To enhance interoperability between digital identity schemes and digital trust services across borders, the eIDAS regulation provides a legal framework for electronic signatures in the EU, defining how to use them to ensure their validity across Europe. eIDAS2 now includes plans for the creation of a European Digital Identity Wallet (EUDIW). Cloud signatures are expected to play a vital role across this new ecosystem by enabling natural and legal persons to electronically sign and seal documents and transactions with high-assurance remote digital signing certificates. Cloud signatures based on the Cloud Signature Consortium (CSC) Standard can help achieve cross-border interoperability via specifications and certification for the usage of Remote Electronic Signatures and Seals in this new pan-European digital identity ecosystem.
Join us to learn about the new CSC Standard general architectural framework in specific eIDAS context (Kim Nguyen, CSC Board Member, D-Trust) and for a technical deep-dive into the recently launched CSC Standard version 2.0 (Luigi Rizzo, Chair of the CSC Technical Committee, InfoCert).