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.beID Views: 10863
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This website is totally devoted to the electronic identity card (eID). This site has been built in function of the three main target groups who are concerned by the electronic identity card, in other words: 1) the citizens (the card users); 2) the municipalities (who are responsible for the deliverance of the card) and 3) the enterprises and institutions (who develop the applications). The introduction of the electronic identity card has put Belgium on top of the e-government. Only few countries are able to match us in this domain.

ASIA IC Card Forum Views: 10855
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Joint promotion for IC card related business: - Silk Road business for interoperable use of Asia IC card - E-passport standardization work in Asian region including Korea, China, Japan Business for expanding inter-national IC card infrastructure: - Support for IC card business infrastructure of Asian countries - Support for the development of IC card related policies in Asian countries - Collecting and exchanging of industrial information, man-power developing on standardization

ASK Views: 10848
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ASK is a leading manufacturer of contactless microprocessor smart cards, contactless paper tickets and RFID smart paper labels and inlays with over 50 million products in circulation worldwide. The company has gained its experience and expertise in the demanding mass transit market with Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) applications since 1997. Thanks to a unique technology of silver ink printed antenna on paper in a reel to reel manufacturing process, applications extend now to the RFID, e-government and financial sectors.

CERI Views: 10840
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The CERI, founded in 1952, within the Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques (FNSP), is France's foremost center for research on the international political system. As a joint FNSP-CNRS research unit, the CERI is made up of some sixty researchers and about fifteen support staff who handle financial management, documentation, publications and communication. The CERI's mission is to bring together area studies specialists and international relations experts. It analyzes the contemporary political world, with a strong emphasis on an interdisciplinary approach: its research fellows include not only political scientists but also economists, sociologists, historians and anthropologists.

DigiD [in Dutch] Views: 10880
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DigiD is een gemeenschappelijk systeem van en voor de overheid. Overheidsinstellingen kunnen met DigiD de identiteit verifiëren van klanten die gebruikmaken van haar elektronische diensten. Als u gegevens over het internet wilt uitwisselen, wil een overheidsinstelling zeker weten dat u ook echt bent wie u beweert te zijn. Anders gezegd: de overheidsinstelling wil uw identiteit kunnen verifiëren. Zo voorkomt ze dat anderen uw gegevens krijgen. Als u naar het loket van een overheidsinstelling gaat, wordt uw identiteit meestal geverifieerd aan de hand van uw identiteitsbewijs. Op internet bestaat die mogelijkheid niet. Daar wordt van andere verificatiemiddelen gebruik gemaakt, zoals de combinatie van een persoonlijke gebruikersnaam met wachtwoord. Als iedere overheidsinstelling haar eigen verificatiemiddel ontwikkelt, moet u straks voor iedere overheidswebsite een andere gebruikersnaam met wachtwoord onthouden. DigiD voorkomt dit. Voortaan kunt u met één gebruikersnaam met wachtwoord terecht bij elektronische diensten van steeds meer overheidsinstellingen

Digital Identity World Views: 10840
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Digital Identity World is the hub of the digital identity industry, providing comprehensive news, exclusive interviews, market statistics and expert commentary on the people, companies, products and events shaping the digital identity space. Digital Identity World is dedicated to providing only the highest quality online industry resources, newsletters and community building conferences, events and tradeshows.

Dutch Data Protection Authority Views: 10872
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The Dutch DPA supervises the compliance with acts that regulate the use of personal data. This means that the Dutch DPA supervises the compliance with and application of the Wet bescherming persoonsgegevens (WBP; Personal Data Protection Act), the Wet politieregisters (Wpolr; Data Protection [Police Files] Act) and the Wet gemeentelijke basisadministratie (Wgba; Municipal Database [Personal Records] Act).

EPIC Views: 10858
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EPIC - Electronic Privacy Information Center - is a public interest research center in Washington, D.C. It was established in 1994 to focus public attention on emerging civil liberties issues and to protect privacy, the First Amendment, and constitutional values.

European Health Insurance card Views: 10847
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As of 1 June 2004, European citizens travelling within the European Economic Area (European Union, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and Switzerland, whether for private or professional reasons, are being issued with a European Health Insurance Card, which simplifies the procedure for receiving any medical assistance that might become necessary during a temporary stay in another country.

Europol Views: 10854
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Europol is the European Law Enforcement Organisation which aims at improving the effectiveness and co-operation of the competent authorities in the Member States in preventing and combating terrorism, unlawful drug trafficking and other serious forms of international organised crime.

