Safelayer Secure Communications, developer of security technology for digital identification in telematic networks, will have a stand at the XII Jornadas CERES expo being held in Madrid on 27 and 28 May.
The Jornadas CERES will be attended by representatives from government agencies who along with technology developers and other industry players will present their experiences and latest developments in e-administration deployments.
This 12th edition will feature talks on experiences with the CERES certifying entity regarding the authentication and confidentiality of communications between citizens, companies and other institutions and the state via open communication networks. At its stand, Safelayer will showcase the company's latest advances with its new eIDAS (electronic IDentification, Authentication and Signature) solution for the provision of identity services.
Safelayer's solution implements a user-centric service paradigm based on Web protocols including OAuth, Open ID Connect and SAML 2.0 Web SSO. It is designed for environments of mobility, cloud computing and social identity, and to provide functionality including trust elevation, step-up, SSO and federation.
Coherent with its commitment to advancing the security of e-administration for citizens, Safelayer has taken part in numerous editions of the Jornadas CERES expo, which are organized by the Royal Spanish Mint (Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre-Real Casa de la Moneda, FNMT-RCM).
Founded in 1999, Safelayer Secure Communications S.A. is a developer and a leader in security software solutions for managing digital identity, e-signature and data protection. Safelayer solutions are assured by the highest quality and security certifications as a result of heavy investment in R&D and innovation, the exclusive adoption of the standards, and strict interoperability control.