To truly unlock the full benefits of Mobile Cross-Border Government Services, the Single Digital Gateway Regulation (SDGR) and the (updated) eIDAS Regulation must be enabled for mobile-device use that we nowadays naturally expect. This shall come with unprecedented user journeys by making extensive use of automatic attribute provision and SDGR’s once-only principle (OOP), complemented by mobile identification, so that cumbersome filling of complex forms is replaced by user-controlled and user-consented releasing of authoritative data.
By taking advantage of the security features of modern smartphones like hardware-backed secure elements together with integrated convenience elements like biometric sensors, our piloted research meets both the security needs and data-protection expectations one has for public services and the usability challenges that arise when accessing complex services using constrained mobile devices.
By pushing forward the practical use of inclusive mobile Government services in Europe, such services will be brought in line with EU citizens’ expectations for safe, resilient and sustainable mobile communication. It will also support the transformation of an eGovernment-based society into a mobile Government driven society.Registration:
The conference participation is free of charge, however preliminary registration is mandatory by November 30 here: Click here to open the registration-form.
Brussels, Rue Guimard 11/13m, Brussels, at the Permanent Representation of Estonia to the EU
12-13 welcoming light lunch
13.00 Opening of the conference, Ambassador Marten Kokk, Deputy Permanent Representative of Estonia in Brussels
13.05-13.30 Keynote presentation on Challenges ahead with SDG and eIDAS wallet implementation. The opportunities and long term vision. Mr Luukas Ilves, Government Chief Information Officer of Government of Estonia
13.30-13.55 Mobile Cross-Border Government Services – Bridge between eIDAS and the Single Digital Gateway . Hans Graux, Timelex
13.55-14.20 Sustainability and future outlooks of Mobile Cross-Border Government Services. Carsten Schmidt, University of Tartu
14.20-14.45 Successful piloting of mobile cross border e-services: i-voting and smart mobility. Jordi Cucurull and Polina Toropova, Scytl
14.45-15.20 Coffee break
15.20-15.45 Introducing opportunities for mobile government adoption. Lucy Temple , Donau Uni Krems
15.45-16.30 eIDAS and SDG implementation going forward
15.45 Creating infrastructure and environment for cross-border government services. Plans for future. DG - tbc
16.00 Developing mobile governance policies as part of the Digital Europe Programme. DG Grow - tbc
16.15 Connecting people digitally. Outlook on policy development. DG Connect - tbc
16.30-17.00 Panel discussion How we move forward with eIDAS for secure cross-border services. Moderated by Herbert Leitold, A-SIT Secure Information Technology Center Austria17.00 Closing of the conference and standing reception