On the 27th October, the Communications Regulatory Authority of the Republic of Lithuania (RRT) and DigiTech Association “INFOBALT” are organizing the international conference “DigiT Baltic 2021”. The conference’s primary goal is to introduce the Baltic countries to the tools set out in the EU eIDAS Regulation: electronic signature, electronic seal, electronic time stamp and other innovative digital solutions used to ensure the security of digital transactions.
During “DigiT Baltic 2021”, representatives of the ENISA, ETSI, FESA, together with representatives of Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian and Ukrainian public and private sectors will discuss various topics, related to trust services and e-identity, share their experience and insights, and answer questions:
– How do digitization tools help businesses and citizens?
– Are electronic signatures and other trust services secure, and why should they be trusted?
– How can we use e-identity in digitization?
– How do the tools managed by the European Union’s eIDAS Regulation help ensure digital security: electronic signature, electronic seal and electronic timestamp? How to ensure that these tools would not only simplify the working process but also make it safer?
“DigiT Baltic 2021” is planned as a hybrid event, based on a physical venue in Vilnius (Lithuania), hotel Radisson Blue Hotel Lietuva (Konstitucijos 20) and supplemented with a possibility to join the event virtually. The conference is held in English.
You can register for the conference and get acquainted with the program here: https://digitbaltic.com/