31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Program | 2014

The main topic of the EFPE 2014:
EU Regulation on electronic identification and trusted services (eIDAS) – new opportunities and chances for digital economy

Sebastian Christow, Counsellor to the Minister, Ministry of Economy, Poland
eIDAS and what’s next – a national perspective of activities after the completion of the work

Luca Castellani, Secretary, Working Group IV (Electronic Commerce), Secretariat of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), Austria
The contribution of UNCITRAL textson electronic commerce to cross-border electronic transactions: an European perspective

Andrea Servida, “Head of the Task Force,“Legislation Team (eIDAS)”, Belgium
Video conference – Proposal for a Regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market – State of the legislative process

Alexei Sabanov, Deputy Director-General, ZAO “Aladdin R.D.”, Russia
Problems of reliability and safety of identification and authentication

prof. PhD Dariusz Szostek, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Opole, the Team of Minister of Justice for Informatization of court proceedings, Poland; PhD Berenika Kaczmarek-Templin, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
The impact of Regulation eIDAS on the Polish legislation

Arno Fiedler ETSI ESI ekspert, Germany
EU eSignature Standards – making e-signatures easy in the EU and beyond.
Overview of the M/460 rationalisation executed so far and future challenges in the context of eIDAS Regulation.

the presenter Rafał Malujda – legal advisor with Rafal Malujda – The Law Office, LL.M. (Rostock), secretary of the Association Klaster ICT Western Pomerania, Poland
Discussion panel – The impact of eIDAS Regulation on trusted services in the global digital market – new opportunities and chances for digital economy?

Alla Kryjanovskaia, Gazprom, Russia
Legal aspects of cross-border electronic interaction

Sławomir Górniak, Expert, Security Tools and Architecture Section, Greece
ENISA work in relation with eIDAS regulation

prof. PhD. Jacek Gołaczyński, Vice-President of the Court of Appeal of Wroclaw, Poland
The usage of electronic signature in the judiciary

Miguel Alvarez-Rodriguez, Programme Manager, European Commission, Belgium
eID and eSignature related actions, Interoperability Solutions for Public Administrations (ISA) Programme

Sergey Evtushenko, Department of IT technologies and communications of the Government of the Russian Federation, Russia
Video conference

Marek Ujejski, Deputy Director of the Department of Informatics, National Health Fund, Poland
Identification functions of health insurance identification cards, cards of medical specialist and the project regulation eIDAS Regulation in a transboundary context

Volker Reible, Solutions & Projects Large Scale Project Management, T-SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL GMBH, Germany
The concept, architecture and current developments of the new German Health Infrastructure

Michał Tabor, Expert of PIIT in the identification, authentication and electronic signature, Poland
New opportunities for trusted services in EU

PhD Bernd Wild, CEO, Intarsys GmbH, Germany
Ubiquitous Document Signing – reliable electronic signing of digital documents on mobile devices

Daniel Wachnik, Specialist for electronic signature, IMM, Poland
eIDAS, M460 – technological consequences for Polish public administration

Jon Olnes, Senior Consultant, UniBridge, Norway
Technical aspects of eIDAS regulation

Paweł Żal, Certified Ethical Hacker, Unizeto Technologies SA, Poland
Security of e-business in the cyberspace

the presenter Rafał Malujda – legal advisor with Rafal Malujda – The Law Office, LL.M. (Rostock), secretary of the Association Klaster ICT Western Pomerania, Poland
Discussion Panel – New products and trusted services which implements the Regulation eIDAS – is it breakthrough, standardization of existing solutions or widespread use?

Pavol Fric, Ditec, Slovakia
Slovakia and the new law on electronic enforcement of government (eGovernment Act) in the context of Public Key Intrastructure

Devrim Unal, Senior Researcher/Systems Engineer, TUBITAK BILGEM-UEKAE, Turkey
Privacy, Trust and Security for Cross-Border Interoperability: First experiences from e-Sens Project

prof. Vladimir Kustov, Gazinformservis, Russia
Interoperability of electronic legally significant document: problems and solutions to the expansion of international integration

Anton Karpov, Yandex, Russia
A life after Intermediate CA

Enrico Entschew, Senior Business Developer, Bundesdruckerei GmbH, Germany
sign-me – user-friendly qualified signatures based on German ID cards

Sergey Murugov, Deputy Director-General, OOO “RTO”, Russia
Practical aspects of using the transboundary technologies in e-commerce

Alfonso Tornatore, Vice President, BIT4ID, Italy
Authentication and identification in the world of mobile devices

University Doctor Sándor Szöke, Head of Process Control dpt., Microsec ltd., Hungary
Trust services in Hungary – overview and exchange of experience



31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Gallery | 2014

Gallery 1 – day 1

Gallery 2 – day 2

Gallery 3 – day 3



31 January 2018 |by pozargrz | Comments Off on Summation | 2014

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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