June 8-9, 2022, Sound Garden Hotel, Warsaw

Single process, signature and identity – the foundation of a trusted global economy.

TRUSTED ECONOMY FORUM. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE. WORLDWIDE KNOWN EXPERTS.

TRUSTED ECONOMY FORUM

The Trusted Economy Forum is one of the largest international conference devoted to electronic trust services, including electronic signature, as well as electronic identification and digital security, in the world. It presents all the issues covered from the perspective of the entire market and their impact on the economy.

Trust services get a makeover

The conference is an extension of the European Forum on Electronic Signature and Trust Services (EFES), which has been organized for more than 20 years. The speakers at the Trusted Economy Forum are world-renowned experts and specialists in the fields of law, technology, and the practice of using electronic trust and identification services or the extremely important cyber security.

The Trusted Economy Forum is a place to discuss the directions and needs of the digital economy and to share experiences of hitherto applications of technologies related to trust services.

Digitalization, trends, eIDAS 2.0

Experts from the Trusted Economy Forum will present changes in Polish, European and global standards and legislation, including eIDAS 2.0 and their impact on the development of technology, security of business and socio-economic processes. Attendees will learn about the latest trends in driving digital transformation of enterprises and government using trusted services, incorporating UX, CX best practices and customer expectations.

ID wallet, postQuantum, blockchain

Guests at the Trusted Economy Forum will discuss the digital identity wallet and how to use it across industries. The program will also feature issues related to identity and securing electronic transactions in selected sectors. The topic of trust services in the context of quantum technology development, post-Quantum security, and what trust services might look like in blockchain technology will be discussed.  E-delivery and cyber security of trust services will be important topics, as well as what new trust services will stem from eIDAS2.

Digital, trusted economy

If you want to learn how to safely guide your company through digitization of processes, how to achieve significant business benefits from digital transformation and be an active participant in the trusted economy, join us at the Trusted Economy Forum.

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Download topics of the conference

10:00
Opening of the conference
10:00
THEME BLOCK I:
Market transformation in 2021/2022 in eID and trust services: Poland, Europe, the World
10:10
Development of eID and trust services in the context of eIDAS 2 in 2022 and beyond
Evgenia Nikolouzou, Cybersecurity Officer in Policy Development and Implementation Unit, ENISA
10:10
10:25
Debate: European mobile identity wallet – a potential worth exploiting
Moderator - Sławomir Górniak, Senior Cyber Security Expert, ENISA

Participants:
- Dalius Kubylis, IT Product Director, Center for Informatics Technology, Poland
- prof. Kai Rannenberg, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main
- Sebastian Elfors, Senior Architect, IDnow
10:25
11:15
EU Wallet – technologies, design and implementation
Michał Tabor, Partner, Obserwatorium.biz
11:15
11:30
Self-Sovereign-Identity – a buzzword or a new paradigm for digital identities?
Franziska Granc, Project Manager of Safe Digital Identities, Nimbus Technologieberatung GmbH
11:30
11:45
SPID – The Italian digital identity system – facts and benefits, opportunities for citizens and business.
Viki Manaila, Trust Services Director, Intesi Group S.p.A
11:45
12:00
Lunch
12:00
THEME BLOCK II:
Business and partnerships: digital transformation in practice
13:00
Presentation
Soon
13:00
13:20
Implementation of trust services in the Polsat Plus Group - a way to save 70 thousand reams of paper at points of sale
Paweł Baranowski, Business Area Manager - Project Portfolio Manager – IT Business Partner,
Polkomtel SP z.o.o. (part of Polsat Plus Group)
13:20
13:35
Jump to the trusted revolution
Krzysztof Polcyn, Innovation Director, Europejski Fundusz Leasingowy
Adam Mioduszewski, Senior Innovation Designer, Europejski Fundusz Leasingowy
13:35
13:50
Signed, of course! – biometric signature implementation in a leasing company
Magdalena Reimann, Head of Digital Service Development, Santander Leasing Poland
Mariusz Włodarczyk, Managing Director, Santander Leasing Poland
13:50
14:05
Coffee Break
14:05
THEME BLOCK III:
Cyber security – geopolitics, business, trust
14:25
Ukraine-EU B2B relations with use of electronic signatures
Andrii Melashchenko, Senior Researcher, Institute of Cybernetics NAS of Ukraine
14:25
14:40
Fire Chat: Cyber security in geopolitical terms and the impact on business, economy and society
Moderator - Michał Kanownik, President, Digital Poland Association

Participants:
Izabela Albrycht, Chair of the Programme Board, European Cyber Security Forum
14:40
15:00
Debate: System, identity, process, data and information – how to keep transactions secure?
Moderator - Mirosław Maj, CIO, ComCERT S.A.