EUROSMART Views: 10849
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EUROSMART is an international association located in Brussels representing the Voice of the Smart Card Industry for multi-sector applications. The Association is a non-profit organization committed to expanding the world’s smart card market, developing smart card standards and continuously improving quality and security applications. Manufacturers of smart cards, semiconductors, terminals, equipment for smart cards system integrators, application developers and issuers gather and work into dedicated working groups on security, marketing, and communication issues. Through its activities, Eurosmart actively support the development of the smart card business and act as a catalyst and forum for the smart card stakeholders.

Future of Identity Views: 10853
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FIDIS (Future of Identity in the Information Society) is a NoE (Network of Excellence) supported by the European Union under the 6th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development within the Information Society Technologies (IST) priority in the Action Line: “Towards a global dependability and security framework”

Global Internet Liberty Campaign Views: 10868
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The Global Internet Liberty Campaign was formed at the annual meeting of the Internet Society in Montreal. Members of the coalition include the American Civil Liberties Union, the Electronic Privacy Information Center, Human Rights Watch, the Internet Society, Privacy International, the Association des Utilisateurs d'Internet, and other civil liberties and human rights organizations.

GUIDE - Government User IDentity for Europe Views: 10850
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GUIDE (Government User IDentity for Europe) is conducting research and technological development with the aim of creating an architecture for secure and interoperable e-government electronic identity services and transactions for Europe . The project’s approach is multi-disciplinary and includes technology, procedural and policy development across Europe . GUIDE consists of 23 organisations from 13 countries. GUIDE’s vision is to enable Europe to become the global leader of e-government services through the creation of an open architecture for identity authentication.

Identity Weblog Views: 10880
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Kim Cameron’s Identity Weblog

KPMG Information Risk Management [Dutch] Views: 10871
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Informatie- en communicatietechnologie (ICT) is voor de meeste ondernemingen en instellingen van levensbelang. ICT stelt u in staat uw klanten beter te bedienen en uw bedrijfsprocessen te optimaliseren. KPMG Information Risk Management helpt u bij het realiseren van deze doelstellingen en is een betrouwbare partner in een uitdagende digitale wereld.

National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council - NECCC Views: 10849
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In 1998 the National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council (NECCC) was formed in an effort to build on the success of the Conference on Electronic Commerce held in 1997. The group’s initial goal was to facilitate cooperation between states and the private sector as the industry moved toward electronic commerce. NECCC continues to hold an annual conference to hear nationally recognized speakers and panelists from the electronic government arena including local, state and federal officials. The 2003 Conference was held in Raleigh, North Carolina, in November 2003. Today the NECCC is a strong alliance of state and local associations dedicated to the advancement of electronic commerce within governments. In addition, the board includes at large members from local, state and federal agencies who are in the strategic position to advance the progress of electronic government within their respective agencies and other public sector entities. This diversity of members allows collaboration and partnership among and between all facets of government agencies and offers a broader perspective of issues that surround each government agency as they continue to improve technology to the public. Each year workgroups are established from topics selected by the conference participants. Workgroups include members from both the private and public sector to address each issue and report findings at the annual conference. Past workgroups have included identity management, electronic procurement, e-sign, and records management. Further, NECCC can call together a Symposium, giving industry leaders an opportunity to debate hot topics and develop strategies for addressing particular e-government concerns. A white paper is developed and is released at the annual conference. Past Symposium papers have included Enterprise Electronic Government: E2Gov; Electronic Commerce: A Blueprint for States and the highly acclaimed 2002 paper – Leveraging E-Government Toward E-Competitiveness. The 2003 paper - Cross Boundary Integration: The Key to Successful E-Government is an excellent and timely document in these tough financial times.

OSOSS Views: 10842
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The Programme OSOSS - Open Standards and Open Source Software in government - encourages the use of open standards and informs about open source software. The programme is assigned to the ICTU, the Dutch organisation for ICT and government. The results of the Programme will be available for the entire public sector as well as the private sector and individuals.

PKI Forum Views: 10808
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The OASIS PKI Member Section was established as PKI Forum in 1999 to foster support for standards-based, interoperable public-key infrastructure (PKI) as a foundation for secure transactions in e-business applications. The OASIS PKI Member Section brings member organizations together in a neutral setting to increase knowledge about PKI and to initiate studies and demonstration projects to show the value of interoperable PKI and PKI-based solutions. The group collaborates and cooperates with appropriate standards and testing bodies to promote the adoption of open industry standards.

