2010 - Speakers

  • András Attila Barsi Sales Director, Microsec e-Szigno Certificate Authority, Hungary

    Currently holds the position of Sales Director at Microsec Ltd., the Hungarian e-Szigno Qualified Certificate Authority. He has been in this position since 2007 and has built the e-Szigno Business Solutions operations over the course of the last four years. Previously, András has held the position of Partner with a business consulting firm where he was responsible for sales, human resources and project management operations. András is a certified economist. He has an MBA degree from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences, as well as a master degree from Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in Paris. He has also completed some of his studies in the United States. He currently lives in Budapest, Hungary. He considers himself both a dreamer and a doer. He thinks he is lucky to have the possibility to work in the PKI sector, where opportunities are just beginning to manifest.

  • President of the Board, General Director, Unizeto Technologies SA, Poland
    dr Andrzej Bendig-Wielowiejski

    Dr. Bendig-Wielowiejski studied at the Szczecin University of Technology and at Electrotechnical Institute Leningrad in Russia (currently Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University – Russia). He worked successively: in the industry as an expert in automation, IT specialist, and then at the Szczecin University of Technology as a lecturer. Afterwards as a manager – he is one of the pioneers and creators of public key infrastructure (PKI) and development of electronic signature technology in Poland. In 1998 he established the first and currently the largest Polish certification authority (CERTUM – General Certification Authority) providing global public services related to electronic signature. He is currently President and General Director of Unizeto Technologies SA, one of the leading systems integrators and providers of information systems in Poland, being known for its own services and solutions related to eBusiness in particular electronic signature and electronic document. Member of numerous economic and advisory bodies of Szczecin and the region, Chairman of Supervisory Board of Szczecin Science and Technology Park.

  • Dr Dariusz Bogdan Undersecretary of Ministry of Economy, Poland

    Graduated from the Faculty of Mechatronics at the Warsaw University of Technology. He then went on to complete post-graduate studies in the field of Telecommunication, Information Technology and Management in the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology at the Warsaw University of Technology. In the years 1993-1999, Inspector, Senior Inspector, Manager of the IT team; Plenipotentiary of the President of Information Technology Affairs in the Agricultural Market Agency.
    From 1999 to 2007, Director of the Office of Teleinformation in the Agricultural Market Agency.
    In the years 2006-2007 , lecturer in the post-graduate course at the Warsaw Agricultural University.
    In December 2007 , Advisor to the Vice President of the Council of Ministers, the Minister of Economy Waldemar Pawlak.

  • Jordi Buch Marketing and Business Development Manager, Safelayer Secure Communications,Spain

    Mr. Jordi Buch has a degree in Technical Telecommunications Engineering and a Master’s degree in Business Administration. For more than 15 years, he has worked in the field of security in telematic networks, chiefly on matters related to eID and eSignature solutions technology. He participated in the creation of the first Spanish CERT, having developed the coordination of security incidents with the CERTs in other countries. He has also participated in several Master’s courses on ICT Security at different Spanish institutions and taken part as a track chair in many international seminars and conferences.
    Since its foundation, Mr. Buch has worked at Safelayer Secure Communications, a Spanish company that develops security software solutions for managing digital identity, electronic signatures and data protection. Safelayer’s technology is being used in the world’s biggest citizen identification project, the Spanish National eID Card, which has a scope of over 40 million citizens. As a market leader, the company has achieved a solid position in the banking and government sectors and has established new commercial agreements in the Italian and Polish markets, consolidating its distribution channel that comprises 21 VARs in countries including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Colombia, Portugal, France and Morocco.