Sławomir Górniak, Senior Cybersecurity Expert,ENISA
Michał Kurek, Partner, Business Advisory, Head of Cyber Security in CEE and Poland, KPMG
Paweł Wałuszko - Business Development Manager - Cybersecurity Expert, TestArmy Group S.A.
Clemens Wanko , Head Trust Infrastructure Division / Head Certification Division eIDAS, eID and Trust Services, TUV Austria
15:00
15:50
End of the first day
15:50
16:00
Break
16:00
19:00
22:00
Dinner and side event
19:00
22:00
UNFOLD
Time zone UTC +2. The organizer reserves the right to introduce changes to the agenda.

Speakers

Izabela

Albrycht

Chair of the Program Committee of CYBERSEC — European Cybersecurity Forum

Paweł

Baranowski

Business Area Manager - Business Partner, Department of Business Cooperation, Architecture and IT Projects, POLKOMTEL SP. Z O.O.

Miłosz

Brakoniecki

Co-founder of Poland’s largest crowd-funding site Siepomaga.pl and the Siepomaga.pl Foundation, Polska 5.0 Foundation as well as FinTechs Rachuneo and Compay

Paul Van

Brouwershaven

Expert European Signature Dialog, Director Technology Compliance, ENTRUST

Tomasz

Chomicki

Member of major chambers of commerce for IT and Telecommunications and Consumer Electronics

Sebastian

Elfors

Senior Architect, IDNOW

Riccardo

Genghini

ETSI ESI Chairperson

Sławomir

Górniak

Senior Ccybersecurity expert, ENISA

Zbigniew

Jagiełło

Member of the Supervisory Board, BLIK.COM

Michał

Kanownik

President of the Board of the Digital Poland Association (ZIPSEE)

Dalius

Kubylis

IT Product Director, CENTER FOR INFORMATICS TECHNOLOGY, Poland

Michał

Kurek

Partner, KPMG, Head of Cyber Security in Poland and CEE

Mirosław

Maj

Founder and president of the Cybersecurity Foundation, Vice-president, COMCERT

Viky

Manaila

Trust Services Director – INTESI GROUP, Italy

Andrii

Melashchenko

Senior Researcher - INSTITUTE OF CYBERNETICS NAS of Ukraine, Board Member - NATIONAL STANDARDIZATION BODY OF UKRAINE

Artur

Miękina

Sales Director of Key Projects at ASSECO DATA SYSTEMS — eID, eIDAS expert

Krzysztof

Polcyn

Kai

Rannenberg

Chair of Mobile Business & Multilateral Security, GOETHE UNIVERSITY FRANKFURT

Magdalena

Reimann

Dyrektor Biura Rozwoju Obsługi Cyfrowej, SANTANDER LEASING SA

Dariusz

Szostek

Partner and founder, SZOSTEK-BAR AND PARTNERS LAW FIRM

Michał

Tabor

Partner, OBSERWATORIUM.BIZ

Paweł

Waluszko

Business Development Manager - Cybersecurity Expert, TESTARMY GROUP S.A.

Clemens

Wanko

Head Trust Infrastructure Division, TUV TRUST IT and eIDAS Accredited Conformity Assessment Body TUV AUSTRIA CERT

Mariusz

Włodarczyk

Managing Director, SANTANDER LEASING

WIĘCEJ

Izabela

Albrycht

Chair of the Program Committee of CYBERSEC — European Cybersecurity Forum

Paweł

Baranowski

Business Area Manager - Business Partner, Department of Business Cooperation, Architecture and IT Projects, POLKOMTEL SP. Z O.O.