PKI page Views: 10846
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This page contains links to various sites and documents which are related to Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

PKILaw Views: 10850
Rating: 1   [rate this resource] [report errors] -- A PKI information exchange emphasizing emerging legal issues, to hasten the implementation of Public Key Infrastructure throughout the world. This is a place where PKI novices can learn the basics, and where PKI professionals from diverse disciplines (legal, technical, accounting and business, to name a few) can broaden their horizons by exchanging views.

PRIME - Privacy and Identity Management for Europe Views: 10843
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The PRIME (Privacy and Identity Management for Europe) FP6 IST project will focus on developing solutions for privacy-enhancing identity management for end users. Launched in March 2004 PRIME will help empower citizens in managing their privacy and to support enterprises’ privacy compliant data processing.

Privacy International Views: 10860
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Privacy International (PI) is a human rights group formed in 1990 as a watchdog on surveillance and privacy invasions by governments and corporations. PI is based in London, England, and has an office in Washington, D.C. PI has conducted campaigns and research throughout the world on issues ranging from wiretapping and national security, to ID cards, video surveillance, data matching, medical privacy, and freedom of information and expression.

Privacy Laws & Business Views: 10913
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Privacy Laws & Business is helping organisations to integrate data protection and privacy law into good business practice since 1987. Privacy Laws & Business provides an independent privacy laws information service to many of the world’s largest companies, specialist lawyers and has clients in over 45 countries. In the United Kingdom, the company provides services to help its private and public sector clients comply with both the Data Protection Act and the Freedom of Information Act. We show management why and how a positive response to the issues underlying privacy laws provides not only a competitive advantage, and a way of building and sustaining customer trust, but also a driver of their business strategy.

RAPID Views: 10849
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The RAPID project (Roadmap for Advanced Research in Privacy and Identity Management) which ended in June 2003 identified two main areas. The technical research category covered multiple and dependable identity management, infrastructure and enterprise. The non-technical category covered the socio-economic and legal issues.

Security Technology Group Views: 10853
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The Security Technology group is responsible for core security mechanisms, including: cryptographic algorithms, authentication mechanisms, and security infrastructures. The cryptographic algorithms team develops standards for cryptographic algorithms and establishes guidelines for appropriate use. The security Technology Group is assessing the security of the complete range of authentication mechanisms, from knowledge based authentication to biometrics and cryptographic authentication mechanisms, and establishes guidance for application of these technologies by federal agencies. The Security Technology Group is also leading standardization and Federal deployment activities for security infrastructures such as PKI.

Smart Card Alliance Views: 10869
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The Smart Card Alliance is a not-for-profit, multi-industry association working to stimulate the understanding, adoption, use and widespread application of smart card technology. Through specific projects such as education programs, market research, advocacy, industry relations and open forums, the Alliance keeps its members connected to industry leaders and innovative thought. The Alliance is the single industry voice for smart cards, leading industry discussion on the impact and value of smart cards in the U.S. and Latin America.

Statewatch Views: 10882
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Statewatch is a non-profit-making voluntary group founded in 1991. It is comprised of lawyers, academics, journalists, researchers and community activists. Its European network of contributors is drawn from 14 countries. Statewatch encourages the publication of investigative journalism and critical research in Europe the fields of the state, justice and home affairs, civil liberties, accountability and openness.

Sxip Networks Views: 10847
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Sxip Networks is developing identity management technologies that will usher in a new era for the exchange of personal digital information on the web. The goal of the next generation web is to provide a rich, simple user experience that offers users a trusted and secure mechanism to manage the privacy of their personal information. A strong identity architecture will eliminate silos of personal information and enable users to control their digital identity across the Internet.

Trans Atlantic Consumer Dialogue Views: 10863
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The Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue is a forum of US and EU consumer organisations which develops and agrees joint consumer policy recommendations to the US government and European Union to promote the consumer interest in EU and US policy making.

VeriSign Views: 10841
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VeriSign Inc (NASDAQ: VRSN) operates intelligent infrastructure services that enable and protect billions of interactions every day across the world’s voice and data networks. Every day, we process over 14 billion Internet interactions and 3 billion telephony interactions. We also provide the services that help over 3,000 enterprises and 450,000 Web sites to operate securely, reliably, and efficiently.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Privium Views: 10907
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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Privium: Border passage whereby you identify yourself by means of state-of-the-art biometrics using iris recognition. Safe and furthermore considerably faster compared with manual passport control.

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