eIDAS and the new European Interoperability Framework – One step closer to the Single Market

The public sector accounts for a quarter of all employment and a fifth of the entire economic output of the European Union. Given the economic and social contributions of the public sector as well as it’s critical contributions as a regulator, it remains a key target for reform and a centrepiece for the push towards a Single Digital Market.

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Key Management for GDPR

How Good Key Management for the Enterprise & Cloud Reduces Compliance Risk and Mitigates the Impact of Data Breaches

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Exploring the synergy between eIDAS and the new European Interoperability Framework

The European Interoperability Framework (EIF) adopted in 2017 is the primary thrust in the EU’s effort to improve the efficiency of public service delivery across it’s member states.

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Certificates supporting the Payment Services Directive PSD2

The PSD2 Directive opens a considerable market for new solutions in e-banking, account information services and payment initiation services.

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PSD2 & eIDAS: Are social networking platforms replacing banks?

 "Banks aren’t places to store money anymore, banks are places to store data". This was the statement made by David Birch at the 2017 ISSE Conference in Brussels.

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eIDAS and the EU Digital Single Market

The "new economy" is the catch-all phrase encompassing all new mostly service based industries, especially the ones delivered on a digital platform.

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eIDAS and KYC - Facts and Impact

Completely electronic means of identification and authentication are rapidly improving the way companies can offer services to customers digitally.

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eIDAS - Enabling Banking Without Borders


The European Single Market has made it possible for large companies and small businesses to freely access one of the biggest unified markets in the world.

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Harmonizing digitally signed data between Russia and the EU - a Russian Perspective

This article discusses why cryptographically protected data exchange between the EU and Russia (and other countries) is still difficult to implement.

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