The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) of the European Union is organising an event on 7 December 2017 in the Concert Noble, Brussels. The objective of this event is to showcase concrete examples of how the CEF building blocks (eDelivery, eInvoicing, eID, eSignature and eTranslation) successfully contribute to creating a Digital Single Market.

Representatives and panellists from the private sector will successfully demonstrate the value of the building blocks and the eIDAS Regulation on trust services in the internal market for the realisation of the Digital Single Market.

Esther Makaay

This event will also clearly illustrate how the building blocks facilitate the creation of cross-border digital public services and related benefits for citizens, businesses and public administrations. It will also offer a unique forum for discussion on future CEF building blocks and remaining challenges to be addressed in the realisation of the Digital Single Market.

Connectis will share its insights

As an important player in the area of eIDAS we have has been asked to share our illuminating insights about how the CEF building blocks are making the Digital Single Market a reality.

Esther Makaay, our eID specialist and responsible for the eIDAS 2018 Municipalities project will pick up showcase number 7 at 1.30 p.m.:
Accessing EU-wide public services with eID. A look into the future of borderless transactions.

She also will take place in the panel discussion afterwards.

Interested?

For more information, the full agenda and registration, please go to:
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital