The Verkhovna Rada adopted the government bill “on electronic trust services” (N4685). For the adoption of the document in the second reading of 240 deputies voted, the correspondent of

The range of such services includes administrative tools of business: electronic identification (BankID, MobilD), electronic signature, electronic seal, the mark time, the recommended e-mail service, fake control of electronic resources.

Provides that state regulation in this sphere will be the responsibility of the Cabinet of Ministers, special Central authority and the national Bank.

According to the document, users of electronic trust services have the right to choose who will provide these services. They also have the right to file application for cancellation, blocking or the restoration of its public key certificate.

However, users must ensure the impossibility of unauthorized access to your key. And also to immediately report to anyone who provides e-services on suspicion or fact of compromise of the private key. Those who provide services are obliged to ensure the protection of personal data of users.

The law shall enter into force one year after publication.

As explained in introducing the document, the head of the parliamentary Committee for Informatization and communications Oleksandr Danchenko, existing accredited centers of certification of keys are automatically entered in a trust list, electronic digital signatures and public key certificates are used before completion of their validity period, but not longer than two years from the date of entry into force of the law.

We will remind, earlier the Ministry of justice declared that introduction in Ukraine of electronic trust services is key to the country’s integration into the information space of the EU.

7 February in the Verkhovna Rada not gain sufficient votes for the adoption of this bill as a whole.

The Verkhovna Rada adopted the law on electronic trust services 05.10.2017

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