31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Speakers | 2013
  • Prof. PhD Jos Dumortier
    Interdisciplinary Centre for Law, Belgium

  • Prof. Peter Lipp
    Graz University of Technology, Austria

  • Jurij Kozlov
    Jurij Kozlov, The Information Centre at the Ministry of Justice, Ukraine

  • Ph.D.Sergey Kiryushkin
    Gazinformservice, Russia; Vladimir Kustov, OOO “UC GIS”, Russia

  • John BullardIdenTrust, Great Britain

  • Stepanov Vladyslav
    The head of an accredited certification authority of keys «Masterkey» of “Art-master”, Ukraine

  • Kalev PihlAS Sertifitseerimiskeskus, Estonia

  • Tamer Ergun Government Certification Authority, Turkey

  • Tribault de Valroger Keynectis Opentrust, France

  • Alfonso Tornatore BIT4ID, Italy

  • Clemens WankoTÜV Informationstechnik GmbH, Germany

  • Olivier Delos
    Sealed, Belgium

  • Torsten Schlabach
    Tascel eG, Germany



31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Program | 2013

Gerard Galler, European Commission, Belgium
European Commission’s proposal for a regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions for the internal market – Progress of the legislative process.

Sebastian Christow, Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Poland, Poland
Poland’s patricipation in work on the eIDAS regulation

Ph.D. Riccardo Genghini, ETSI – The European Telecommunications Standards Institute, Italy
Legal regulation versus technical regulation: a clash of civilizations?

Ph.D. Dariusz Szostek, Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland, Poland
Electronic Application System as a challenge for informatization of the Polish courts.

Prof. PhD Jos Dumortier, Interdisciplinary Centre for Law, Belgium
Legal evidence production in a digital context: will signatures disappear?

Aleksander Shelupanov, Tomski Państwowy Uniwersytet system zarządzania i elektroniki radiowej, Russia
Identification and authentication using Petri-Markov network theory in electronic workflow systems

Ph.D.Sergey Kiryushkin, Gazinformservice, Russia; PhD prof. Vladimir Kustov, OOO “UC GIS”, Russia
Current legal issues associated with cross-border flow of documents.

Olivier Delos, Sealed, Belgium
An overview of the mandate M/460 (standardization mandate with the goal to define a rationalized framework for electronic signatures standardization) execution and the need to provide business guidance.

Juan Carlos Cruellas, DAC-UPC, Spain
The activities related to testing compliance and interoperability as well as the study of the standardisation requirements for Electronic Delivery applying electronic signatures.

Nick Pope, Thales, Great Britain
The activities related to Signature Creation and Validation and Trusted Service Providers (TSP) supporting eSignatures

Prof. Peter Lipp, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Mobile Signature

Tomasz Kawecki, Institute of Logistics and Warehousing, Poland
e-Signatures in European e-Justice: e-CODEX experience

Clemens Wanko, TÜV Informationstechnik GmbH, Germany
Pan-European Recognition of CA Services Rules for TSP-Qualification today and tomorrow

Ph.D. Jerzy Pejaś, The West Pomeranian University of Technology, Poland
Signature Server – legal and technical possibilities of implementation

John Bullard, IdenTrust, Great Britain
Trusted Identities that drive Global Commerce

Vladyslav Stepanov, The head of an accredited certification authority of keys «Masterkey» of “Art-master”, Ukraine
Ukrainian experience in construction of public key infrastructure

Andrzej Ruciński, Unizeto Technologies SA, Poland
Impact of trusted services availability on the development of the electronic communication market

Alfonso Tornatore, BIT4ID, Italy
Digital signature for banking on-line

Michał Tabor, Trusted Information Consulting, Poland
Creating security services for business processes

Gonçalo Caseiro, Portuguese Entity of Shared Services of Public Administration, Portugal
Electronic trusted services in the SaaS model (Cloud) and stand alone – competition or cooperation?

Tribault de Valroger, Keynectis Opentrust, France
Return of experience of advanced signature in the Cloud in France Success, challenges and perspectives

Jurij Kozlov, The Information Centre at the Ministry of Justice, Ukraine
Problematic issues regarding the registration of subscribers and their further identification by electronic signature mechanism.

Kalev Pihl, AS Sertifitseerimiskeskus, Estonia
Signature in the mobile environment

Tamer Ergun, Government Certification Authority, Turkey
Test Suite Study for Security Analysis of Digital Signature Applications

Torsten Schlabach, Tascel eG, Germany
Trusted and secure E-Mails in the EU



31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Gallery | 2013

Gallery 1 – day 1

Gallery 2 – day 2

Gallery 3 – day 3



31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Summation | 2013

The 13th edition of the annual EFPE conference came to an end on June 7, 2013.

The EFPE 2013 – the Europe’s largest conference on electronic signature and PKI issues was attended by 130 participants from 21 countries. Among them there were the representatives of European Commission and Technical Committee of European Telecommunication Standards Institute (TC ETSI), government offices and agencies, producers of software and hardware solutions and certificate authorities providing services related to electronic signature.

This year’s edition of EFPE included was held under the honorary patronage of, inter alia, Deputy Prime Minister of Poland Minister of Economy Janusz Piechociński.

The conference was completely successful and provided the participants with a lot of insightful information. Numerous speeches and presentations evoked heated discussions between PKI experts. Inspired by those discussions, the international participants of conference decided to create the EFPE 2013 Final Statement on new EU Trust Services Framework, which reflects all their hopes and expectations regarding the European Union Regulation (proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market). The final statement is addressed among others to lawmakers and policy shapers, representatives of governments and other institutions which supports the internal electronic market and the common European area of trusted services.

We hope that with this document we can reach more spectacular results and conclusions which will significantly drive European Commission activities and contribute to achieve legislative and business goals.


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