The V go.eIDAS Summit 2021 will take place as online to gather international experts and stakeholder in the sector of secure digital identities, trust services and mobile government to exchange latest experiences, knowledge and ideas.
What is the eIDAS Regulation?
The regulation (EU) No 910/2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market, which is commonly known as “eIDAS-Regulation” was introduced in 2014 and has been fully in force since 1st July 2016. On 29th September 2018 a major milestone has been reached, as the EU-wide recognition of notified eID-schemes started.
The eIDAS-Regulation has been fully in force for five years now and is facing a revision which will pave the way for even more successful application of secure digital identities in the future.
Our Project Leader Matteo Gerosa will join the event and showcase “The INTERLINK project: innovating government through service co-delivery” in the section The Future of eGovernment – Towards implementing the Single Digital Gateway.
The go.eIDAS Association
The Summit is managed by the go.eIDAS-Association. The go.eIDAS-Association continues to promote the use of the eID systems and trust services addressed in the eIDAS-Regulation and the related technological developments and supports the creation of open standards as well as suitable framework conditions for the trustworthy digitization of business and administrative processes in Europe and beyond.
What about the go.eIDAS Initiative?
Against this background, leading European associations, projects and expert organisations in the sector of eID and trust joined forces to launch the non-profit go.eIDAS-Initiative, an open initiative, which welcomes all interested organisations and individual people which are committed to the aforementioned goals.
The go.eIDAS-Initiative invites all stakeholders within the eIDAS-Ecosystem, such as application providers, eID-related stakeholders, trust service providers, conformity assessment bodies, other service providers, regulatory authorities and other public sector bodies, publicly funded projects and initiatives, academic institutions and standard development organisations, whereas commercial organisations shall demonstrate reasonable pro bono aspects related to their participation.