“Skaitmeninio sertifikavimo centras” – a member of the International PKI Forum
On September 17-19, an international “PKI Forum” conference took place in St. Petersburg for the 11th year already. “Skaitmeninio sertifikavimo centras” (SSC) was one of its participants.
The “PKI Forum” is one of the major regional events to discuss the Public Key Infrastructure’s issues and perspectives by its scale and significance. Last year, the event was attended by 280 delegates from 7 countries, including representatives of 23 federal and 33 regional-level government structures. This year’s forum was equally representative; it was attended by such participants as the Bank of Russia, “Gazprom,” Russian Railways, as well as representatives of the largest financial and industrial groups. This shows that large-scale companies actively employ public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and e-signature solutions.
“When attending the forum in 2010, we introduced its participants to e-signature software “Justa” developed by “Skaitmeninis sertifikavimo centras,” and this year, upon the request of the organizers, we will review the market of e-signature services in the EU,” says Commercial Director of “Skaitmeninis sertifikavimo centras” Edgaras Dadašovas.
Constantly growing exports of services and its research base’s reorganization open doors for SSC’s innovations to new markets – both western and eastern.
About “Skaitmeninio sertifikavimo centras”
SSC is the first and only private certification center in Lithuania operating for 9 years already. The company issues its certificates to citizens and companies in 21 countries. In 2010-2012, the company developed innovative solutions that carry on e-signature and identity management solutions under a well-known brand, “Justa.” SSC services have been certified by the international standards ETSI TS 102 023, ETSI TS 102 042, ETSI TS 101 456, and CEN CWA 14167-1.
The company is a participant of international expert groups UN CEFACT, ISO-IECJTC1-SC27 and a member of CA/Browser Forum that develops identity verification and e-mail services security requirements along with such companies as “Symantec,” “Microsoft,” “Apple,” “Google,” “Mozilla” and “Opera.”