Presentation on theme: "STORK – the little new?. Signaturgruppen A/S Founded 2006 by Digital Signatur specialists Identity solutions taking advantage of existing infrastructures."— Presentation transcript:
STORK – the little new?
Signaturgruppen A/S Founded 2006 by Digital Signatur specialists Identity solutions taking advantage of existing infrastructures Our mission is to make real the promises of the digital signature infrastructure of Denmark
NemID transactions in Denmark transaktioner med NemID med offentlig digital signatur i august 2014 I alt cirka transaktioner med offentlig signatur de seneste to år NemID har samlet set været anvendt mere end 2 milliarder gange januar
EU regulation eID and trustservices Passed juli 23rd 2014 Entry into foce: juli 1st 2016 – trustservices – E-signatur, E-seal etc. september 18th 2016 – eID voluntary september 18th 2018 – eID mutual approval januar
Two countries with Pan European Proxy Service (PEPS)
MW countries and PEPS countries Pan European Proxy Services (PEPS) ”Some countries saw serious problems in such a gateway, legal, liability and security problems, as well as compatibility problems with their decentralised national Middleware1 architecture.” “V-IDP has the same objectives as a PEPS: to hide the national problems for the other Member States, and to be an anchor of trust. The main difference is the location: it is supposed to be located as close as possible to the SP, thus enabling true end-to-end communication between SP and user, but also enabling usage of or location beside national gateways, depending on each country’s decision.” SUUUK!!
Will we all get our eID from Estonia? All residents of the small Baltic state aged 15 or over have electronic ID cards, which are used in health care, electronic banking and shopping, to sign contracts and encrypt , as tram tickets, and much more besides--even to vote. Starting later this year, it will issue ID cards to non-resident "satellite Estonians", thereby creating a global, government-standard digital identity. Applicants will pay a small fee, probably around EUR30-50 ($41-68), and provide the same biometric data and documents as Estonian residents. If all is in order, a card will be issued, or its virtual equivalent on a smartphone (held on a special secure module in the SIM card).