Digital Identity Documents

  • Passports and ID-cards (eID tokens)
  • Embedding and programming chips for on-board computing and data storage
  • Machine readable travel documents
  • Active and passive authentication features
  • Biometric capabilities
  • Physical and electronical personalization

Certification Services

  • Technical operations and infrastructure of Certification Authorities (CA) and Registration Authorities (RA)
  • Certification policies
  • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and cryptography
  • Physical tokens (smart cards, RFID, NFC, WPKI)
  • Competences

Regulations and Law

Provision of digital identity and signature services is regulated by state and federal governments, and the European Union. In addition to mandatory legal acts, there are also whitepapers and other policy papers that should be taken under account while implementing the services, in order to ensure maximum future-proofness and compatibility.

  • European Union regulations
  • legislation of several member states
  • policy papers issued by professional associations and other international bodies.