e-Justice Communication viaOnline Data Exchange Corporate Registers Forum 2013 Electronic IDs Auckland, March 13th 2013
e-CODEX at a glance Duration incl. extension - 50 months (Jan. 2011- Feb. 2015) Participants - Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Jersey, Lithuania, Malta, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Cyprus, Turkey, ETSI, OASIS, CCBE and CNUE Total cost - €24 million (€12 million funded by the European Commission) 7 Work Packages - WP1 Project Management & Sustainability, WP2 Communication, WP3 Pilot, WP4 Identity, WP5 Transportation, WP6 Document, WP7 Architecture General building blocks - e-Signature, e-ID, e-Delivery, Semantics, e-Documents
e-CODEX pilots Pilot 1 - Civil Claims: Small Claims European Payment Order (EPO) Pilot 2 - Cross-border Mutual Legal Assistance: European Arrest Warrant (EAW) Secure cross-border exchange of sensitive data Mutual recognition of financial penalties Pilot 3 - Interconnection of Business RegistersThese pilots are not simulations but will deliver true operational electronicservices supporting cross border legal procedures.
Legal basis for mutual recognitionof electronic ID in Europe Directive 1999/93/EC on a ‘Community framework for electronic signatures’ Proposal by the EC on a Regulation on e-ID and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market Scope: Mutual recognition of electronic identification Electronic trust services: Electronic signatures Electronic seals Time stamping Electronic delivery service Electronic documents admissibility Website authentication
eID in e-CODEXAims to establish a model for the use of a European e-Identity framework indata exchange between e-Justice applications, including: Implementation in pilots and development of technical documents for a cross-border authentication platform (eID) Application integration through web services Demonstration of possible usage for e-Identity in the European e-Justice Portal Investigate the use of roles in e-Justice applications, their attribution to identities, and how they can be mapped between applications. This has to take into account mandates and rights both on a legal and technical level. Analyse what is covered by existing projects such as STORK Develop technical documents to build a solution for cross border digital signature, including signing on the e-Justice Portal and validation of MS-s electronic signatures Assure authenticity and integrity of documents and transactions
Find-a-Lawyer IIA lawyer as a representative of a claimant fills a form, signs it and sends it.How can we prove electronically that someone is a lawyer? Who can we trust? Who is the source of information? Where does the role verification take place? FAL II uses the original sources from the bar associations in the MSs e-CODEX connector adds to the form the Trust-OK token: Integrity of the document and identity: done by the Trust-OK token Role : WP4 (another document in the ASIC container) At the European e-Justice portal (using FAL II) or the national service provider (using the national database)
Communication with FAL II E-Justice Portal E-CODEX Creation of the „Trust-Ok-Token“ „lawyer gateway incl. „lawyer attribute“ attribute“ Claimant Defendant E-CODEX Cour National bar associations gateway E-CODEX Lawyer system National of the MS gateway e-Delivery system Country A Count platform of e-CODEX
European LSP STORK 2.0Secure idenTity acrOss boRders linKed 2.0 will contribute to the realizationof a single European electronic identification and authentication area. It doesso by building on the results of STORK, establishing interoperability ofdifferent approaches at national and EU level, eID for persons, eID for legalentities andthe facility to mandate.STORK 2.0 will be astep forward towardsthe creation of a fullyoperational frameworkand infrastructure forelectronic identities and authentication in the EU.
European LSP STORK 2.0Duration:3 years (from April 2012 to March 2015)Total Cost:€ 18.655.151 (€8.762.974 EU contribution)Use-cases: eLearning and Academic Qualifications eBanking Public Services for Business eHealthThese applications will facilitate borderless digital living and mobility in the EU,enhancing the Digital Single Market for public and commercial services in alignmentwith the Services Directive.
European LSP STORK 2.0It does so through: Exploiting experiences from four cross border, cross sector pilots with real impact demonstrating the use and societal impact of the cross border, cross sector infrastructure developed Common specifications and building blocks for interoperable legal identities and mandates, on top of the interoperability infrastructure developed in STORK, following privacy rules (and advice from Art.29 Working Party) and enabling secure operation Solving within the scope of the pilots legal issues such as privacy/data protection, liability, different National regimes
European LSP STORK 2.0It does so through: An update of the QAA model to include attributes, legal entities and mandate agreements eID packaged as a service for governments and businesses including a cost model and promoting the business take-up of STORK Addressing eID governance issues through the requirements for an accreditation body Investigating and promoting standardisation in the area of eID using STORK 2.0 solutions A knowledge repository and awareness of the STORK 2.0 infrastructure and its potential societal impact on business processes
eID in e-SENSe-SENS: Electronic Simple European Networked ServicesDuration: 3 years, starting from April 2013An Identity, Security and Trust Subgroup will be established, the objective of which is to integrate theexisting solutions and to extend them to create reusable generic blocks for cross-sector authenticationand creation/validation of eID and e-Signatures. Additionally, this sub-group will look at issues of cross-sector/cross-border service security mechanisms and trust establishment, needed when services basedon different technical and legal regulations are interconnected.eID: The work in the eID area will be aligned with the EC proposal for a new regulation focused on mutual recognition of eID across Member State Re-use of STORK 2.0. In addition include cross-sector data and specific needs, such as those identified by epSOS in eHealth, where the eID is used “on behalf of” and not directly and similar problems identified by e- CODEX. Based on these results an integrated framework to handle eID will be developed, addressing several issues currently out of the scope of the past and running projects
For further informationProjects e-CODEX: http://www.e-codex.eu STORK 2.0: http://www.eid-stork2.eu e-SENS: http://www.esens.euE-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgEuropean Commission Website: http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/policy/esignature Draft Regulation: European Commission’s “Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and Council on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market”, COM(2012) 238, 4.6.2012 Questions & Answers