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SSEDIC: Scoping the Single European Digital Identity Community

The objective of this network will be to provide a platform for all the stakeholders of eID (electronic identity) to work together and collaborate to prepare the agenda for a proposed Single European Digital Identity Community. The network will identify the actions and the timetable for the Digital Agenda (DAE) and the successful launch of the European Large Scale Action (ELSA), as well as to provide a multi stakeholder planning resource to assist its implementation. The Thematic Network will establish a series of stakeholder groups in sectors as outlined in the ELSA/EIP/DAE report, holding the Key Actions on eID and Authentication. Each of the groups will consider, through further consultations the political, economic, social, technical, legal and environmental aspects of a single European digital community. The 35 partner stakeholders and the initial additional associated partners we present here (who have strongly expressed interest in participating) are only the start of this stakeholders’ network. The ambition of this network is to build a community of high level European and international experts in the coming 3 years. This community will be built via virtual tools: the dedicated online workspace, online conferences etc as well as via real live events integrated in the EEMA conference agenda and other major European Commission events. The Thematic Network is not intended to be an academic exercise, it is an action plan with a roadmap for the Digital Agenda for the coming decade. As such, the results of the Thematic Network need to reflect a transformational shift in the way everyone in the European community will think, behave, transact and indeed live in the coming years. The vision to be established by the Network can be a beacon to the rest of the world, demonstrating how the efficiency of a digital community can be translated into cultural and economic leadership.

Contact information

MERELLA Daniela
Via dell'Archiginnasio
00133 Rome
ITALY
Tel. +39 335 765 1227
Fax. +39 06 2020568

Participants

Coordinator: NESTOR s.c.a.r.l., ITALY

Participating partners:

Organisation Country
NESTOR s.c.a.r.l. ITALY
ZENTRUM FUR SICHERE INFORMATIONSTECHNOLOGIE - AUSTRIA AUSTRIA
BUNDESRECHENZENTRUM GMBH AUSTRIA
TIME LEX CVBA BELGIUM
SOCIETY FOR WORLDWIDE INTERBANKFINANCIAL TELECOMMUNICATION SCRLSWIFT BELGIUM
KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN BELGIUM
Internet Society Belgium vzw BELGIUM
IS-practice BELGIUM
INDIGOV BVBA BELGIUM
EuroConseils Sprl BELGIUM
EUROPEAN ELECTRONIC MESSAGING ASSOCIATION AISBL BELGIUM
ChamberSign AISBL BELGIUM
ANECT A.S. CZECH REPUBLIC
TRUSTMISSION FRANCE
Microsoft Research and Development France FRANCE
UNIVERSITAET STUTTGART GERMANY
UNABHAENGIGES LANDESZENTRUM FUER DATENSCHUTZ GERMANY
T-SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL GMBH GERMANY
FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V GERMANY
BUNDESAMT FUR SICHERHEIT IN DER INFORMATIONSTECHNIK GERMANY
ANCITEL SPA ITALY
MALTA INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AGENCY MALTA
DIREKTORATET FOR FORVALTNING OG IKT NORWAY
BankID Norge NORWAY
UNIVERSIDAD DE MURCIA SPAIN
UNIVERSIDAD DE MALAGA SPAIN
ATOS ORIGIN SOCIEDAD ANONIMA ESPANOLA SPAIN
DIGINOTAR BV THE NETHERLANDS
CAPGEMINI NEDERLAND BV THE NETHERLANDS
SPECTOR LORRAINE RUTH MARILYN UNITED KINGDOM
PUBLIC-I GROUP LTD UNITED KINGDOM
IBM UNITED KINGDOM LTD UNITED KINGDOM
HYPERION SYSTEMS LIMITED UNITED KINGDOM
E J Consultants (London) Ltd UNITED KINGDOM
3Ten Consulting Limited UNITED KINGDOM

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