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DIGITAL DOCUMENTS – Everything you wanted to know and never asked before
There is more than signing electronically a document when it comes to paperless interactions. What type of signature do I need, what is the legal value of the electronic document, how should I store the signed documents over long period of time?

These are just a few topics that will be addressed during an interactive webinar. Don’t miss the chance to ask questions that are concerning you and your organization. Intesi Group’s experts will be happy to share their global expertise in digital transformation and to advise you on how to protect your data.

Apr 28, 2021 04:00 PM in London

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Trust Services Director @Intesi Group S.p.A.
Viky Manaila is an international expert in the field of electronic signatures, digital identity and digital transformation processes, who has successfully promoted the use of electronic signatures and electronic business globally. She is member of different high level working groups set up by the European Commission, ETSI and the US Government aimed at aligning policy and operations around trust identity, digital signatures and cross-recognition. Viky has successfully contributed to standardization work for the global acceptance of European Trust Services, as an expert in ETSI ESI Specialist Task Force 560. Global Acceptance of EU Trust Services is a study of existing trust services that operate in different regions of the world and their possible mutual recognition or global acceptance.
Journalist @Il Sole 24 Ore
Morya Longo is a journalist for the daily Italian newspaper “Il Sole 24 Ore”. He writes about financial markets, with a focus in recent years on the financial crisis and its effects on the real economy. He joined “Il Sole 24 Ore” in 2000, covering the bond market and the capital market. He wrote also about the major financial scandals in Italy (including Cirio and Parmalat) and in the rest of the world (Madoff or the more recent Libor-gate). He participate sometimes in TV debates on the crisis and on the situation of the market and Italian economy. Before working for “Il Sole 24 Ore”, he worked few months for “Il Mondo”, “Reuters” and other financial and economical newspaper.