31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Speakers | 2007
  • dr Wojciech R. Wiewiórowski
    Advisor to the Minister’s political office, Polish Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration, Chief of the Laboratory of Legal Informatics Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Gdansk, Poland

  • prof. Jacek Pomykała
    University of Warsaw, Warsaw School of Management, Poland

  • dr Dariusz Szostek
    Silesian School of Management in Katowice, Poland

  • prof. Mirosław Kutyłowski
    Wrocław University of Technology, Poland

  • Filip Zagórski Wrocław University of Technology, Poland

  • Andrzej Ruciński Member of the Board, Technical Director, Unizeto Technologies SA, PCC CERTUM – qualified certification authority, Poland

  • Włodzimierz Chocianowicz Szczecin University of Technology, Poland

  • dr Jerzy Pejaś
    Szczecin University of Technology, Member of Commission: Information Security in Information Systems, Polish Committee for Standardization, Poland

  • Milan Hrdlička Monet+, Czech

  • Bogdan Stavrev Bankservice PLC, Bulgaria

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

  • dr Mario Fabiano
    InfoCamere – qualified certification authority, Italy

  • Robert Ruettgen Territory Manager EE Region, nCipher, United Kingdom

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

  • prof. Josef Pieprzyk Macquarie University, Australia

  • Daniel Miazga West Pomerania Voivodship in Szczecin, Poland

  • Marek Dymek IT Department, Szczecin City Hall, Poland

  • Olivier Delos Managing Partner, Sealed, Belgium

  • prof. Marian Srebrny
    University of Commerce, Kielce, Polish Academy of Sciences PAN, Poland

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

  • Robert Podpłoński Certification Services Department, National Clearing House Co. (KIR SA) – qualified certification authority, Poland

  • Krzysztof Nyczaj Project Director, Healthcare Information Systems Center (CSiOZ), Poland

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

  • Ałła Stoliarowa-Myć Unizeto Technologies SA, Poland

  • Prof. Jos Dumortier Lawyer, time.lex, Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT at the K.U.Leuven, Belgium

  • Hans Graux Lawyer, time.lex, affiliated researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT at the K.U.Leuven, Belgium

  • dr Leszek Sikorski
    Director, Healthcare Information Systems Center (CSiOZ), Poland

  • Piotr Starzyk Memeber of the Board, Social Insurance Institution (ZUS), Poland

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

  • Łukasz Sokół PLAY, Printhouse Manager, Poland

  • Aleksandr G. Karpov
    ANK – Finance Director, qualified certification authority, Russian Federation



31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Program | 2007

Vladimir G. Matyukhin (Head of FAIT – Federal Agency of Information Technologies at the Ministry of Information and Communications Technologies), Russian Federation
The principles of founding the e-Russia information society

dr Grzegorz Sibiga (Leon Kozminsky Academy of Entrepreneurship and Managenet in Warsaw), Poland
Legal aspects of receiving and delivering of e-documents by public administration, in the eye of administrative code amendment (KPA) and regulations regarding informatization of institutions providing public services

Alain Dechamps (Programme Manager of CEN/ISS Workshop on e-Invoices), Belgium
Necessary Steps for the Future of Electronic Invoicing in Europe

dr Dariusz Szostek (Research Worker, Silesian School of Management in Katowice), Poland
Submitting of documents in electronic form with respect of the latest administrative code amendment

Sylwia Kotecka (Research Worker, CBKE, University of Warsaw), Poland
Cohesion and unequivocalness of electronic documents legal recognition

prof. Jos Dumortier (Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law and Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and Information Technology, Leuven University), Belgium
Using of electronic signatures in e-government applications in Europe: status, perspectives and problems

Aleksandr Shelupanov (Manager of the Faculty of IT Systems Security, Director of Security Center TUSUP), Russian Federation
Education Agency Policy in Russia on information security specialists trainings

Yuri Maslov (Business Director, CRYPTO-PRO), Russian Federation
Digital signature court practice in Russia

Robert Podpłoński (Main Specialist, Certification Services Department, KIR SA – certification authority), Poland
e-Signature and EURO 2012

Magdalena Marucha-Jaworska (Research Worker, University of Warsaw), Poland
Document’s probative force

Andrzej Ruciński (Member of the Board, Technical Director, PCC CERTUM – certification authority), Poland
New PKI services

Aleksej A. Domrachev (Manager of CA Regulations Department at the Federal Agency of Information Technologies at the Ministry of Information and Communications Technologies), Russian Federation
Transborder cooperation with Electronic Signature

Aleksandr G. Karpov (ANK – certification authority), Russian Federation
The use of the trusted third party services in transborder electronic document flow

Mikhail B. Borodovskiy (General Director, ETC – eTradeCommunity), Russian Federation
Taking advantage of the trusted third party services exemplified by a public auction performed with the usage of the IT system “public procurements – e-tender”

Piotr Stanisławczyk (Product Manager, Unizeto Technologies SA), Ałła Stoliarowa-Myć (Region Manager), Poland
An all-purpose solution for electronic signature creation and verification

Artur Kmieciak (Lawyer, K&K Consulting), Poland
Secure Electronic Document – requirements and expectations

Włodzimierz Chocianowicz (Research Worker, Szczecin University of Technology), Poland
Practical application of electronic signature in public IT systems – survey made at the end of 2006

dr Jerzy Pejaś (Member of Comission: Information Security in Information Systems, Polish Committee for Standardization), Poland
Fail-safe electronic archive for confidential and long-term electronic documents preservation

dr Dariusz Szostek (Research Worker, Silesian School of Management in Katowice), Poland
e-Arbitrage and e-Mediation

Franciszek Wołowski (Project Manager, Sigillum – PWPW SA – certification authority), Poland
ID documents security management – dedicated public key infrastructure

Olivato Agostino, Luigi Rizzo (Security Engineer, InfoCamere – certification authority), Italy
Business Register case

Sergey Pushkin (General Director, OOO Taxkom), Russian Federation
Flow management of e-documents with e-signatures in communication between legal person and administration

dr Przemysław Polański (Faculty of Administration and Law, University of Warsaw), Poland
E-signature in ONZ Convention on electronic contracts

Peter Sylvester (EdelWeb), France
The signature format (XADES) for the French Administration

Istvan Zsolt BERTA, (MicroSec Limited), Hungary
Long-term archiving of electronically signed documents in the Hungary

Olivato Agostino, Luigi Rizzo (Security Engineer, InfoCamere – certification authority), Italy
Experience of use of digital signatures inside a hospital

Alexandr Kushnerov (Manager of Information Security Department, ArtMaster), Ukraine
Devolpemnt of services connected to e-signature in Ukrain, Art-Master practical experiences on services connected to e-signature

Identify – Protect – Comply
Robert Ruettgen (Territory Manager EE Region, nCipher), United Kingdom

Mihaela Hasan (Lawyer, Certification Authority), Moldavia
E-signature in Moldova Republic public administration

Adam Walentynowicz (Main Specialist, Governor’s Office Pomeranian Province), Poland
Electronic signature implementation in the local administration – case study

Stephan Wappler, Peter Steiert (Project Manager Bridge-CA, TeleTrust), Germany
Standardized Policy Assurance – A Simplification?



31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Gallery | 2007

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31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Summation | 2007

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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