Cross border e-Identification – WS 07 2022
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In this session we will focus on the different aspects of the cross boarder data flow, what are the challenges for various stakeholders.
Europe is looking for greater trust and transparency between the various stakeholders involved and the criteria under which governments should have access to personal data held by the private sector. Will Europe find a solution even without a Snowden-like case? What are the innovative and inclusive solutions to cross-border data sharing in national security and law enforcement contexts?
What are the requirements and restrictions of cross-border e-Identities? What challenges have to be faced by various stakeholders? What technical solutions for cross-border data verification are there available at the moment which can be of a practical use? What is the experience and lessons learned from a cooperation of TLD managers from different European countries in granting access to the digital identities of their customers outside the home countries?
The session will be held online only, allowing for active participation and debate. There will be up to 3 introductory speakers, and a moderated discussion among all participants.
- eIDAS revision: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=CELEX%3A52021PC0281
- latest amendments proposed by the EU parliament: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/resource.html?uri=cellar:e0649735-a372-11eb-9585-01aa75ed71a1.0001.02/DOC_2&format=PDF
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- Regina Fuchsova
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- Sivasubramanian Muthusamy
- Fotjon Kosta
- Marjorie Buchser, Chatham house
Her research interest focuses on innovative and inclusive solutions to cross-border data sharing in national security and law enforcement contexts. Bio: https://www.chathamhouse.org/about-us/our-people/marjorie-buchser
- Georgia Osborn, Oxford Information Labs
She is a Senior Research Analyst with experience within counterterrorism and law enforcement, intelligence analysis, investigations and policy analysis. Bio: https://oxil.uk/about/
- Jaromír Talíř, CZ.NIC
He is responsible ea. for mojeID authentication service. Bio: https://www.nic.cz/page/352/management-team/
- Hans Seeuws, External relations manager EURid
Was at the birth of EURid´s data verification project and will highlight the pros and cons of the various methods for cross-border verification purposes. Bio: https://eurid.eu/en/welcome-to-eurid/corporate-governance/
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- Regina Filipová Fuchsová, Industry Relations Manager at EURid, the .eu registry
Bio: Regina joined EURid, the .eu, .ею and .ευ registry, in 2007 as the Regional Manager Central Europe based in Prague, the Czech Republic. Her responsibilities included business development and registrar relations areas. Recently, she took over the role of the Industry Relations Manager. Previously, she worked at the Czech NREN Cesnet as the Deputy Director for Economic Affairs. She holds a PhD in International Economic Relations from the University of Economics in Prague and a master degree in Law from the Palacky University in Olomouc, CZ. She completed a post-graduate master programme in European studies in Krems an der Donau, AT.
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