Last year the European eIDAS regulation came to effect, which allows cooperation between identification systems of governments for their own services. But this does not change easily authentication for banking, shopping, proving one’s age or education. This all still needs different methods and credentials.
In this workshop we bring together people to discuss the steps needed on top of eIDAS, to make identification and authentication on the Internet easy and trustworthy.
Andrea Servida (HoU EC CNECT/eGovernment and Trust): eIDAS, its status and future developments.
Bart Jacobs (prof Radboud Univ Nijmegen, NL): IRMA, a privacy respecting and user friendly eID system
Elly Plooij – van Gorsel (Chair of the Dutch Government Committee on eID) eID developments in The Netherlands
Ghassan Karame (NecLab, DE): Block Chain for eID management
Stephan Krenn (AIT, AT): Privacy preserving Self-Sovereign ID management.
In cooperaton with Trust in Digital Life
In the morning we will explore cross-vertical challenges and opportunities in research, emerging ecosystems, and societal trends. We will highlight the impact and importance of pursuing a collaborative approach and look at future topics and technologies that will impact upon intelligent connectivity and IoT in Horizon Europe.
Join the debate on cutting-edge technologies with Europe’s leading Internet of Things organization. Hear about our vision for future European IoT Network with leading IoT players in Europe.
Mark your calendars and join us in Brussels on 10 and 11 December 2019 for the must-attend event of the year: ecta Regulatory Conference 2019.