eID for more transparent relations with businesses
National economies are seeking for new models of trust: public authorities will guarantee quality, reliability, transparency and authoritativeness of the services provided by the entire ecosystem.
IMPULSE and the perspective of its final end user
The end user represents a person for whom a hardware or software product is designed. In IMPULSE, potential final end users become an active part of the development of the innovative eID solution.
Social inclusion in the digital era: Can disruptive technology improve conditions for vulnerable citizens?
The train of public service digitisation has left the platform long ago in Denmark. Nevertheless, vulnerable citizens are, to a great extent, left waiting to jump on this modern way of interacting with the public sector and important private institutions like banks and housing landlords. Using the IMPULSE solution, the Danish case study in the City of Aarhus explores new ways to hand a group of left-behind citizens the ticket to the digital society.
Ertzaintza at the Security Forum
Our colleagues from Ertzaintza introduced the IMPULSE project at the Security Forum.
Moving down from the project to the implementation phase: when policy strategies matter
A short summary of the meeting organised by CyberEthics Lab. in the context of the IMPULSE project, where policy-makers from all around Europe discussed the pros and cons of the introduction of a system of electronic identity based on disruptive technologies and on the self sovereign identity approach.
What is the technology behind the identity verification of EU citizens in the online processes of public services?
EU citizens only need to take a selfie and capture an image of their government-issued identification (identity card, passport, driver’s license, etc.) to verify their identities online and access public services. If the system finds a match between the selfie and the person on the identity document, the user is verified and can access the service. Pretty simple, huh? But what is behind all this process? If you are wondering about the technology behind it, read on.
What does the standardisation landscape for identity management in public services looks like?
The consideration of relevant existing standards for the development of the projects’ solutions and the transfer of the projects’ results into standardisation by contributing to ongoing standardisation activities or by developing new standards offers a big opportunity for R&I projects such as IMPULSE. This post informs about the analysed standardisation landscape.
Face-to-face meeting in Vigo
On 15th-16th March 2022, the IMPULSE consortium met in Vigo for the first time.
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