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1 Summary of ETSI/ESI activities Andrea Caccia ETSI/ESI TB member Note: This document expresses only the views of its author

2 ETSI - European Telecommunications Standards Institute  produce globally applicable standards for Information & Communications Technologies  is recognised as an official European Standards Organisation by the European Union  international reputation is built on openness, discussion, consensus and direct input from members  Agreements with External Bodies CAB (Certification Authority/Browser) Forum: Letter of Intent ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency): Memorandum of Understanding ISO: Liaison Category A with ISO TC 154 (Processes, data elements and documents in commerce, industry and administration), Liaison Category D with ISO TC171/SC 2/WG 8 (PDF specification) ISOC/IETF: Active working relationships OASIS: Memorandum of Understanding UPU (Universal Postal Union): Memorandum of Understanding 2

3 ETSI Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures (ESI) TC  TC ESI is responsible for Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures standardization within ETSI  ETSI/ESI plays a key role in the development of electronic signature related standards: Signature formats: XAdES (TS 101 903) ->ISO, CAdES (TS 101 733) ->ISO, PAdES (TS 102 778) ->ISO and ASiC (TS 102 918) and related profiles Trust Service Provider (TSP) Status Information (TSL, TS 102 231) Policy requirements for CAs: TS 102 042, TS 101 456 (Qual. Cert.) TSA policy requirements: TS 102 023 Certificate profiles: TS 101 862 (Qual. Cert.), TS 102 280 (Nat. Persons) Registered Electronic Mail (eDelivery): TS 102 640 (multipart) Data preservation: TS 101 533-1, TR 101 533-2 Algo paper: TS 102 176  Collaborates with ETSI CTI, Centre for Testing and Interoperability for Plugtests events 3

4 M460 European Commission mandate  EC founded eSignatures standardization activities  4 years: 2011-2014  1st phase (executed)  definition of a rationalized standardization framework, in collaboration with CEN  several specifications upgrades primarily aimed at providing quick technical fixes to existing electronic signatures standards, and definition of test specifications  2nd phase (starting by end 2012)  implement the rationalized standardization framework  support the new EU Regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market (exp. approval by end 2013) 4

5 Details on M460 phase 1  Rationalised Framework definition (STF 425)STF 425 Inventory of eSignature Standards (worldwide) Rationalised Framework Definition Gap Analysis & Work Plan  Quick Fixes STF 427 (CSP Conformity Assessment, QC profile, Sig. Validation Procedures, Sig. algorithms maintenance) STF 427 STF 426 (X/C/PAdES & ASiC baseline profiles) STF 426 STF 428 (XAdES conformance testing, PAdES & ASiC interoperability tests) STF 428 CEN (Update CWA 14169 & CWA 14167 towards EN’s) CEN  Stakeholders Workshop 5

6 M460 Phase2: the new standardization framework 6 CEN

7 ETSI REM TS 102 640 overview  Registered Electronic Mail:  Secure Electronic Mail service  able to generate trusted electronic evidence attesting that certain relevant events (submission by sender, delivery to the recipient, right fowarding, etc) have actually occurred.  Added value: Electronic evidences, which, when supported by legislation, have also legal value  Technical Specification for achieving interoperability on evidential services based on S/MIME on SMTP and services built on SOAP on HTTP (UPU Postal Registered Electronic Mail, BUSDOX networks)

8 Electronic Evidence  Sender and REM Management Domain related events: original message acceptance/rejection, object relay acceptance/rejection, etc.  Recipient related events: delivery/non delivery to recipient, download/non download by recipient, etc.  Interaction with non REM systems.  Specified evidence core components. Syntaxes: XML, ASN.1 and PDF.  May be individually signed (each one in its own format) or/and collectively signed through a S/MIME signature. Specified signature profile.

9 References  General information:  Stakeholders involvement Mailing list 9

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