  • Włodzimierz Chocianowicz Szczecin University of Technology, Poland

  • Jacek Czech Deputy Secretary-General, Polish Chamber of Commerce, Poland

    Jacek Czech studied at the Technical University of Warsaw and Technical University of Radom. He also completed postgraduate studies at the Warsaw School of Economics, School of Stock Market L’Ecole de la Bourse and the MBO IF London course. Because of professional duties he has a number of technical and business certificates. He participated in many symposia and conferences, also as a lecturer and trainer. His professional career has always been related to the area of technology and business. Beginning in the ’80s from the position of service specialist in the former TELKOM he dealt with implementing telecommunications systems in Poland and abroad. He was the founder, and then the Chairman of the Board of TeleComp. The next stage was an 8-year occupation at Telekomunikacja Polska, where Jacek Czech was working as Departments Director and TPSA Group Programs Director. He is now Deputy Secretary General of the National Chamber of Commerce (KIG), responsible for innovation, development and contacts between scientific and business circles. He has been taking an active part in creating the environment for the idea of e-economy in Poland. He was a member of the team that developed strategic plans for informatization of Poland in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration, he was the founder and chairman of the Committee of Computer Networks and Business Strategy at the National Chamber of Commerce. Currently, besides working at the National Chamber of Commerce, he is a member of the Steering Committee at the Ministry of Economy dealing with issues relating to e-economy, including the implementation of the Services Directive in Poland, cooperating with the Ministry of Interior in implementing the e-platform ePUAP in the field dedicated to businesses. He is the advisor to the President of the Polish – Israeli Chamber of Commerce in particular in the area of ICT. He is a President of the LEM Foundation dealing with the implementation of EU projects in the area of e-inclusion. On behalf of the National Chamber of Commerce Jacek Czech supervises the realization of several EU projects in the field of innovative economy. Currently he is also the Chairman of the Supervisory Boards in two companies.

  • Olivier Delos Sealed, Belgia

    SEALED is the association of the skills and expertise from two senior e-Security & e-Solutions consultants, Sylvie Lacroix (CISA) and Olivier Delos (CISSP, CISA), totalizing more than 30 years of experience in e-Security. SEALED is specialised in e-Signatures, e-Proofs, PKI and eID design & consulting.
    Through SEALED, they position themselves as architects of your e-Solutions and e-Security services.
    “Architects” in the full sense as this covers not only the analysis and design part of these services fitting your business needs but also the organisation, management and follow-up of the realisation of such solutions, either through the writing of RFPs or the selection of the most appropriate solutions builders.
    They advise numerous customers including European governments, enterprises, the European Commission, as well as international institutions. They participated to or conducted numerous and significant projects and studies around electronic signatures, contributing to the improvement of their interoperable and cross-border use. They are also active speakers on conferences.
    They are also the designers of a patented method to reconcile citizen eID schemes with business identity needs, e.g., in the context of electronic signatures.
    More information on www.sealed.be.

  • Alvaro Domingo Independent Consultant in Digital Signature, Spain

    Mr. Domingo worked in Chamber of commerce and Industry of Madrid, where he was responsible for New Technologies and Innovation department (2002 -2004). AC CAMERFIRMA – Certification Authority of the Chambers of Commerce and member of Chambersign. He worked in one of the first Certification Authorities since 2004 to 2009 as Marketing Manager and Director. Coordinator of the 85 Chambers of Commerce in Spain. Member of the Commission of new technologies of the High Council of Chambers of Commerce, Product development: digital signature appliances , definition of PKI processes, PKI products, e-invoice products, etc. He designs plans for modernization and security companies and government (electronic signatures, control access, strong authentication, electronic billing, e-invoice). He is responsible for the development of Guidelines for the Chambers of Commerce: electronic invoicing, digital certification, eGovernment , certified scanning. He is an advisor on electronic signature legislation of the Government Advisory Council through the High Council of Chambers of Commerce. He collaborated in the development of different CA: certChile , Certicámara (Colombia), CA Chamber of Commerce of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), GSE (Colombia), RA Chamber of Commerce of Guatemala, CA in the Chamber of Commerce of Uruguay, etc. He was also cooperating with Ibermatica, where he was responsible for Trusted Banking project – 2009. Project of the Ministry of Industry of Spain on security in e-banking. Definition of the requirements of the platform, digital identity, PKI, signature formats,Cryptographic hardware, TSA, multi PKI validation platform, long electronic signatures, etc. He is currently an independent consultant on electronic signatures. Consultant of different certification authorities: AC Camerfirma (Spain) , AC FirmaProfesional (Spain), AC Edicom (Spain), MultiCert (Portugal), CA GSE (Colombia), RA Chamber of Commerce of Guatemala, etc.

