BAKU, Azerbaijan, June 24
By Sadraddin Aghjayev - Trend:
The introduction of the innovative mobile identity technology (Asan Imza) in Azerbaijan has been added to the best practices of numerous reports of international organizations as a tool to ensure accessibility, inclusiveness and transparency in rendering the services to the population, Director General and Founder of B.EST Solutions company Jana Krimpe said during the "Electronic Fiduciary and Security Services" international online conference, Trend reports on June 24.
“The users of the Asan Imza service have access to more than 1,000 e-services which are rendered by the public and private sectors of Azerbaijan,” Krimpe said.
Krimpe stressed that Azerbaijan's Digital Trade Hub (DTH) will contribute to the accelerated recovery of the country through digital technologies in the social, economic and financial sectors in the post-COVID-19 period.
"The entrepreneurs will be able to establish a company in Azerbaijan, regardless of geographic location, and use significant e-services at a distance through DTH mobile residency," director general of the company said.
Krimpe stressed the prospects for cross-border models of mutual recognition between the EU and other countries of the new provisions of eIDAS Regulation (Regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market), European digital wallets for identification, a new concept of electronic identification systems, electronic registers to ensure legal provability, additional protection of personal data, certification in accordance with the EU Cybersecurity Act.
“The Framework Agreement on Facilitation of Cross-Border Paperless Trade in Asia and the Pacific promotes the creation of cross-border mechanisms for the mutual recognition of data and documents in electronic form for electronic commerce among participants and allows them to conclude bilateral and multilateral agreements on mechanisms for the implementation of mutual recognition,” Krimpe added.
Such a topic as "Electronic identification and trust services as the future of the digital economy" was on the agenda of this year's conference. More than 700 experts from all over the world took part in the online event.
The representatives of private companies and public organizations supporting e-transformation summarized that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the development of paperless services.
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