Miłosz

Brakoniecki

Co-founder of Poland’s largest crowd-funding site Siepomaga.pl and the Siepomaga.pl Foundation, Polska 5.0 Foundation as well as FinTechs Rachuneo and Compay

Paul Van

Brouwershaven

Expert European Signature Dialog, Director Technology Compliance, ENTRUST

Tomasz

Chomicki

Member of major chambers of commerce for IT and Telecommunications and Consumer Electronics

Sebastian

Elfors

Senior Architect, IDNOW

Riccardo

Genghini

ETSI ESI Chairperson

Sławomir

Górniak

Senior Ccybersecurity expert, ENISA

Zbigniew

Jagiełło

Member of the Supervisory Board, BLIK.COM

Michał

Kanownik

President of the Board of the Digital Poland Association (ZIPSEE)

Dalius

Kubylis

IT Product Director, CENTER FOR INFORMATICS TECHNOLOGY, Poland

Michał

Kurek

Partner, KPMG, Head of Cyber Security in Poland and CEE

Mirosław

Maj

Founder and president of the Cybersecurity Foundation, Vice-president, COMCERT

Viky

Manaila

Trust Services Director – INTESI GROUP, Italy

Andrii

Melashchenko

Senior Researcher - INSTITUTE OF CYBERNETICS NAS of Ukraine, Board Member - NATIONAL STANDARDIZATION BODY OF UKRAINE

Artur

Miękina

Sales Director of Key Projects at ASSECO DATA SYSTEMS — eID, eIDAS expert

Jerzy

Pejaś

Chair of the Programme Committee
University Dean of IT Department
ZUT

Krzysztof

Polcyn

Kai

Rannenberg

Chair of Mobile Business & Multilateral Security, GOETHE UNIVERSITY FRANKFURT

Magdalena

Reimann

Dyrektor Biura Rozwoju Obsługi Cyfrowej, SANTANDER LEASING SA

Andrzej

Ruciński

Advisor to the President of the Board
ASSECO DATA SYSTEMS

Dariusz

Szostek

Partner and founder, SZOSTEK-BAR AND PARTNERS LAW FIRM

Michał

Tabor

Partner, OBSERWATORIUM.BIZ

Andrea

Valle

Sr. Product Manager Document Cloud
ADOBE

Paweł

Waluszko

Business Development Manager - Cybersecurity Expert, TESTARMY GROUP S.A.

Clemens

Wanko

Head Trust Infrastructure Division, TUV TRUST IT and eIDAS Accredited Conformity Assessment Body TUV AUSTRIA CERT

Mariusz

Włodarczyk

Managing Director, SANTANDER LEASING

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The programme committee

Izabela

Albrycht

Chair of the Program Committee of CYBERSEC — European Cybersecurity Forum

Riccardo

Genghini

ETSI ESI Chairperson

Sławomir

Górniak

Senior Ccybersecurity expert, ENISA

Zbigniew

Jagiełło

Member of the Supervisory Board, BLIK.COM

PhD Eng

Jerzy

Pejaś

Chair of the Programme Committee
University Dean of IT Department
ZUT

Andrzej

Ruciński

Advisor to the President of the Board
ASSECO DATA SYSTEMS

Associate Proffesor

Dariusz

Szostek

Partner and founder, SZOSTEK-BAR AND PARTNERS LAW FIRM

Michał

Tabor

Partner, OBSERWATORIUM.BIZ

Andrea

Valle

Sr. Product Manager Document Cloud
ADOBE

WIĘCEJ

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Electronic signature in the economy and state administration
26-28.09
Electronic signature and PKI – global trends, experiences and expectations
4-6.06
Electronic signature and PKI – global trends, experiences and expectations
2-4.06
Security and standardization of trust services
1-3.06
Interoperability of PKI systems in the European Union countries and in the world
7-9.06
Legal and technical aspects of recognition of electronic documents in various countries of the world and in international trade
30.05–01.06
Directions of development of electronic signature services in Poland and in the world
3-5.06
The role of electronic signature in the information society – a slogan or a real need?
10-11.06
European plan for the development of electronic signature and identity
6-8.06
Electronic Identification of Citizens, e-Authentication and Electronic Signature in the digital single market
4-6.06
Analysis of the state of construction of the single electronic market and the European area of trust
5-7.06
Trusted electronic services in the international digital market
4-6.06
EU regulation on electronic identification and trust services eIDAS (electronic identification authentication signature) – new possibilities and opportunities for the electronic economy
10-11.06
New legal and technological order in the international electronic economy: the eIDAS regulation – from electronic signature to trust services
9-10.06
Identification and trust services (eIDAS) – the benefits of a uniform, cross-border digital market
6-7.06
Digital Identification and Mobile e-Services – Security and Accessibility
6-7.06
Ubiquity of e-identification and cloud-based trust services – a digital market available to everyone
29-30.05
Paperless business. Inevitable or impossible?
30.09
Trusted economy
10.06
E-identification and trust services – the future of the digital economy

The EFES to the Trusted Economy Forum. A new dimension of the global economy

For more than two decades, the EFES has brought together experts and professionals in the fields of law, technology and practitioners using electronic trust services. The last edition of the forum was held on June 10, 2021. Ewelina Chudy, Manager of the Trusted Economy Forum Conference Organization Office, explains what influenced such a decision of the organizers and what are the further plans.

