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    • DIGITAL SIGNATURE AND ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS IN ITALY Prof. Pierluigi Ridolfi AIPA Authority for Information Technology in the Public Administration V. Solferino, 15 00185 - Rome- Italy Autorità per l’Informatica nella Pubblica Amministrazione EESSI Meeting Brussels - February 24, 1999
    • THE ITALIAN APPROACH TO DIGITAL SIGNATURE
      • A new Public Administration
      • Better public services
      • Better communications
      • A dedicated IT infrastructure
      • Electronic documents
      • Electronic signature
    • LEGAL FRAMEWORK
      • Needed to assure:
        • citizens trust and confidence in the legal value of electronic documents
        • protection of the privacy
        • secure network transfer of legal documents
        • storage of electronic documents
        • long-term archival of electronic documents
        • e-commerce
        • e-banking
    • THE ITALIAN LEGISLATION
    • GENERAL PRINCIPLES Law n° 59 of March 15th, 1997
      • Section 15(2):
      • “ Acts, data and documents created by an entity or a person by means of computer-based systems, contracts drawn up by such means, as well as their storage or transmission by means of computer systems, are legally valid.”
    • GENERAL RULES Presidential Decree 513/97
      • It allows:
        • digital signature on electronic documents to be as binding as those on paper
        • legal documents to be transmitted electronically
        • encryption systems to be used for digital signatures purposes
    • TECHNICAL RULES Ordinance of Prime Minister (exp. end March)
        • cryptographic key generation
        • digital signature generation and verification
        • provision of certification services
        • digital time-stamping
        • storing of electronic documents
        • electronic documents archival
    • P.A. DOCUMENTS KEY POINTS
      • Legal requirements for the form of the document
      • Certainity of the date
      • Long term preservation
    • ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE
      • According to the italian basic law, a signature expresses the free willing of the signer who in this way approves the content of the document.
      • Consequently:
        • the electronic signature shall identify with certainty the signer and shall be with certainty binded to the document undersigned;
        • the document electronically signed shall correspond to what the signer will sign;
        • the signature shall be an operation the signer performs with a voluntary act.
    • CERTAIN DATE
      • When the document is formed
      • Period of validity
      • An important step in the relations between private bodies and P.A.
    • LONG TERM PRESERVATION
        • Validity period of the signature keys
        • Validity period of the certification keys
        • Time period for which the cryptographic system can be considered sure
    • WHAT IS NEEDED
      • Inter-operability of the devices for signature creation and verification
      • Inter-operability between the qualified certification services providers
      • Standard format for documents
    • STANDARDS
      • Format of electronic signatures
      • Format of certificates
      • Means for access and verify certificates
      • Cross-certification
      • Formato of documents
      • Digital time-stamping