The Hungarian Association for Electronic Signature (MELASZ), INTEGRITY Ltd. and the Institute for Computer Science and Control (SZTAKI), as well as the Council of Hungarian Internet Providers (ISZT) are launching the “Electronic Signature Day” event for establishing a new tradition. The idea came from the fact that Bill Clinton signed the U.S. Electronic Signature Act on June 30, 2000, so that day has been known as “ESIGN Day” in the United States.
The organizers goals are the following:
The presentations cover a historical overview of the electronic signature field as well as the legal and technological changes that have taken place in recent years. Current curiosities of electronic signatures are presented on this event every year, and an insight into the future solutions can also be gained.
One of the cornerstones of a trusted economy is the field of electronic authentication, electronic signing and sealing technologies. In these areas, we have numerous research and development, which ensure that electronic authentication procedures will be used continuously in everyday life in the future.
|Ferenc, dr. Kósa
|The President of MELASZ welcomes the participants to the conference.
|Institute for Computer Science and Control
|Pál Ormos gives a welcome speech on behalf of SZTAKI.
|Council of Hungarian Internet Providers
|Tibor Dravecz gives a welcome speech on behalf of the ISZT.
|Practical experience of eGovernment developments, future development directions
|In the presentation we will present the electronic (personal) identification, authentication, electronic delivery and administration solutions provided by NISZ Zrt. and their practical experiences, as well as the ongoing developments.
|László Péter, Szegfű
|Electronic literacy in the financial sector
|The possibilities of literacy in the financial sector, including current changes
|Trust services in the light of the Cybersecurity Certification Act
|An overview of the obligations for fiduciary services in the context of the Cyber Certification Act.
|Ferenc, dr. Kósa
|The pillars of electronic administration
|The three necessary prerequisites for electronic administration (identification, authentication, delivery) in practice
|What we currently know about the eIDAS wallet...
|The eIDAS 2 is still being developed, but we can see the directions from the drafts. The presentation will focus on the EUDI Wallet out of these changes, trying to show what can be expected.
|András, dr. Csiky
|Jambrik Ügyvédi Iroda
|Status of NIS 2 implementation
|The presentation will provide information on the creation and current status of the NIS2 Directive.
|Id&Trust Kft. (GoodID)
|The evolution of electronic signature in Hungary, from SSCD to EUDI Wallet
In the first half of the presentation, the evolution of electronic signatures through legislative changes and standards will be presented, and in the second half, the benefits of advanced signatures will be explained.
|The trust provider's options for identification
The presentation will showcase the identification capabilities of trust service providers in Hungary, including Microsec's eID Kiosk project, where customers can obtain a free certificate in minutes using the eSecurity identification feature in a self-service manner.
|Attribute certificates - Theory and practice
|The presentation will cover the state of standardisation in the attribute field and what the use of attribute certificates looks like in practice.
|(i4p), Trident HSM
|MPC in the HSM
|The Trident HSM is the first in the world to support multi-party cryptography, as will be demonstrated in the presentation.
|Imre, Dr. Dósa
|From identification to preservation
|The dilemmas of electronic connections in practice. What do we encounter? What are the main issues?
|Tibor, ifj. Lengyel
|Electronic delivery with authenticity
|ePostOffice is Hungary's first qualified delivery service provider. This presentation describes the services and operations of the TSP.
|Latest research trends vs. Practice
|The presentation will show how trends and development directions can be identified from a mass textual analysis of different publications.
|V2X PKI - message authentication for intelligent transport
|The presentation will introduce you to V2X-PKI by presenting the most basic information.
|What does an e-signature look like? (or: misconceptions about the visible signature)
|From a practical point of view, the problems with the client-side interpretation of electronic signatures and the problems with the image of the signature that clients think it is.
|Dr. Sándorné Bánhidi, Head of Adult Education and Dr. Péter Máté Erdősi, Head of the Electronic Administration Workshop
|Electronic administration in the adult education activities of the ISZE and the results of the MTA Alumni programme in secondary schools
|Presentation of the results of the ISZE Adult Education Programme and the MTA Alumni Programme in the field of electronic signature promotion.
Hungarian Association for Electronic Signature (HAES/MELASZ)
Council of Hungarian Internet Providers (CHIP/ISZT)