Baku, May 30, AZERTAC
As part of the 19th International Scientific and Practical Conference "Information Security in Information and Telecommunication Systems", arranged by the State Service for Special Communication and Information Protection of Ukraine, held in Bucha (Kiev, Ukraine) on May 25-26, it was announced about the end of the second and the last phase of the pilot project for implementing the "Mobile ID" and the launch of the main project for the implementation of the "Mobile ID", based on the technology "Asan İmza".
During the conference a wide range of key issues that determine the legal, scientific, technical and economic aspects of ensuring the information protection in such areas as legislative and regulatory issues in the field of information security was also discussed, as well as topical issues of information security in cyberspace, prospects and problems of creating modern radio technical means of special communication, technical solutions and proposals for the creation and operation of modern secure information networks, and topical issues of the training personnel system in information security.
During the plenary session the issue of the main achievements and problems in information security was reviewed. It also included speeches by the heads of the State Service of Communications, Presidential administration, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, National Bank of Ukraine, representatives of ministries and agencies of Ukraine, as well as leading domestic and foreign enterprises among which was Jana Krimpe, the head of the "B.EST Solutions" company, an operator of "Asan İmza" enhanced e- signature. As part of the presentation at the plenary session, Mrs. Krimpe noted that the technology of the digital mobile identity "Asan İmza", meeting all international standards of the highest level of security, is the most important tool for ensuring information security in the provision of electronic services, preventing the risks of unauthorized access to users’ personal data. During the presentation, the project of the Digital Trade Hub of Azerbaijan and the potential of cross-border electronic services between Ukraine and Azerbaijan were presented. The presentation of Azerbaijan's innovations aroused great interest among the participants of the conference. B.EST Solutions “company and "Asan İmza" team are working hard to export the innovative Azerbaijani brand to different countries. It is "Asan İmza" that will allow "Mobile ID" in Ukraine to get the same advantages that are available to Azerbaijani citizens today" Jana Krimpe said. We hope that "Asan İmza" will become not only an innovative identity of Ukraine in providing electronic services to a wide range of people, but also act as a connecting element in the construction of cross-border electronic services between our countries, creating new innovative opportunities for the development of transport and logistics routes, exports and facilitation of business procedures between Azerbaijan and Ukraine, " Mrs. Jana Krimpe said. Commending the professionalism of Ukrainian colleagues in the implementation of cryptographic protection systems, Mrs. Krimpe expressed her confidence that cooperation between the two countries will give impetus to the implementation of new technologies and mutual enrichment with high-tech experience, especially in the implementation of post-quantum cryptography.
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