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eIDAS Regulation and eSignatures

eIDAS Regulation and eSignatures

 

eIDAS introduces a new, EU-wide legal framework for electronic identification (eID), and trust services, including electronic signatures, seals and documents.

 

The potential of an EU-wide framework for eID is provided, with the introduction of national eID schemes by Member States. These schemes allow the eID of citizens using public services. This is potentially applicable to public services offered by any Member State for all EU citizens. Further, the potential of the eID aspect is great in terms of future use of eID schemes by private businesses.

 

The new framework offers consistency and conformity within the EU Member States in relation to trust services while enabling and encouraging the legally predictable application of such services by businesses. The regulation provides the conditions for recognizing simple, advanced and qualified trust services. Also, eIDAS offers the supervisory measures and standards of trust services.

 

eIDAS has great potential for individuals, businesses and Member States.

 

 

Programme Objectives

 

By the end of the programme, participants will be able to:

 

  • Understand what eIDAS is, its background and what is changing with eIDAS
  • Familiarise themselves with the fundamental definitions and basic concepts of the regulation
  • Comprehend the difference between Simple, Advanced, and Qualified Trust Services, including electronic signatures
  • Appreciate the impact of eIDAS on individuals, businesses and EU Member States
  • Manage the implementation of eIDAS aspects in their business

 

 

Programme Outline

 

  • Introduction to eIDAS
    • Subject matter
    • Scope
    • Definitions
  • Electronic Identification (eID)
    • National eID schemes
    • Mandatory cross-border recognition
    • MS decide the means to introduce eID
    • Assurance Levels
    • MS Cooperation
    • Interoperability
  • Trust Services
    • Trust Service Providers
    • Electronic Signatures
    • Technologies to implement electronic signatures:
      • PAdES
      • XAdES
      • CAdES
  • Electronic Seals, Time stamping, Electronic registered delivery services, website authentication, electronic documents
  • Advanced and Qualified Trust Services, especially electronic signatures:
    • Legal Effect
    • Evidentiary value
  • Closing Remarks

 

 

Training Style

 

The programme will be delivered using a variety of learning methods. The programme includes short lectures supported by power-point presentations that aim to explain the main issues while providing the grounds for in-depth deliberation and debate. Furthermore, participants will have the opportunity to pose questions and further discuss during the Q&A section of the seminar. They will also benefit from group work, where they will be called to brainstorm and offer their views for the matters discussed.

 

 

CPD Recognition

 

This programme may be approved for up to 5 CPD units in Banking and Law. Eligibility criteria and CPD Units are verified directly by your association, regulator or other bodies which you hold membership.

 

 

Who Should Attend

 

The programme is ideal for:

  • C-Level Executives and Senior Managers in all industries
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Government agencies
  • Business Associations
  • Sales and Business Development Executives and Managers
  • Strategy Managers
  • Business Transformation Executives, Managers and Officers
  • Technology Strategy Leaders
  • Digital Transformation Heads, Officers and team members
  • Innovation Leaders and members of Innovation labs
  • Project Managers and Associate Project Managers
  • Electronic Banking Managers
  • HR Managers
  • Customer Relations Managers and Customer Service Officer
  • Lawyers and Financial Advisors
  • Accountants
  • Internal Lawyers
  • Legal Services professionals
  • Service Providers
  • Corporate services heads and team members
  • Web Developers
  • Money Laundering Compliance Officers
  • Compliance Managers and Staff
  • IT Professionals