National eIDs in pan-European e-Government Services

Since the beginning of the 21st century, European Member States have been planning, developing and implementing new solutions to offer electronic services to citizens and businesses on a digital platform in order to improve administrative efficiency, accessibility and user-friendliness and, above all, reduce costs. Policy makers and experts agreed on the desirability of finding solutions that would allow all stakeholders to work together across (digital) borders, while respecting the autonomy of the Member States. One of the directions taken defined a model, which included levels of authentication. ENISA reviewed the authentication levels and their mapping to public electronic services in the eGovernment programme framework, which require an authentication of the user (security services

Published
January 24, 2010
Authors
Slawomir Gorniak – ENISA, Stephan Körting – HJP Consulting, Diana Ombelli – HJP Consulting, Rodica Tirtea - ENISA, Demosthenes Ikonomou - ENISA
Language
English

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