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PrimeKey Solutions AB: BUDAPEST 13 & 14 OCT - The Meeting Point for Electronic Identification Experts

PrimeKey Solutions, Microsec and MULTICERT, with the officical support of the Hungarian Banknote Printing Company (www.penzjegynyomda.hu), are organizing the eID & ePass Conference (www.eid-epass.org) in Budapest, Hungary, on the 13th and 14th of October. This global forum on electronic identification gathers 35 speakers and 250 experts, key industrial as well as top-level government representatives from over 30 countries in high profile keynotes, case-oriented panel sessions, workshops, combined with extensive networking and an exhibition.

This 6th edition focuses on: Identity Assurance – standardization from a Government and Industry Perspective, Security Issues in ePassports, New Methods of Identification, eID ahead – New Use Cases and New Business Models, Electronic Identity Theft and Critical Data, Automated Border Control, eID Cloud Services, Internet of Things - as well as promote new major technology initiatives from all across the Globe. Delegations from all over the world will gather for two rewarding days full of discussions on electronic identification, industry innovation, business processes and legal aspects.

”It is our utmost pleasure to assist in the organization of the 6th eID & ePass Conference, as co-hosts in Budapest. This great event held for the first time in Central-Europe provides excellent opportunity to all experts of the IT industry working in this region to learn about the most up-to-date trends and technologies, and to companies in and around Hungary, having strong but only local presence in the market, such as our own company, to establish important connections to key industry players and users worldwide. Bringing the conference to the capital of Hungary in 2014 is a fantastic coincidence with the 30th anniversary of Microsec this year.” Mr Vanczák, President of Microsec, IT service provider of the Hungarian Ministry of Justice

”Following a breakthrough year, in which citizens across the world have been confronted with the power and value of their electronic identities. This conference offers a great opportunity to share experiences and learn how this evolution can be optimally handled.” Hans Graux – ICT Lawyer and Legal Advisor to the European Commission

“The Hungarian Banknote Printing Company proudly endorses this year’s edition of the conference in Budapest. As the sole producer of Hungarian Forint banknotes, and the leading security printer in Hungary specialized in production of ID documents and other products protected against counterfeiting, we are proud to have the opportunity to support this unique event. A meeting point for learning, sharing and networking with the leading Experts and Decision Makers in the Global eID community.” Ms Judit Gorondy-Novak, General Director, the Hungarian Banknote Printing Company, www.penzjegynyomda.hu

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