Bernd Zwattendorfer

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The paper focuses on the legal, data security and privacy issues of the STORK (Secure idenTity acrOss boRders linKed) infrastructure and aims (a) to summarize the main findings and (b) to identify key points that the STORK consortium and stakeholders need to resolve in order to make the STORK security and privacy framework more robust, with the ambition to(More)
Unique identification and secure authentication of users are essential processes in numerous security-critical areas such as e-Government, e-Banking, or e-Business. Therefore, many countries (particularly in Europe) have implemented national eID solutions within the past years. Such implementations are typically based on smart cards holding some certified(More)
The STORK framework — enabling secure eID federation across European countries — will be the dominant identification and authentication framework across Europe in the future. While still in its start up phase, adoption of the STORK framework is continuously increasing and high loads can be expected, since, theoretically, the entire population(More)
The current Austrian electronic mandate system, which allows citizens to act as representatives for other citizens or companies in e-Government services, relies on a centralized deployment approach. Thereby, a trusted central service generates and issues electronic mandates on the fly for service providers. The usage of this service is continuously(More)