What use are the entrepreneurs going to make from the amendment of the laws regarding unification of the electronic signature? What are the major changes? Coming XIV European Forum on Electronic Signature (EFPE), which will take place in Międzyzdroje, Poland on 4–6 June, will give us the answer to these and many other questions regarding the new European regulation.
- Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council regarding the Electronic Identification and Trust Services for Electronic Transactions in the Internal Market (eIDAS) can become a milestone in running a company in European Union – says Tomasz Litarowicz, Business Unit Director Electronic Signature in Unizeto Technologies – Regulations, applicable from July 2014, will unify the laws concerning Electronic Signature and trust services.
Specialists monitoring the market are seeing opportunities for further development of the online business in these changes – for citizens, consumers and entrepreneurs.
European commission is already in a process of introduction and preparation of implementation of the legal acts in individual member states, so that changes can be performed efficiently with no administrative issues.
What can entrepreneurs count on after introduction of eIDAS?
- improved legal security during activities performed electronically, eg signing contracts or incurring obligations,
- better image of the e-commerce market,
- free access to public and commercial tenders,
- sales expansion within European Union,
- more efficient and quicker solving of the company running related issues.
Between 4-6 June 2014 in Aurora Hotel**** in Międzyzdroje XIV European Forum on Electronic Signature will take place. Organizers are Unizeto Technologies SA and West Pomeranian University of Technology. Topics concerning legal, business and security matters in the context of eIDAS are going to be discussed.
EFPE is the biggest conference in Europe regarding electronic signature, PKI and electronic identification.
Honorary patrons are: Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Poland, Deputy Prime Minister Janusz Piechociński, Minister of Justice Jacek Biernacki, European Telecommunications Standards Institute, United Nations Commision on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), The Committee of the Sejm of Innovation and New Technologies of the Republic of Poland, Polish Committee for Standardization and Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications.
We invite everybody interested in changes to visit the website and learn about the complete program of the event. Current information will also be published in social media (Facebook, Twitter).
Registration online: efpe.pl