eGovernment Standards

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Thursday, April 24, 2008 TIME: 11:30-12:30 LOCATION: Solaris
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In 2007/08 the German BLK-AG IT Justiz (Bund-Länder-Commission, IT-Justice-workgroup) had to develop a concept for registration and identity management of lawyers, courts and citizens with the concrete application of a secure electronic message exchange between these parties. Since secure access and registration is a common demand of most e-government (including e-justice-) applications it is desirable to have a common standard for governmental identity management. Such a standard will be necessary for later federation and reutilization of identities between governmental applications.


To promote the idea of a common standard, the concept was called SAFE (Secure Access to Federated E-Government) and was designed as an extension on top of a base document that is a new general approach for governmental identity management. It is based on the WS-* specification stack, including a WS-Trust Identity Provider and a foundation for active Federation of identities and SPML as the provisioning interface, but keepes design enhancement to a more general identity metasystem in mind. This new standard will hopefully evolve to a common identity management and registration infrastructure for German e-government applications.


Speaker:

Birger Streckel is working as a solution architect for Dataport, an IT service providing and software developing company for German government. One main focus of his work is Identity Management and security issues.



Speakers:

Andre Durand is a twelve year veteran of the enterprise software industry, a recognized leader in the identity industry and a pioneer behind the concepts of the digital identity network. In addition to his role as CEO of Ping Identity, Mr. Durand co-founded and co-chairs Digital ID World , the...

Francesco has been working for CSI Piemonte since 2000. Starting as a Java developer, he became Team Leader and System Architect in 2001. During 2002, when CSI Piemonte was involved in the first wave of e-Government services in Italy, he worked in team with another J2EE architect to provide the...

Birger Streckel is working as a solution architect for Dataport, an IT service providing and software developing company for German government. One main focus of his work is Identity Management and security issues.



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