beta Discussing the Digital Government Declaration

[...] * Promote the uptake of eIDAS by the private sector. eIDAS protocols and standards could be licensed freely to the private sector for broader public use, to provide a usable, effective and trustworthy identification and authentication service – able to support the needs of high-end services, like online banking and other types of e-commerce.
Rufo Guerreschi
If we want e-government to responsibly develop in Europe, we need to stop the outright lying about the level of confindetiality and integrity that eIDAS, and the like sof Estonia e-Residency solutions, provide in the current threat landscape, and get to work to build reasonably trustworthy techs for all.
Rufo Guerreschi, 06/06/2017 16:35
Again, eIDAS provides some essential foundations, but the roadmap points to something more decentralised and open to more innovation. Focus on the boring :-) legal frameworks, identity proofing and data standards... allow the 'startup culture' to innovate around the tech.
nmeyne, 15/06/2017 16:15
Van Hoegaerden
Well ... I feel the private sector is ahead of the public sector on the eIADS issues. It is even reasonnable to see the public sector become trusted partners to use private e-Services for free (or at a preferred cost) than the opposite.
Van Hoegaerden, 21/06/2017 14:30