CEF eDelivery 'Security Controls' Guidance Document is Online!
CEF eDelivery is happy to announce the publication of the CEF eDelivery Security Controls' guidance document.
The guidance document addresses the security controls and recommendations applicable to CEF eDelivery message exchange in Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market (the eIDAS regulation).
As the message exchange Use Case is closely linked to the Electronic Registered Delivery Service (ERDS), a trust service under the eIDAS regulation, this document maps the Qualified ERDS (QERDS) requirements to the security controls of eDelivery.
In this document, the message exchange Use Case uses the AS4 messaging protocol, according to the e-SENS profile, without dynamic discovery i.e. without the Service Metadata Publisher (SMP) and the Service Metadata Locator (SML).
CEF eDelivery helps public administrations to exchange electronic data and documents with other public administrations, businesses and citizens, in an interoperable, secure, reliable and trusted way. Through the use of this building block, every participant becomes a node in the network using standard transport protocols and security policies.
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