For over twenty years, June has been a month marked by the European Forum on Electronic Signature and Trust Services (EFES). An event, which over the past years has gained the rank of the largest international conference devoted to electronic trust services, including electronic signature, as well as electronic identification and digital security, in Europe.

Where did the idea to change the approach to the trust services conference come from? After all, the formula has worked so far.

It is true, it worked and was very popular not only with the audience in Poland but also with foreign experts. The last edition of the European Forum on Electronic Signature and Trust Services, held in June 2021, gathered more than 700 participants from dozens of countries around the world in front of computer monitors. It is a result that fills us with pride. However, appetite coms with eating. We know that the conference has much more potential, both geographically and in terms of content, so we were keen to grow it in those areas.

So far we have covered national and European topics, hence the old name “European Forum.” This was prompted by regulations at the European Union level in the form of the eIDAS regulation, which regulates the market for trust services. It was natural for us to want to navigate an area that is close to us. Last year we made the decision that it was time to branch out. Especially as the conference attracted increasing interest from participants outside Europe. The pandemic was one factor that solidified this decision.

Why is that?

The market changes of the last two years have not only accelerated the digitization of all branches of the economy, administration and social life, but have also strongly influenced the need for even greater opening of the international market. In my opinion, never before has the need and opportunity to do business digitally across borders been as important and necessary as it has been during the past two years.

Rapidly advancing globalization, not only in the business area, but also in the social or cultural area, forces us to think, plan and design technology in such a way that it can be used, regardless of territorial boundaries. Technology that will be uniform, safe and universal. And what else can provide security for these processes but trust services?

What does the new name of the conference – “Trusted Economy Forum” – mean?

The new name has two dimensions. Firstly – “Economy” – we want to look at the topic of trust services through the prism of not the tool itself, but how it affects the building of business, economy or administrative processes. The services themselves do not exist without a market environment that, on the one hand, allows for their development through the demands made by the recipients of these services and, on the other hand, is subject to constant review.

Secondly – as a certification center we are obliged to ensure that the services we offer are fully secure and form the basis for the security of our customers’ processes. Hence the word “Trusted” in the name. We are committed and will strive to ensure that the security of economic processes is based on the use of trust services, including electronic signatures and electronic identification.

What is the premise of the new iteration of the conference? What goals do you want to pursue?

The Trusted Economy Forum will become a space for discussion, exchange of views and experiences for experts from various fields. Our subject area will invariably be electronic identification, trust services including electronic signatures and practical methods of their application in the processes of digital transformation of enterprises and public administration.

We want to build a space where business representatives will have a chance to undertake education in the field of digitalization of business processes, they will be able to talk to leaders in particular sectors, gain knowledge from them and share experience. Hear about what digital transformation looks like in practice, how to prepare for it, how the process works, but also what benefits you can expect at the end.

What is the target audience for the Trusted Economy Forum and why?

Our mission is to integrate the technology, business, legal, administrative, and academic communities to build digital societies, not just nationally, but globally. The broad scope of the target group means that the meeting agenda will include topics related to technology in terms of law, new solutions and practical applications. There will be room for both theory and practical knowledge. You are cordially invited to participate on June 8 and 9, 2022. The event will be held in a hybrid format.

Our history

Organizatorzy

Partner

Partner merytoryczny

Patronaty honorowe

Asseco is the leader of digitization in Poland* and the largest IT company in the region of Central and Eastern Europe. For over 30 years, it has been developing technologically advanced software for companies from key sectors of the economy. The company is present in 60 countries around the world and employs 30,000 people. It develops both organically and through acquisitions – it has carried out over 115 of them since 2004. Asseco’s companies are listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), NASDAQ and Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

*according to Computerworld TOP200 report

Od ponad 20 lat rozwijamy w Certum bezpieczeństwo cyfrowe. Specjalizujemy się w usługach certyfikacyjnych potwierdzających tożsamości w internecie oraz dostarczamy rozwiązania zapewniające wiarygodność i bezpieczeństwo dokumentów, danych elektronicznych i urządzeń.

