Pattern electronic documents designing

(Polski) Podpis elektroniczny w bankomatach

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Gallery

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Summation

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International Conference on Electronic Signature and PKI Global Trends, Experience and Expectations
4th European Forum on Electronic Signature 2004

Honorary auspices – Prof. Michał Kleiber, Ministry of Science and Informatization The 4th European Forum on Electronic Signature was held under the honorary auspices of Prof. Michał Kleiber, Minister of Science and Informatization, at Miedzyzdroje on 2nd-4th June 2004. The Forum was organized by Unizeto Co. Ltd. and the Technical University of Szczecin. Partners of the conference were: IBM Polska, Novell Polska, Oracle Poland, nCipher and Gesiecke&Devrient GmbH. Media partners: Computerworld, Puls Biznesu and POLITYCY.

The conference was attended by about 140 participants from EU countries (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Poland) as well as Russia and Japan. Speakers and discussion panel members represented government and administration bodies and companies and institutions that play significant roles in the market of services connected with e-signature in the above mentioned countries.

The very interested speech given by Prof. Jos Dumotier from Belgium on EU plans to promote the e-signature and other presentations connected with legal aspects made by representatives of the Ministry of Economy and Labor drew an enthusiastic response from the audience. The session on technology covered such issues as the concept of a device for creating secure e-signatures in the scattered environment and a presentation of the attack on wireless networks made by Messrs. nCipher.

The discussion panels managed by Mr. Przemysław Gamdzyk, editor of ‘Computerworld’ and dr Jerzy Pejaś from the Polish Standardization Committee drew attention to the lack of standards that allow the mutual authorization of e-signatures made within certain EU countries. The necessity of the unification of legal solutions in member states and agreement between producers of systems on the interoperability were pointed out. The importance of a device for creating qualified secure e-signatures for the PKI applications was also discussed.

The speech given by Mr. Atsuo Miyazaki, head of the Asian PKI Forum, from Japan was a very interesting event. He presented Japan’s and other Asian Countires’ experience in the field of e-signature applications.

Traditionally the conference was divided to plenary sessions and workshops. The workshops provided the participants with practical applications of creating the qualified e-signature with the Suscriptor Q01, a secure device developed by Messrs. Unizeto.

Upon closing the conference Mr. Andrzej Bendig-Wielowieyski, Unizeto’s Chairman of the Board, thanked all speakers and participants and invited them to the 5th European Forum on Electronic Signature to be held at Międzyzdroje on 1st-3rd June, 2005.

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