  • Aleksander Donos Chairman of the committee for information security, Regional association in the field of communications, Moldova

    Aleksander Donos studied at the Institute of Cryptography of Communications and Informatics at the Academy of Federal Security Service of Russia. In 1998-2003 he worked in the Information and Security Service of the Republic of Moldova. He is one of the authors of the Act on electronic documents and electronic signatures of the Republic of Moldova as well as the creator of PKI and electronic signature technologies in Moldova. 2003-2010 he was CEO of state-owned enterprise “Centre of special telecommunications ” – Information and Security Agency, which specializes in information security, including electronic signatures technologies related to the operation and development of state-protected information systems and telecommunications. He currently works as a Deputy Director of Information and Security Agency. Since 2008 he has been a Chairman of the Committee on Information Security Coordination Council of the Commonwealth of Independent States for computerization in the Regional Communications Union, working in committee since 2005.

  • Hans Graux Lawyer, Partner in a law firm “time.lex”, Affiliated Researcher, K.U.Leuven, Belgium

    Mr. Graux is an IT lawyer at the Brussels based law firm time.lex (www.timelex.eu). He graduated in Law in 2002, and obtained a complementary degree in IT in 2003. He then joined the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and Information Technology of the Catholic University of Leuven (www.icri.be), where he did fundamental research on a number of IT law related issues, with a specific focus on electronic identity management through the European ModinisIDM Study. In May 2005 he joined the IT law department of the Brussels based law firm Lawfort, where he continued his participation in a number of European level studies. His expertise lies mainly in the collection and analysis of legal and policy information in international studies, and in formulating specific policy recommendations in this field. In July 2007, he co-founded the IT law firm time.lex, where he is currently a partner and legal counsel.

  • Sergey Kirushkin Advisor to the General Director, Gazinformserwis, Russia

    Doctor of technical sciences, advisor to the General Director of Gazinformserwis (www.gaz-is.ru), since 2005 – deputy chairman of the program committee of the annual international conference on the use of the public key “PKI-Forum, Russia” (www.PKI-forum.ru). Specialist in the area of modern information and communication technologies in the working group Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.

  • Jerzy Molak Deputy Director of the Electronic Economy Department, Ministry of Economy, Poland

    Deputy Director of the Electronic Economy Department of the Polish Ministry of Economy, He graduated from the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the Warsaw University with a specialization in economic cybernetics and computer science. He also has a degree in industrial automation.
    Professional experience includes working in industry, banking, government administration and at the institute for scientific – research.

  • Kris Nowak Director, International Business Development, CREALOGIX E-Banking AG,Switzerland

    Mr. Nowak has managed software development, consulting and business development activities for over 25 years. Originally from Poland, Mr. Nowak had spent a number of years in Canada where he held senior managerial positions, mostly in the banking technology space. After returning to Europe in the 1990’s, Mr. Nowak became a Director in the German division of one the world largest consulting companies, Logica plc., where he supervised implementation of several large scale initiatives in the Investment Banking and International Payments areas. Subsequently, Mr. Nowak moved to a German IT security company, KOBIL Systems GmbH, where he headed International Business Development. He is currently working in a similar capacity at CREALOGIX E-Banking AG, the leading Swiss provider of e-banking and IT security solutions. Mr. Nowak has managed as key accounts large national and international companies, such as: Société Générale, Banco Santander, ZDF (German public TV), UBS, Citibank and many others.
    Mr. Nowak holds a Master of Computer Science degree from Politechnika Sląska in Gliwice, Poland, and an MBA degree from the Heriot-Watt University of Edinburgh, UK.

  • Wiesław Paluszyński Vice President of Polish Information Processing Society, Poland

    Graduated from Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw School of Economics and the National Defence University (NDU). Contributor of draft of the act on electronic signature. Twice InfoStar Prize Winner in the IT solutions area. Vice President of PTI, a member of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association AFCEA. PIIT Nobel Prize for 2010. CEO of Trusted Information Consulting.

