Regulation (EU) No. 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of July 23, 2014, on electronic identification and trust services in electronic transactions in the internal market, which entered into force on the 1st of July 2016, has experienced an uneven implementation in the countries of the European Union.
We analyze the degree of implementation in the main countries of the EU:
There is not a national law yet but there are different procedures and requirements based on ETSI regulations.
Supervisory Body: ANSSI (Agence nationale de la sécurité des systèmes d’information).
There is not a national law yet, but there are different procedures and requirements based on ETSI regulations.
Supervisory Body: BSI (Federal Office for Information Security).
The national law is applied, without connection with the ETSI or CEN norms.
The Conformity Assessment Bodies are accredited according to ISO / IEC 17065 + ETSI EN 319 403.
Supervisory Body: Service Publique fédéral Economie, PME, Moyennes Classes and Energie.
National Law 39/2015 applies. There are no specific procedures for Trust Service Providers.
Supervisory Body: Ministry of Energy, Tourism and Digital Agenda (MINETUR).
There is no national law, but a national accreditation system, based on EN 319 403, administered by ACCREDIA (2 CAB accredited – VERITAS and CSQA).
Supervisory Body: Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale.
There is no national law, but national procedures for notifications of non-compliance and accreditation of the CAB.
Supervisory Body: Authority for Consumers and Markets and Agentschap Telecom.
- United Kingdom:
The national law for the eIDAS application defines the applicable procedures for each type of trust service.
Supervisory body: The Information Commissioner.
The complete chart can be found in the following link: