ENISA is launching a new public survey to collect information about the electronic Identity and Authentication Systems (eIDAS) used in e-Finance and e-Payment systems. The aim is to analyse the risks associated with each eIDAS mechanism and produce guidelines on the best practices for the main organisations in this sector. These include financial institutions, merchants and payment service providers.
The survey is anonymous, with no personal information being collected, and ENISA would like as many people as possible to take part. For more information and to participate, go to Survey on Authentication Mechanisms in eFinance and ePayment services.
The survey is open until 30th June 2013, and ENISA plans to publish a report on its findings later in the year.
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