ETSI is pleased to endorse the Trusted Economy Forum event this year again and is actively shaping the conference programme:
- Riccardo Gengini, ETSI TC ESI Chair will present "Trust and eID services in a new guise: attribute attestation service and other services resulting from eIDAS 2.0"
- Michał Tabor, Member of the Electronic Signature Infrastructure Technical Committee will present "EU Wallet - technologies, design and implementation"
Trusted Economy Forum is a new version of the well-known and positively evaluated European Forum on Electronic Signatures and Trusted Services (EFPE) conference. After more than 20 years it was decided to change the name, but the values of EFPE are still important and will remain unchanged.
The mission is to integrate the technological, business, legal, administrative and academic communities in order to build digital societies, not only on a national, but on a global level.
The conference is international in nature and is addressed to representatives of the world of science, business and administration. The conference summarizes the achievements and indicates the directions of development of the e-signature technology and trust services on a global basis, thus disseminating knowledge on the above topics to a wide audience.
This year's edition will focus on the theme of Single process, signature and identity – the foundation of a trusted global economy.
For more information please visit the event website.