World e-ID – The next Generation of e-ID Management Technologies & Services
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 55 countries have started issuing electronic travel documents, representing approximately two billion citizens! However many issues remain open:
– At the end of 2010, 15 European states will have e-ID/eGov projects on national level in use. The European Large-Scale Pilots (LSPs) STORK and epSOS which aim at interoperability of cross-border services are currently in their pilot phases. Is Europe on the highway to an European e-Identity?
– Japan has started with the e P.O.-box and the social security card project, the biggest single program in eGov/eService domain, worldwide. These two projects address a population of 130 million citizens.
– UK will start with the first eVisa program along ICAO in 2010.
– India and Brazil 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?
– 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. The logical access to network is typically a PKI-approach with contact-based microcontroller and the physical access e.g. for build access works as contactless memory. What should be the next evolution step in the high security enterprise domain?
Your participation in the World e-ID 2010 will be an ideal opportunity to share visions, see new perspectives and opportunities concerning
– new application standards such as ISO 18013, CEN TC 224, ISO 24727, BIG ePass/EAC, BIG eRP/BAC
– new technologies and the identification of new programs on national and international level;
– lessons learned from implementations and projects running.
This edition will feature a special focus on the developments in the e-Health domain and the access control systems based on e-ID. The World e-ID conference expands your network within the IT security community and connects you to all relevant stakeholders, such as government experts, industry representatives and consultants.
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.
National, transnational e-ID programs: case studies and lessons learnt
► Regional strategies in EU, US, Asian Pacific developments, Middle East, early adopters, etc.
► Interoperability and standardisation programs: interoperable travel documents, European Citizen
Card, Funding program on e-ID/e-Gov/Interoperability, cross-border e-ID services etc.
► Business models for e-ID management interoperability: the multi-application issue, Public-Private
Partnerships, service provider portals, middleware, reader, IT Infrastructure.
► PKI strategies and deployment, standardisation in PKI, federated structures for validation
► Pseudonymous and anonymous identity
► Automated Border Control pilots
► National health cards projects, central vs. decentral 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
Physical and logical access control systems
► Corporate security & electronic access control solutions: card-based, biometrics-based,
► Physical and logical security convergence
► e-ID standardization issues
► Privacy and security issues
► Physical access based on national e-ID
Secure ID systems
► Terminals and readers (class 1, 2 and 3 reader)
► Biometrics for secure authentication: on-line and on-card matching, developments in data formats
and file structures, layered and dual technologies etc.
► Smart-cards based solutions for secure authentication
► Testing comparative analyses of technologies, toolsets for quality and compliance testing
► Digital signatures
eServices where e-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
► Applications in NFC-enabled mobile phones, etc.
e-ID Standardisation status and outlook on:
► European Citizen Card, EU Visa program, e-Emergency Card, eEHIC, Driving License Card,
Middleware/Interoperability, HPC, SPOCS, etc.
► e-Residence Permit Card (ICAO + BIG) in Europe
► Registered Traveller and/or eGate Programs worldwide
► Application standards in the USA (e.g. PIV, TWIC, RTIC, PASS)
► Application standards in Japan (e.g. JUKI 2, Smoker Cards, iPass, SSC)
► Application standards in India (e.g. Driving License, UID etc.)
► GCC-Standard for Foreigner
Privacy and e-Inclusion
► How to take in the consumer preferences?
► The RFID wave and how to cope, threats and opportunities
► Privacy enhancing technologies implemented
HOW TO SUBMIT?
Prospective authors must submit a short abstract using the attached template (zipped Word document).
1. Short, explicit and appealing title.
2. Name, function, address, phone, e-mail, and affiliation of all the author(s) of the presentation together with a short description of the author(s)’ expertise.
3. The name of the actual speaker (only 1 person is allowed to present).
4. 3 to 4 bullet points (1 line max. each).
5. Length of the abstract: between 300-500 words (one A4 page).
6. Specify the conference they address to: e-Smart, Smart Mobility, World e-ID.
Submissions not conforming to these formatting instructions risk rejection regardless of their technical merit.
All submissions must be original ones, not previously published elsewhere, publicly presented or submitted in parallel to any other event. They should be informative and impartial. The Program Committees will review all submissions and will reject any commercially-oriented ones.
Authors are invited to submit their proposals electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
If authors do not receive acknowledgment within 72 hours, they are kindly invited to contact directly Lenick Perron – Strategies Telecoms & Multimedia – Phone + 33 1 48 59 99 32
Deadline for abstract submission is March 15th, 2010
Decisions and Presentation
Notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent to authors on April 30th, 2010.
Authors of accepted papers commit themselves to present their paper at the conference. In case of personal impediment, the speaking person shall arrange a substitute speaker.
The speaker’s registration rate is €455 (60% discount on the regular rate). The speaker has access to any conference during the whole Smart Event 2010.
Co-authors also benefit from preferential attendance rates. Speakers’ travel and accommodation expenses are not covered by the organizers.
Proceedings of each conference will be available at the opening of the event. Clear instructions about the proceedings will be sent to the authors of accepted papers.
The organizers commit themselves not to disseminate the presentations before the conferences.
Other important dates
► Official Program Appearance: May 31st, 2010
► Complete presentation for the proceedings: August 28th, 2010
Papers submitted to The Computer Journal
The Computer Journal, one of the longest-established journals serving all branches of the academic computer science community, will publish the best academic papers presented at Smart Event 2010. In the CFP form, you will be asked whether you are interested to submit the paper associated to your presentation, if any.
The Computer Journal is published by the Oxford University Press on behalf of the British Computer Society. More at http://comjnl.oxfordjournals.org/