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eIDAS 2.0 - Status

eIDAS 2.0 - Status

Combined Session
Wednesday, June 05, 2024 11:00—12:00

Latest on eIDAS Legislation and What it Means for People, Business and Government.
Dr. Rob Brand
Senior Policy Officer, Directorate Digital Economy
Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy
Rob Brand is a Senior Policy Officer in the Directorate for Digital Economy at the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy. In line with his active involvement in realising the eIDAS...
Dr. Moritz Heuberger
German Federal Ministry of the Interior and Community
In the Department for Digital Identities and Authentication at the Federal Ministry of the Interior and Community, Dr. Moritz Heuberger is responsible for the European dimension of digital...
Vedran Lalic
Head of Office at European Parliament
European Parliament
Vedran Lalic is a Head of cabinet of a Member of the European Parliament and a policy adviser in the European Parliament. Since 2021, he has served as the European Parliament’s lead technical...
Viky Manaila
Trust Services Director
Intesi Group
Viky Manaila is an international expert in the field of electronic signatures, digital identity and digital transformation processes, who has successfully promoted the electronic business globally....
eIDAS 2, the Protocol Challenge and the Art of Timing

If governments or enterprises want to implement digital identity systems (eID/eIDAS2), they need to decide on a lot of technical topics with a high degree of uncertainty. One goal is to be interoperable across Europe or even on a global level and with the private sector. Moreover, existing and established eID systems and schemas further complicate the decision-making process.

The art of timing:
One key question arises in this scenario: when is the right time to initiate the implementation of eID/eIDAS2 systems? For governments, timely adoption of the eIDAS2 regulation is imperative, ensuring compliance and unlocking economic advantages associated with an advanced eID infrastructure. On the corporate front, companies face similar challenges delaying implementation until the eIDAS2 compliant eID is in production, which may result in losing ground to competitors who are quick to adapt.
The risk of making incorrect decisions leading to a protocol lock-in situation looms large, jeopardizing the long-term viability and adaptability of the chosen eID solution.

How to solve the dilemma? 
But how can you avoid being too early and making the wrong technical decisions?
In the presentation we will show you an approach how to start with an eID implementation and avoid protocol lock-in and highlight a way how to integrate in existing eID schemas.

Andreas Freitag
Procivis AG
Andreas worked for over 20 years in the Consulting and IT Projectmanagement space. 5 years ago he discovered decentralized identities and made it to his major focus. Last year he was appointed as...
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