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File The legal, standartization and certification frameworks of trust service security
Nick Pope (Thales / ETSI)
Located in Events / Workshop on Security Aspects of TSPs 2013 / proceedings
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Ben Wilson (DigiCert)
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File Main security risks for trust service providers
Kim Nguyen (Bundesdruckerei / D-Trust)
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File object code Main security risks for trust service providers
Audun Jøsang (University of Oslo)
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File Main security risks for trust service providers
Iñigo Barreira (Izenpe)
Located in Events / Workshop on Security Aspects of TSPs 2013 / proceedings
File Security aspects of the new trust services defined in the draft Regulation
Alejandro Elices (Atos Research)
Located in Events / Workshop on Security Aspects of TSPs 2013 / proceedings
File Mitigating the impact of security incidents in trust services providers
Steve Roylance (GlobalSign)
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File Mitigating the impact of security incidents in trust services providers
Robert van de Rijt (Logius)
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Press Release text/texmacs EU cyber security Agency ENISA calls for secure e-banking and e-payments: non-replicable, single-use credentials for e-identities are needed in the financial sector
Different tokens, devices, mobile phones, e-signatures, etc. are used to authenticate our e-identities. Yet, some financial institutions are still not considering the risk of inadequate authentication mechanisms according to a new study by the EU Agency ENISA.
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