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

    Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at the West-Pomeranian Technical University, Information Security Team Manager, a specialist in the field of public key infrastructure (PKI) and PKI services, applied cryptography methods, control of access to sensitive information, authentication and authorization systems as well as technical and legal problems of electronic signature.

  • Robert Podpłoński Lawyer, National Clearing House SA (KIR SA) – qualified certification authority,Poland

    Legal adviser in KIR SA, qualified entity providing certification services, co-author of the Polish Act on electronic signature and its accompanying regulations, lecturer at many conferences on computer science and electronic signature, author of several publications on electronic signatures, including the comprehensive study: „Podpis elektroniczny. Komentarz”.

  • dr Przemysław Polański Kozminski University, University of Warsaw, Poland

    In 1998 Doctor of Law Przemysław Polański obtained his degree of Bachelor of Business Systems at the Monash University in Melbourne (Australia). In 1999, after completing legal studies at Poznań University (Poland) he obtained his Master degree in Law. In years 2000 – 2004 he was a Ph.D. student at the University of Melbourne, and conducted multidisciplinary research on legal and technical aspects of international e-commerce law. In 2001 he was granted PORES stipend at Utrecht University (the Netherlands) and for 9 months he carried out his research on the research methodology of Internet users’ practice by means of intelligent software agents. In 2004 he obtained his doctoral degree in the field of law and exact sciences at Melbourne University. Since October 2005 he has been a researcher at the CBKE as a grant holder of Marie Curie Actions in the framework of „Electronic Communications Legal Expertise Transfer” Project, which is realized by the CBKE in the 6th Framework Programme of the European Union. He lectures on “International electronic commerce law” to students, doctorats and researchers and is director of the Electronic Publications Department at C.H. Beck.

  • Eduardo Portero General Director, IZENPE, Spain

  • dr Corrado Ronchi Director, President and Chief Executive Officer, EISST, United Kingdom

    Dr. Ronchi has conducted academic and applied industrial research for over 15 years, publishing numerous articles in refereed journals, lecturing at leading scientific institutions and conferences and working on several international patents. Prior to his current occupation as CEO of EISST Limited, Dr. Ronchi has worked for leading global corporations, such as AT&T, Cisco Systems, and Telecom Italia.
    Dr. Ronchi consults on a regular basis with leading European and USA corporations on strategic issues concerning information security technologies applied to Internet-based business models and business-critical applications. He has worked on helping enterprises meet their critical e-com business objectives in cross-cultural and cross-industry applications, with focus on information security systems applied to the enterprise. His background includes extensive experience in various industries including telecommunications, consumer products and financial services.
    Originally from Brazil, Dr. Ronchi holds a Master’s degree in theoretical astrophysics from “La Sapienza” University of Rome (Italy), and a Ph.D. in applied and computational physics from Cornell University (Ithaca, USA).
    Dr. Ronchi is a member of the (ISC) Electorate and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

  • Andrzej Ruciński Member of the Board, Development Director, Unizeto Technologies SA, Poland

    Chairman of the Technical Committee for the identity cards of the Polish Committee for Standardization (PKN). Graduate of Szczecin University of Technology (major Automation at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering). He has been cooperating with Unizeto since 1993, where he continued work on the practice of the use of cryptographic cards. Co-founder of CERTUM – General Certification Authority. He supervises works related to the development of products and services offered by Unizeto Technologies SA, especially in the field of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and e-signature.

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

    Mr. Stienen is working at the European Commission’s ISA Programme on Trusted Information Exchange activities regarding electronic signatures, electronic identities and secure data communication. He worked as a Senior Policy Adviser at the Netherlands Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations before he joined DG Informatics at the European Commission in 2008. In the Netherlands Mr. Stienen was working on information security policy and electronic authentication. He holds an MSc in Industrial Engineering and Management Science from Eindhoven University of Technology.

