Organisers:

Medien Service


Medien Service


Patronate:

Deputy Prime Minister
and Minister of Economy
Janusz Piechociński
mg

PKN



e-izba

Silver sponsor:

TiCons

Partners:

idnext




Agenda of the conference

(as of 20.10.2014 ) [PDF]

4th International CommonSign Conference Warsaw 2014 

Electronic Signature Interoperability Summit

22 and 23 October 2014

Institute of Mathematical Machines, Warsaw, Krzywickiego 34 Str.

www.commonsign.eu                www.esig.imm.org.pl

The conference will be simultaneously interpreted into Polish and English.

 

Day 1:  22 October 2014

Leading topic:  eIDAS  Regulation

09.30 – 10.00: registration of conference and test participants, morning coffee 

10.00 – 10.30 opening of the Conference:  Arkadiusz Bąk – the Undersecretary of State, the Ministry of Economy, Marek Hołyński – Director, the Institute of Mathematical Machines, Wesław Paluszyński – the Vice President of the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications 

 
Presentations and announcements:
10.30 – 11.00 – "Implementation of new EU Regulation on e-identification and trust services” –  Arkadiusz Bąk, the Ministry of Economy  
11.00 – 11.20 – “New approach to testing e-signature solutions” – Laboratory of an Electronic Signature at the Institute of Mathematical Machines  [PDF]
11.20 - 11.50 -  "The eIDAS Regulation and market expectations with respect to e-signature and e-identity" - Wieslaw Paluszyński, Committee for Better Infomatization of Poland, Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications [PDF]
 
11.50 – 12.20 – coffee break 
 
Presentations and announcements:
12.20 – 12.50 - “eiDAS  Token in the context of eIDAS Regulation" – Charles-Henri Menseau, ANTS  [PDF]
12.50 -  13.10 - “eIDAS – Legislation, Standarization, e-Services: perspectives” – Daniel Wachnik, the Institute of Mathematical Machines  [PDF]
13.10 – 13.40 – “eID and digital signatures - Estonian cross-border experience and future plans" – Mark Erlich, Estonian Information System Authority
13.40 – 14.05- “eIDAS, an electronic signature for people” – Michał Tabor, Trusted Information Consulting [PDF]
 
14.05 – 14.45:  lunch
 
14.45 – 15.10 – “European SD-DSS tool: The challenges of the digital interoperability” -  Robert Bielecki, ARHS   [PDF]
15.10 – 15.30 – “e-Identity vs e-Services for population” – Piotr Dudzic, Center for Information Technology of the Ministry of the Interior 
15.30 – 15.55 - “Electronic signature in cross-border services. Experiences of pilot European projects”– Jarosław Tomaszewski, the Institute of Logistics and Warehousing [PDF]
 
 
15.55 – 16.30 panel discussion concerning “Regulation eIDAS  – are we at last heading to happy ending with an electronic signature?”, conducted by: Sławomir Cieśliński, Medien Service, participants: the above mentioned speakers 
 
16.30 – closing of the first day of the conference 
 
 
 
Day 2:  23 October 2014
Leading topic: Electronic signature in business and economic practice 
 
09.30 - 10.00: registration of the Conference participants, morning coffee  
 
Presentations and announcement:
10.00 – 10.25 - “Electronic commerce and trust services” – Grzegorz Wójcik, the Chamber of Electronic Economy   [PDF]
10.25 – 10.50 – “National Health Protection Fund (NFZ) as a supplier of qualified electronic trust services. Context of eIDAS Regulation” – Marek Ujejski, the National Health Protection Fund   [PDF]
10.50 – 11.20 – “Project STORK” – Artur Laszcz, ATOS
11.20 – 11.50 – “Autenti – the first platform in Poland for authorization of documents and conclusion of agreements in the Internet” –  Łukasz Rzepecki, Autenti   [PDF]
11.50 – 12.20 – “E-statements service or history of mass digital service origin” – Roman Janczarek, Ministry of Finance  [PDF]
 
12.20 - 12.50 - coffee break
 
12.50 – 13.15 –"Serwer-side signing in the context of the eIDAS Regulation" - Ari Seror, ARX  [PDF]
13.15 - 13.40 - “How did identification cards went into relationship with systems of an electronic signature. From the perspective of international standards and legal act development” - Andrzej Ruciński, Chair KT 172, Polish Committee for Standardization   [PDF]
13.40– 13.55 – “Ensuring the availibity of web transaction services and authorization functions for people with disabilities" - Jan Szuster  [PDF]
 
13.55 -14.30 -  Presentation of the project of Declaration prepared by the CommonSign Conference participants on introduction of the European Parliament Regulation and of the Council no 910/2014 dated 23.07.2014 (eIDAS) in Poland, discussion conducted by Sławomir Cieślińskiego and adoption of the Declaration's contents
 
14.30 –  Summary, closing of the CommonSign Conference 2014 - Marek Hołyński, Director of the Institute of Mathematical Machines
 
14.40 – 15.40:  lunch
 
Note:
The organizer will spare no attempt for the conference to take place according to the above agenda but partial modifications are possible. 
 

Our guests

Robert Bielecki

He was born in Poland in 1970. Today he lives between France and England.
With 23 years of experience in IT and as a former teacher at CNAM (France) and IBM (Belgium), he acquired strong experience in object-oriented design and architecture. In his career, he has worked in many countries, in a wide range of sectors such as: industry, education, banking and administration. He was also involved in various types of projects with teams based in different locations including managing outsourcing projects in India.
For over two years, he has been in charge of the SD-DSS project for the European Commission. He found his bearings quickly, and proposed several significant changes in the architecture of the framework. Attracted by the field and the complexity he acquired an extensive knowledge of the standards, the basis of the digital signature. He takes part in ETSI workshops as a councillor for EC.
He is actively involved in the promoting of the European SD-DSS project and participates in many conferences in Member States. He is also interested in the work of ETSI standardization of the emerging field of quantum and post quantum cryptography.

Mark Erlich

Area Manager, Interoperability Section
Information System Authority, Estonia
Education - BSc in Computer Engineering.
In past he has been working for five years on R&D projects with main topic on hardware solutions (microcontrollers, RFID) for industrial tracking systems.
In 2009 he got involved in national eID project and since 2010 he has been working as Area Manager at Estonian Information System Authority. He is responsible for strategy of national eID and management of eID projects at strategic level.

Charles-Henri Menseau

An expert in Identity & eServices.
He is a graduate of Paris Dauphine (GEA, MSG, and DESS 226) and ENST- (Master Security SIR).
He has experience working for various European Ministries and Institutions. He operates in the design and implementation of large-scale identity systems and has solid experience in the field of management assistance and project management in highly regulated and demanding environments.
He is a member of the technical committees of ETSI ESIeSignature Standartization & the ISO standardization of biometric technologies JTC1/SC37.

 
 
 
 



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