World e-ID Conference

WORLD e-ID CONFERENCE

“The next e-ID management technologies and services” September 21-23, 2011 – Nice-Sophia Antipolis, French Riviera. In the framework of SMART EVENT’11 www.smart-event.eu

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CALL FOR PAPERS – SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS MARCH 31, 2011

World e-ID is an international conference covering both e-ID Government programs from across the globe and latest advances of e-ID technologies and applications.

As a part of Smart Event 2011, World e-ID’11 will take place in Sophia Antipolis nearby Nice, in one of the most delightful area of Southern Europe. Your participation in World e-ID 2011 will be an ideal opportunity to share visions, see new perspectives and opportunities concerning your own e-ID projects. Expand your network within the IT security community and connect to all relevant stakeholders, such as government experts, industry representatives and consultants.

The next generation of e-ID management technologies and services, e-ID documents, biometric systems and digital data management are globally on the roadmap of the public and enterprise sectors.

One illustrative example: more than 90 countries have started issuing electronic travel documents, representing approximately four billion citizens! The 3rd generation travel documents are defined (PACE-protocol).

Deadline for EU-Member States is defined for Dec. 2014.

However many issues remain open. Examples:

– At the end of 2011, 15 European states will have e-ID/eGov projects on national level in use. Is Europe on the highway to an European e-Identity?

– India (UIDAI) and Brazil (RIC) are assigning Unique IDs (UIDs) for their nationals as a basis for nation-wide harmonized registration programs for citizens. Combined with these large programs, are electronic ID cards being specified?

– More and more non-government eID programs come down the road to foster eGov-Services Programs with secure token, e.g. Norway with BUYPASS and Switzerland with SwissID. Is this a new business model?

– In the private sector, access control systems based on e-ID technologies are spreading. Logical and physical access control in the enterprise domain shows mainly hybrid cards. What should be the next evolution step in the high security enterprise domain?

SCOPE

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The World e-ID Program Committee is inviting proposals for presentations from Government as well as Private sector e-ID strategy and projects planners, system developers, implementers, managers and industry leaders, e-service providers and others with extensive relevant experiences and insight.

[Program Committee members’ list copied at the end of this message]

Conference sessions will include:

– new application standards and new technologies

– identification of new programs on national and international level

– lessons learned from implementations and projects running

– sustainability of EU-funded projects

Note this edition will feature a special session on Africa and Middle-East.

TOPICS

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NATIONAL, TRANSNATIONAL e-ID PROGRAMS: CASE STUDIES AND LESSONS LEARNT

– Regional strategies in EU, US, Asian Pacific developments, Africa, Middle East, early adopters, etc.

– Business models, e.g. Public-Private Partnerships.

– IT-Infrastructure, e.g. PKI, Terminals, Readers, Biometrics

– Signature, e.g. qualified or mediated

– Pseudonymous and anonymous identity, e.g. restricted identification

e-HEALTH

– National health cards projects, central vs. decentralized data management,

– EU and national programs: e-Emergency Card, e-Health cross border, eEHIC etc.

– Security and privacy challenges in the healthcare domain

– e-Health solutions and applications

e-RESIDENCE PERMIT

– EU Directive

– National Implementation, e.g. lessons learn

e-DRIVING LICENSE

– EU Directive

– National Implementation

PHYSICAL AND LOGICAL ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS

– Corporate security & electronic access control solutions: card-based, biometrics-based, etc.

– Physical and logical security convergence

– Privacy and security issues

e-SERVICES WHERE r-ID IS A KEY ENABLER

– Payment: e-ID, eBanking and EMV, shared usage of payment terminal infrastructures

– Public transport: Local vs. national transport programs, payment, e-Government services, application  standards

– Applications in NFC-enabled mobile phones, etc.

e-ID STANDARDISATION STATUS AND OUTLOOK ON:

– European Citizen Card, EU eDL, EU Travel (3rd Generation), EU eEHIC, HPC, SPOCS, etc.

– e-Residence Permit Card in Europe

– Registered Traveller and/or eGate Programs worldwide

– Application standards in the USA, in Japan, in India, in the GCC

INTERESTED IN SUBMITTING?

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Get full information including the submission procedure by downloading the online call for papers at:

http://www.smart-event.eu/11/call_world_e-id_2011.pdf

Other important dates

– Official Program Appearance: May 23, 2011

– Complete presentation for the proceedings: August 31, 2011

Please note the possibility to submit your Workshop Proposals, see the online CFP.

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World e-ID, as well as the e-SMART and SMART MOBILITY conferences, are part of the SMART EVENT, THE INNOVATION FORUM FOR MOBILITY AND TRUSTED TECHNOLOGIES & SERVICES.

MORE ON SMART EVENT: www.smart-event.eu

Should you be interested in submitting in the co-located conferences:

– e-SMART, The future of Digital Security Technologies: get the call for papers at:

http://www.smart-event.eu/11/call_e-smart_2011.pdf

– SMART MOBILITY, Building trusted mobile applications: get the call for papers at:

http://www.smart-event.eu/11/call_smart_mobility_2011.pdf

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PROGRAM COMMITTEE

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PC Chairman: Detlef Houdeau, Senior Director of Business Development, Identification Market, Infineon / Silicon Trust

– Ronny Bjones, Security Strategist, Microsoft

– Svein Burkeland, Senior Advisor, Norway Rikstrygdeverket

– Baudouin de Sonis, Executive Director, e-Forum

– Jim Dray, Science Adviser, Information Technology Laboratory US National Institute of Standards and Technology

– Kevin Gillick, Executive Director, GlobalPlatform

– Slawomir Gorniak, Technical Competence Department, ENISA

– Dirk Jan van den Heuvel, CEO, Collis

– Klaus Keus, Joint Research Center European Commission

– Mehmet Aydin Kubilay, Tubitak

– Gisela Meister, Head of Technologies Consulting R&D, G&D

– Jiri Ochozka, Aproks Chair

– Reinhard Posch, CIO of Austria Federal Government

– Gilles Polin, Head of Government EMEA, Adobe Systems Incorporated

– Bruno Rouchouze, Convenor of the e-ID Working Group, Eurosmart/Gemalto

– Max Snijder, CEO European Biometrics Forum, Managing Director European Biometrics Group

– Jean-Pierre Tual, Eureka Medea+, Steering Group Applications

– Shaun Topham, Coordinator EU IST Projects, Sheffield City Council

– Andreas Wolf, Marketing & Support Product Definition, Senior Product Architect, Bundesdruckerei

Thank you to forward this Call for Papers to your colleagues that could be interested in these topics.

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