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KSZ-CBSS. Towards a common European electronic identity (eID) framework. Frank Robben Crossroads Bank for Social Security Federal Public Service for ICT [email protected] www.law.kuleuven.be/icri/frobben. Ministerial Declaration 24/11/2005.

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Towards a common european electronic identity eid framework

KSZ-CBSS

Towards a common Europeanelectronic identity (eID) framework

Frank Robben

Crossroads Bank for Social Security

Federal Public Service for ICT

[email protected]

www.law.kuleuven.be/icri/frobben


Ministerial declaration 24 11 2005

Ministerial Declaration 24/11/2005

“By 2010 European citizens and business shall be able to benefit from secure means of electronic identification that maximise user convenience while respecting data protection regulations. Such means shall be made available under the responsibility of the Member States but recognised across the EU.”

MUMOK Vienna, Austria


Ministerial declaration related actions

Ministerial Declaration - Related actions

  • Member States will, during 2006, agree a process and roadmap for achieving the electronic identity objectives and address the national and European legal barriers to the achievement of the electronic identity objectives; work in this area is essential for public administrations to deliver personalised electronic services with no ambiguity as to the user’s identity

  • Member States will, over the period 2006-2010, work towards the mutual recognition of national electronic identities by testing, piloting and implementing suitable technologies and methods

MUMOK Vienna, Austria


Roadmap

Roadmap

  • breaking down into key areas of work

    • user awareness and acceptance

    • validation and key applications

    • European interoperability (semantic/organisational/technical)

    • mutual recognition

    • eID management at national level

    • legal certainty

    • common terminology, common principles, minimal norms

  • real implementation depends on the existence of measurable objectives and a reporting mechanism

MUMOK Vienna, Austria


Towards a common european electronic identity eid framework

User awareness and acceptance

Identify user benefits,

awareness, promotion

formulate vision

Wide awareness campaign

Use Cases

(eProcurement,, migrant workers)

Validation and

key applications

Testbeds / pilots, e.g. in CIP

e-procurement, health info networks

CEC

as ‘lead user’

eTEN, IDABC testbeds specifications

European

inter-operability

Semantic

IST R&D for federated, multi-level, secure eIDM

Common eIDM Framework

Federated eID Management

Organisational

CEN eIDM standardisation

link to ECC

Technical

IDABC business

attestations study

eID management at national level

IDABC e-sign

studies

eIDM

at national level

Explain role of e-sign Directive

Legal certainty

Authentication Model & Levels

Equal Treatment of national eIDs

EU provisions: Recognition of national eIDs

Modinis study

Common principles, minimal norms

Definition of eID

eID Role Management

Personal Data Ownership Model

eID

Terminology &

Objectives

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

country inputs

Network and IT security

Authentication levels overview (ENISA)

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Conclusion of the panel discussion

Conclusion of the panel discussion

  • roadmap seems to address the correct issues

  • need for

    • a common terminology conform to international standards

    • common high level objectives and basic principles, taking into account the specific situation of the government sector

MUMOK Vienna, Austria


Conclusion of the panel discussion1

Conclusion of the panel discussion

  • need for

    • coordination with regard to authentication levels

    • acceptance of pluralism of different eID technologies

    • cross-fertilization with the private sector (solutions should not be limited to government)

    • a consistent risk management methodology

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Conclusion of the panel discussion2

Conclusion of the panel discussion

  • need for

    • a federated system, with interoperability and based on « loose coupling »

    • a model for the inheritance of trust in eID between Member States, that is transparent for the citizen

    • a pivotal role for the use of privacy enhancing technologies as a basis for well-founded trust

MUMOK Vienna, Austria


Conclusion of the panel discussion3

Conclusion of the panel discussion

  • need for

    • relevance for the citizen and business customers

    • identifying sample PEGS by surveying citizen and business customers to see what they would find useful

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Conclusion of the panel discussion4

Conclusion of the panel discussion

  • in order to meet the common objectives, Member States should have the ability to build an eID services that correspond to their culture and legal environment, especially with regard to privacy protection

  • a good cooperation between authorities responsible for eID management and privacy commissions can be very useful

MUMOK Vienna, Austria


Conclusion of the panel discussion5

Conclusion of the panel discussion

  • a proposal for moving personal data from multitude of large databases into secure, private, personal storage spaces owned by individuals, who can give a license for access to selected personal data items by third parties has been presented, but questions have been put about the general applicability of the proposal in the relation between individuals and the government

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Thank you for your attention

KSZ-CBSS

Thank you for your attention !

Frank Robben

Crossroads Bank for Social Security

Federal Public Service for ICT

[email protected]

www.law.kuleuven.be/icri/frobben


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