The European Commission and the eIDAS Expert Group just released a summary description of the eIDAS expert groupís understanding of the EU Digital Identity Wallet. 23.02.2022

The European Commission just released its proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 as regards establishing a framework for a European Digital Identity. 03.06.2021

An increasing number of third countries are keen on aligning with eIDAS. As a first step towards alignment, the European Commission usually recommends a technical feasibility pilot. That is why it launched the "Pilot for the International Compatibility of Trust Services". 12.03.2021

The European Commission introduced the new "EU Trust Services Dashboard", that unifies and centralises the CEF eSignature building block tools and information related to the eIDAS trust services backbone. 05.03.2021

SEALED contributed to the following eIDAS reports recently published by ENISA on guidance for (qualified) trust service providers. 16.02.2021:

The European Commission has launched a public consultation on the eIDAS Regulation: It will be open until 2 October 2020 and will take into account the latest technological and policy developments. 28.07.2020

The European Commission ran a pilot project on Qualified Web Authentication Certificates (QWACs): It demonstrated how to implement QWACs, which authenticate websites by providing trusted information about the identity of persons or legal entities behind a website, through an implementation that decouples QWACs into an attribute certificate and a base certificate, which are cryptographically linked. 20.07.2020

SEALED is a "Private Sector" member of the "Arab-African eCertification Authorities Network" AAECA-Net. 01.06.2020

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15.03.2022, Online: Conference on European Standardisation in Support of the EU Cybersecurity Legislation.

08-09.06.2022, London (UK): EEMA Annual Conference 2022.

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