  • dr Dariusz Szostek Gen. Jerzy Ziętek Silesian School of Management in Katowice, Research Center for Legal and Economic Issues in Electronic Communication (CBKE), University of Wroclaw, Poland

    Expert in the Task Force for the overruling of the Legal and Procedural Barriers to e-Administration of Committee of the Council of Ministers for Informatzation and Communications (participating in the drafting works related to changes’ assumptions of the Act on Informatization), expert of the Extraordinary Parliamentary Subcommittee on the government draft amendment to the act on computerization of entities performing public tasks, act – Code of Administrative Procedure, Tax Ordinance Act and some other acts, member of working group of Civil Law Codification Commission for development of provisions of the Civil Code concerning legal transactions, member of expert team of the Minister of Justice for the drafts of legal acts on electronic legal proceedings in civil cases, associate of the Centre for Research on Electronic Communications, Wrocław University, Head of the Law and Social Politics Department, Silesian School of Management, arbitrator and mediator in the Court of Arbitration at the Regional Chamber of Commerce in Katowice, author of many publications (including foreign publications) and the expertise in the field of electronic document exchange, including those relating to electronic signatures.

  • Alfonso Tornatore Vice President International Sales, BIT4ID, Italy

    Joined Bit4id as Vice President International Sales in January 2009. Prior to joining Bit4id, a leading provider of products and solutions for strong authentication, digital signature and e-invoicing; Mr. Tornatore spent almost 2 years with SCM Microsystems GmbH, also a supplier company of products for secure access and secure exchange, managing a broad range of business development and sales activities in the Mediterranean region.
    Previously, from 2002 to 2007, he worked in Incard belongs ST Microelectronics, a specialty semiconductor manufacturer for the smart card industry. Working for several years in the smart card sector, he held various sales and business line management positions with ST Incard including the account management of Telenor GSM Telecommunication Group and other major Telecom Operators.From 2000 to 2002, Mr. Tornatore was also Customer Service and Sales Support Engineer in Agusta-Westland.
    He holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from the “Federico II” University in Naples and he attended at several courses about business and sales management in different European Universities.

  • Daniel Wachnik Institute of Mathematical Machines, Poland

    Institute of Mathematical Machines, Poland

  • dr inż. Grzegorz Wojtenko Payment Systems Development Manager, Wincor Nixdorf, Poland

    Payment Systems Development Manager at Wincor Nixdorf, has been working in the payment industry for approximately 10 years. Participated in numerous card projects in Poland and abroad. A graduate of Warsaw University of Technology. Profesionally deals with mathematical aspects of information security, what was also subject of his doctoral dissertation. Member of the Polish Committee for Standardisation.

  • Igor Zagorskiy Deputy Manager of Public Services Office of the Federal Agency for Information Technologies, Russia

    Deputy Head of Public Services Office of the Federal Agency for Information Technologies in Moscow. The Federal Agency for Information Technologies is the national supervision body for the e-signature issues in the Russian Federation.Analyst for technology management information systems. Representative of the Federal Agency. Areas of interest: complex public administration system, development of national public key infrastructure in the areas of services targeting public administration and business, issues of cross-border electronic signature recognition.

Asseco Poland is the largest IT company in Poland and in the region of Central and Eastern Europe. For 30 years, it has been creating technologically advanced software for companies in key sectors of the economy. The company is present in 60 countries worldwide and employs 27,500 people. It is growing both organically and through acquisitions, of which it has made nearly 100 since 2004. Asseco companies are listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

Obserwatorium.biz is an independent Polish consulting company, operating on the market since 2015, specializing in the creation and implementation of digital strategies in companies, mainly from the financial and public administration sector.

It supports clients in particular phases of strategic development – diagnosis of internal situation, market environment, it helps to formulate new goals and products, taking into account social and business trends resulting primarily from technological changes, it supports implementation and execution processes, including for IT suppliers. It carries out a number of educational activities such as trainings and conferences in order to spread the knowledge about digital transformation, its consequences and conditions for optimal implementation in a given enterprise.

We have been developing digital security at Certum for over 20 years. We specialize in certification services that validate online identity and provide solutions to ensure the trustworthiness and security of documents, electronic data and devices.

We are committed to ensuring that our clients' businesses can thrive while remaining fully resistant to cyber attacks and other external threats. Using modern technological advances, we create solutions that help our clients navigate more efficiently, comfortably and safely in the virtual world.

