Safelayer, European Trust and Security leading company for the TIC's, is participating in the ISSE 2006, where it will expose its ideas concerning the Trust Platform development of its product TrustedX.
ISSE is the only really independent European Conference that examines current technical aspects of the organization, as well as the minimization of legal and political risks referred to TIC security.
That is why the representatives for companies of both public and private fields, will meet in order to share the use of Corporate Good Practices and discuss Computing Security strategies at its key areas.
The event's main objective is releasing the importance of Corporate Security as well as implications about privacy, user authentication, vulnerabilities related to Computing Security, legal demands, etc. It will deal with such subjects as e-Identification, PKI, Biometric Technology Solutions, Security Control, privacy and data, risk minimization, e-Government applications, European projects concerning TIC's and Identity Control, among others.
The conferences have been organized by EEMA, an independent association devoted to Electronic Commerce created in 1987. EEMA's job is to make all its European members, government corps, Standardization organizations and e-commerce enterprise accomplish the running legislation.
ISSE 2006 will be held at the Rome SGM Conference Centre on October 10 through 12 and will count on the attendance of several experts in the subject, including other subject experts: Ms. Helena Rif-Pous, responsible for projects of Safelayer's I+D+I, who will make a speech titled "A Service Oriented Trust Development Platform", and Mr. Ángel Toribio-González, Product Marketing Dept., who will perform duties of introduction of the company in every conference.
Safelayer Secure Communications S.A. is a Spanish company that was founded in May 1999 and is devoted to manufacturing security software solutions for managing digital identity, electronic signature and data protection. The company has developed all of its technology in Spain and is currently Spanish market leader in security. Today, Safelayer technology sustains the three major certification and digital identification projects in Spain: the Spanish Royal Mint, or FNMT, the Digital ID (DNI Electrónico) and the Digital Passport. Similarly, Safelayer technology ensures the NATO e-mail system.
Safelayer technology, based on open standards, is characterised by its strength, simplicity and flexibility and it is endorsed by the Common Criteria EAL2 and EAL4+ maximum quality certifications.