Dążymy do tego, żeby biznesy naszych klientów mogły się dynamicznie rozwijać, zachowując pełna odporność na cyberataki i inne zewnętrzne zagrożenia. Wykorzystując nowoczesne osiągnięcia technologiczne, tworzymy rozwiązania, które pomagają naszym klientom sprawniej, wygodniej i bezpieczniej poruszać się w wirtualnym świecie.

Certum tworzy kompetentny i doświadczony zespół ponad 150 specjalistów, któremu zaufały już setki tysięcy firm i instytucji na całym świecie. Bogate, wieloletnie doświadczenie poparte specjalistyczną wiedzą pozwala nam realizować nawet najbardziej skomplikowane i zaawansowane technicznie projekty. Kładziemy przy tym szczególnych nacisk na zgodność świadczonych usług z obowiązującymi uwarunkowaniami prawnymi i normalizacyjnymi. Więcej informacji na www.certum.pl

Entrust keeps the world moving safely by enabling trusted identities, payments and data protection. Today more than ever, people demand seamless, secure experiences, whether they’re crossing borders, making a purchase, accessing e-government services or logging into corporate networks. Entrust offers an unmatched breadth of digital security and credential issuance solutions at the very heart of all these interactions. With more than 2,500 colleagues, a network of global partners, and customers in over 150 countries, it’s no wonder the world’s most entrusted organizations trust us. 

We are a software company that creates technologically innovative tools that make everyday work and life easier. Programming and digital competences allow us to design solutions that are not only practical and functional, but also environmentally friendly. Our flagship product – signaturiX – is the best example. It enables convenient and safe handwritten signing of documents digitally. It significantly translates into acceleration and automation of business processes in the company, eliminating errors when filling in documents and reducing costs related to paper handling.

Our products and services are recognized by great companies as well as in the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises. We are a proud part of Hass Holding – an organization with rich traditions and many years of experience on the Polish and international market.

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.

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.

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.

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.

ETSI provides members with an open and inclusive environment to support the development, ratification and testing of globally applicable standards for ICT systems and services across all sectors of industry and society. We are a non-profit body, with more than 950 member organizations worldwide, drawn from 64 countries and five continents. The members comprise a diversified pool of large and small private companies, research entities, academia, government, and public organizations. ETSI is officially recognized by the EU as a European Standards Organization (ESO). For more information, please visit us at https://www.etsi.org/

CEE Digital Coalition is an association of digital industry organisations from Central Eastern Europe, cooperating for digital transformation of the economy and informational society ready for challenges of the 21st century. 17 organisations from 11 countries in the region are engaged in Coalition’s activity. CEE Digital Coalition has been established in 2020 on initiative of Digital Poland Association in order to support the authorities and the business in promoting CEE as a digitisation hub of Europe. CEE Digital Coalition pursuits goals set out in „Warsaw Digital Declaration” in fields of digital competence, cybersecurity, and data management. It promotes investments in advanced technology and strives for common access to digital services for citizens. CEE Digital Coalition is a host of yearly meeting of the region’s digital industry, policy makers and digital transformation experts known as CEE Digital Summit.

The main mission of the Institute of Economic Diplomacy is to promote economic development and build a new quality in economic diplomacy, based on the principles of Pragmatism, Efficiency and Reliability in business activities. The foundation for several years has been successfully implementing international projects, providing independent opinions, as well as reliable and valuable texts on economic diplomacy. These activities have been a source of knowledge for those who deal with business and international relations on a daily basis, as well as for those interested in mentioned areas.

Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit non-governmental organization established over 22 years ago. The Chamber associates both Polish and Spanish Companies engaged in commercial and scientific cooperation. The idea of creating the Chamber appeared directly among the entrepreneurs and today we associate about 100 Member Companies and we count on a continuous increase in the number of companies working with us.

The Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce provides services at the highest level, always tailored to the individual needs of the company. Our goal is to help Polish companies to enter the Spanish market and Spanish companies to enter the Polish market, as well as to support enterprises in maintaining a stable position and increasing profits. Our experience and extensive network of contacts guarantee competent service and excellent results.