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Programm und Panel Details (englisch)

 

10 February 2006, Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK)
Vienna, Austria

Programme

08.00 – 09.00: Registration

 

09.00 – 09.30: Opening

Chair: Reinhard Posch (CIO, Austrian Federal Government)

  • Viviane Reding, European Commissioner for the Information Society and Media
  • Franz Morak, Secretary of State for Arts and Media, Austria

09.30 - 10.45: Secure and Trust worthy eGovernment

Chair: Alain Esterle (European Network and Information Security Agency)

  • Ferenc Suba, Ministry of Informatics and Communications, Hungary
  • Armgard von Reden, Privacy Officer IBM EMEA
  • Mechtild Stöwer, Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technologies
  • Kirsten Bock, Independent Centre for Privacy Protection, Schleswig-Holstein

10.45 – 11.15: Coffee break

 

11.15 – 12.30: e-Identities – towards a common European eID Framework

Chair: Frank Robben (FEDICT, Belgium)

  • Caspar Bowden, Chief Privacy Advisor, Microsoft Europe, Middle East, and Africa
  • Igor Hansen, e-Ja, Poland
  • William Perrin, eGovernment Unit, UK Government Cabinet Office
  • Julien Merceron, ADAE, France

12.30 – 14.15: Lunch break

 

14.15 – 15.15: e-Document recognition across EU, Interoperability and Archiving

Chair: Reinhard Posch (CIO, Austrian Federal Government)

  • Jean Mourain, Senior Technology Strategist, Adobe Systems
  • Mikkel Hippe Brun, Danish IT and Telecom Agency
  • Roberto Benzi, CNIPA, Italy
  • Eduardo Gutentag, Technology Director, SUN Microsystems, Chair of OASIS Board

15.15 – 15.30: Coffee break

 

15.30 – 16.30: The i2010 Programme, eServices through a European eGovernment Resource Network

Chair: Frans De Bruïne (Director, European Commission)

  • Jean-Paul Lepeytre, VP THALES, CEO of NESSI
  • Peter Brown, Chair of the CEN eGovernment Focus Group
  • Oliver Schneider, Adviser on eGovernment Strategy, Belgian Government
  • David Temoshok, Office of Government-wide Policy, Government Services Agency, USA

16.30 – 17.00: Executive Summary of key actions and way forward

Chair: Arthur Winter, Director General, Austrian Federal Ministry of Finance

  • Martin Schallbruch, CIO of the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Germany
  • with contributions from the Panel Chairs

 

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Panel Details

Panel A

eGovernment is still relatively “low volume”. It can however expect to face security risks in the future with ever greater uptake. Experiences with phenomena such as spyware, and malware are lessons that appropriate instruments have to be put in place and new policies devised. This panel should discuss the various technology and policy concerns as well as elaborate possible additional needs for the field of eGovernment.

Examples:

  • Trust in the Net for secure and trustworthy eGovernment
  • Security vulnerabilities during business transformation
  • Balancing the interests of government, business and the citizen online

Panel B

Phishing and identity theft have become a sad reality. eID on the other hand can make transactions with governments secure and trustworthy. Moreover eID makes public services more user friendly, citizen centric and smarter. Any realistic response from the public sector will necessarily rely on high-quality identification and authentication, especially with high impact services. Models are needed that meet security needs whilst still promoting inclusion and openness. This panel will focus on some possible approaches and policy requirements.

Examples:

  • Digital Signatures as a weapon against spam
  • Securing transactions online
  • Tools to identify and authenticate for eGovernment

Panel C

Interoperability, archiving and recognition of e-documents are fundamental building blocks for sustainable, long-term services. eDocuments in particular need to be able to preserve their validity over time, irrespective of evolutions in document formats and management systems. Trusted assertions about the validity of electronic documents is a pre-requisite for complete, secure and reliable electronic processing. Sustainability requires long term archiving and support for electronic documents and data.

This panel will focus on:

  • “Validity of documents in archives” - the German approaches;
  • “eSignatures the key building block” – industry / standards bodies
  • “Validity across media” open and secure documents –the Austrian Model
  • Roadmap for eDocuments

Panel D

Examples:

  • Approaches of the i2010 Programme – senior Commission representative;
  • Initial findings of the eGovernment Focus Group – CEN;
  • The eGovernment Resources Network – overview and examples of its functioning – input from a pilot project group (Austria, Belgium, Denmark and others) and from industry.
  • A Charter for sustainability through an eGovernment  Resource Network

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Datum: 07.02.2006