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Save the date! 30th June - ENISA workshop for the Trust Services Market

ENISA is organising a workshop for the Trust Services market in Brussels on June 30th, 2015.

Published on May 12, 2015

Trust service providers, conformity assessment bodies and supervisory authorities are invited to participate.

The workshop will focus on collaboration in frame of the eIDAS Regulation through panels and breakout sessions. The meeting aims to:

  • share good practices and experience as well as views on various aspects of the implementation of eIDAS by the relevant stakeholders and their compliance to EU legislation
  • understand the priorities and needs of trust service providers in the development of the eIDAS regulation.
  • exchange ideas on the positions of the different stakeholders in aspects like standards, certification, qualification, etc.
  • discuss strategies to promote the use qualified trust services in Europe.


Registration is now open and free of charge. Please register here

For more information: Trust Services Forum


This year ENISA in collaboration with the European Commission, is launching a Forum bringing together the three stakeholder communities in the qualified trust service market: trust service providers, conformity assessment bodies and supervisory authorities. The creation of this Forum has been motivated by the need for open discussion after the entry into force of the Regulation 910/2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market.

The Regulation has introduced new provisions that will facilitate harmonization and EU wide recognition of trust service providers, ensuring homogenous security levels and increasing market transparency. The eIDAS Regulation also foresees a permanent supervision of qualified providers, as well as periodical audits by conformity assessment bodies.

The aim is for providers to be able to discuss with regulatory and supervisory authorities how to facilitate compliance by aligning regulatory developments with the current market good practices, and how to increase market penetration of qualified trust services, as it is key to ensure a viable business model for qualified trust service providers, through an increased use of these services among European citizens, businesses and public administrations.



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