Trusted Economy Forum 2022, Warsaw

Conference Materials

Day I

1.

Development of eID and trust services in the context of eIDAS 2 in 2022 and beyond

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Debate: European mobile identity wallet – a potential worth exploiting

3.

Debate: European mobile identity wallet – a potential worth exploiting

4.

Self-Sovereign-Identity – a buzzword or a new paradigm for digital identities?

5.

SPID – The Italian digital identity system – facts and benefits, opportunities for citizens and business.

6.

Market report: The paperless gap and other challenges in the digitization of documents in business

7.

Implementation of trust services in the Polsat Plus Group - a way to save 70 thousand reams of paper at points of sale

8.

Jump to the trusted revolution

9.

Signed, of course! – biometric signature implementation in a leasing company

10.

Ukraine-EU B2B relations with use of electronic signatures

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Debate: System, identity, process, data and information – how to keep transactions secure?

12.

Fireside Chat: Cyber security in geopolitical terms and the impact on business, economy and society

Day II

1.

Maturity of product design on the example of trust services

2.

Biometric signature technology as a result of a technological partnership

3.

Trust services in the cloud

4.

Trust and eID services in a new guise: attribute attestation service and other services resulting from eIDAS 2.0

5.

Fireside Chat: Impact of quantum computing on modern cryptography and trust services

6.

A zero trust approch for cross-border e-Health based in EU identity wallets and qualified attestations of attributes

7.

Fireside Chat: E-delivery - status, challenges and future potential

8.

Securing Electronic Identity with Trust - eIDAS 2

9.

eID-powered Cloud Signatures supporting eIDAS 2

10.

Fireside Chat: Independence of commercial browsers in relation to regulations

11.

Debate: Market dialogue as a driver of digital development – is it a viable scenario?