2015 – Program

Riccardo Genghini, The Chairman of the Technical Committee ESI, European Telecommunications Standards Institute, Italy
Standards and eIDAS regulation: opportunities and challenges

Peter Lipp, European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), Austria
ETSI Signature Validation Standard

Yurii Kozlov, “The Information Centre” at the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, Ukraine
Normative and technological aspects of the implementation of eIDAS Regulation in Ukraine

Marco Fernandez Gonzalez, Elena Alampi, European Commission, Belgium
eIDAS Regulation: state of play of implementation

Kazimierz Schmidt, Minister Counsellor at the Information Department, Ministry of Administration and Digitization, Poland
Understandig eIDAS, when does electronic identification end and trust services begin – do we need the answer to such question?

Marek Ujejski, National Health Fund, Poland
Health Profesionals Card and Health Patient Card as a identification means fullfilling Levels HIGH due to requirements lay down on Implementing Act

Jerzy Pejaś, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Poland
Top 10 issues of the eIDAS Regulation implementation in Poland

Michał Tabor, Expert of Polish Chamber of IT and Telecommunications (PIIT) in the area of identification, authentication and electronic signature, Poland
Confirm it with an e-seal

Arno Fiedler, European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI), Germany
Requirements for qualified website certificates

Clemens Wanko, TÜViT, Germany
eIDAS Regulation – Changes in certification and supervision for Trust Services

Sławomir Górniak, ENISA, Greece
ENISA actions with regard to eIDAS Regulation

Christian Kuhn, Gemalto, France
Extend PKI use cases to mobility. Leveraging Bluetooth Smart technology.
Develop cloud signing services. Leveraging HSM in the cloud.

Luca Castellani, Secretary, Working Group IV (Electronic Commerce), Secretariat of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), Austria
The use of UNCITRAL texts in facilitating cross-border recognition of electronic signatures

Jon Ølnes, Senior Consultant, UniBridge, Norway
Trusting 100s of trust services – architectural models for cross-border e-signatures

Richard Wang, WoSign, China
Electronic Signature Application in China

Iñigo Barreira, Izenpe, Spain
Meaning of the Google’s CT model for trust service providers

Tatiana Stankevich, Gazinformservis, Russia
Legal and technological time aspects as common trust space setting to legally significant electronic documents

Robert Bielecki, ARhS, Luxembourg
Cross-border signature validation: Necessity of a validation report

Marcin Szulga, Unizeto Technologies SA, Poland
Trust Services in the Cloud – In Search of Business Value: Architectural Challenges

Grzegorz Wójcik, President of the Board, Autenti sp. z o.o., Polska
Electronic signature – cooperation of many trust service providers (experience of Autenti)

prof. Aleksandr Potii, “Institute of information technologies” SA, Ukraine
National strategy of electronic identification of Ukraine. “White book” project of e-government

Aleksei Ivanov, Managing Director Leader Telecom B.V., Russia/Netherlands
Latest trends of using Extended Validation Certificates

Jana Krimpe, Best Solutions, Azerbaijan
Asan Imza (Mobile-ID) – unique platform in m-Government of Azerbaijan

Sandor Szoke, Microsec ltd., Hungary
The Next Generation Mobile Based Authentication Solution

Daniel Lancien, Opentrust, France
When I sign, what really matters?

Govind Yadav, Senior Sales Engineer, GlobalSign, Great Britain
PKI for the Modern Enterprise – Securing the IoT and Automating Deployments

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.
www.etsi.org

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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