Certum consists of a competent and experienced team of more than 150 specialists who have been trusted by hundreds of thousands of companies and institutions all over the world. Many years of experience combined with specialist knowledge allows us to implement even the most complex and technically advanced projects. We place particular emphasis on the compliance of our services with current legal conditions and standards. More information available at www.certum.pl

The Cloud Signature Consortium is a global group of industry, government, and academic organizations committed to driving standardization of highly secure and compliant digital signatures in the cloud. Inspired by the rigorous requirements of the European Union’s Regulation on electronic Identification, Authentication and Trust Services (eIDAS), our open technical specification helps ease solution interoperability, streamline compliance with e-signature regulations, and pave the way for uniform adoption of cloud-based digital signatures around the world.

NASK is a National Research Institute whose mission is to develop and implement solutions which facilitate the development of information and communication networks in Poland, in addition to improving their effectiveness and security. We carry out research and development projects as well as projects aimed at improving the security of Polish civilian cyberspace. Another of our important activities is educating users and promoting the concept of an information society, primarily with the goal of protecting children and young people from hazards posed by new technologies.

ZIPSEE Digital Poland is an industry employers’ organization – it brings together the largest digital and high-tech companies in Poland, including manufacturers, importers and distributors. The main goal of the organization is to care for the development of this sector in Poland

The Association actively follows and is personally involved in works on any regulations that may directly or indirectly affect the high-tech industry in our country.

One of the main objectives of ZIPSEE Digital Poland is to support and build a digital economy by, among others, spreading the idea of e-services or digitization. At the same time, Digital Poland makes sure that the development of e-solutions will be accompanied by an increase in their cybersecurity, which is related to constant improvement of social awareness and competence both among entrepreneurs and public administration.

The Committee of the Council of Ministers for Digitization (KRMC) is an auxiliary body of the Council of Ministers and the Prime Minister, established in 2012 to ensure the coordination of the implementation of IT projects of the government administration and the preparation of government documents related to computerization. KRMC is responsible for ensuring the consistency of IT projects with the strategic activities of the State.

The European Signature Dialog is a platform of major European electronic signature providers. The first European Signature Dialog took place on the 1st and 2nd of June 2017 in the heart of Europe – Vienna, attended by organisations from eleven countries. On the initiative of A-Trust, a qualified trust service provider in Austria, a joint voice of leading European stakeholders was created to tackle the need for consistency between EU and national requirements and to transform Europe into a strong player in authentication and cybersecurity.

The Polish Information Processing Society, PIPS (Polskie Towarzystwo Informatyczne, PTI) was established in 1981 as professional organization representing people who work in the IT. From its beginning the PIPS fosters links between experts from industry, academia and business promoting education, knowledge sharing, codes of conduct and skills frameworks. It voices the Society’s members opinions, needs, interests, and rights in relations with the general public, local and central government and with other associations in Poland and abroad. In 1992 PIPS was the first organisation from the post-communist countries to become a member of the Council of European Professional Information Societies (CEPIS).

ETSI is a not-for-profit Institute with more than 900 member organizations worldwide, drawn from 65 countries and five continents. Our members comprise a diversified pool of large and small private companies, research entities, academia, government and public organizations.

Samsung Electronics inspires the world and shapes the future with transformative ideas and technologies that give people the power to discover new experiences. With a constant focus on innovation and discovery, we keep redefining the worlds of TVs, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, digital appliances, network systems, and memory, system LSI, foundry and LED solutions.

Samsung Electronics is committed to improving the global community and delivering ground-breaking innovations that enhance people’s everyday lives.

ARIADNEXT is the leading European provider of digital identification services. By providing solutions based on Artificial Intelligence, ARIADNEXT offers companies the opportunity to instantly build trusting relationships with their consumers. These solutions enable them to meet regulatory challenges and anti-fraud requirements while focusing on customer experience and digital transformation.

Entrust keeps the world moving safely by enabling trusted identities, payments and data protection around the globe. Today more than ever, people demand seamless, secure experiences, whether they’re crossing borders, making a purchase, or accessing corporate networks. With our unmatched breadth of digital security and credential issuance solutions, it’s no wonder the world’s most entrusted organizations trust us.

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