At present the CIS member countries declared that information and communication technologies (hereinafter referred to as the “ICT”) development will be a priority and a necessary condition for a sustainable economic growth and improvement of the citizens’ standards of life.
National ICT development program enable more and more citizens to access to global information networks and resources, which facilitates international integration processes in all spheres of society life (commerce, education, medicine, public services and others).
But in international information interaction crucial is the question of ensuring of trust and security of date exchange. It is especially important for the processes inmplying commitment of ligally significant actions.
Since 2011 in ordrer to ensure trusted transboundary exchange of electronic data the RCC carries out complex and systematic work on forming the transboundary trust space (hereinafter "the TTS") involving the best international experts.
A brief description of the objective, the resuls reached and development directions are given in the White paper "Common trust infrastructure for legally significant transboundary electronic interaction".
A detail description of work stages is given in the following chart:
|Stage 1 - "the Model of CIS member countries’ trans-boundary trust space forming and functioning in the Internet network" (hereinafter the "TTS Model") (attached TTS Model and the Explanatory note for the TTS Model) is developed|
|Description of the TTS conceptual framework, basic units and components, as well as interconnections between them is given. In the TTS Model the following TTS forming stages are planned ПД-Т.||Approved at 17th meeting of CIS member countries’ Coordination council in communication at the RCC (June 2, 2011, Erevan, Republic of Armenia, decision № 17/3).|
|Stage 2 - "the Methodology of the trans-boundary trust space forming and functioning in the Internet network" (hereinafter the “TTS Methodology”) (attached the TTS Methodology and Explanatory note for the TTS Methodology) is developed|
Description the TTS construction basic principles and approaches is given.
The TTS architecture is developed, that includes:
The Methodology presents - to the first approximation - the options of the CTI services realization and their selection algorithm applicable to the following subject areas:
Proposed for acquaintance at the conference organized by five regional UN commissions (UNECA, UNECE, UNECLAC, UNESCAP, UNESCWA) "Global Trade Facilitation Conference 2011", and dedicated to a mechanism of the single window and supply chains.
Presented at 18th session of the United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT).
Is a part of auxiliary materials to the new Recommendation draft UN/CEFACT «On Trusted transboundary exchange of electronic commercial documents».
Approved at 18th meeting of CIS member countries’ Coordination council in communication at the RCC (November 5, 2012, Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan, decision № 47/18-9).
Jointly with a representative of a German company T-Systems International GmbH was prepared a Comparative analysis of the “Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market” draft and the TTS Methodology.
|Stage 3 - "Concept of development and adoption of drafts for coordination and audit of CTI participants activities" is created|
Description of approaches to organizationally-legal regulation of transboundary trust space is given.
Contains algorithm of forming a nomenclature and content of regulatory legal acts for different variants of CTI relization.
|Developed on demand of the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation jointly with a representative of a German company T-Systems International GmbH and the head of department of law theory and comparative jurisprudence of National research university «Higher school of economics».|
|Stage 4 - development of drafts for coordination and audit of CTI participants activities|
|Planned for 2013|
On any questions please contact:
Alexey Domrachev, a member of the RCC Informatization Commissions and information security, Advisor to the Department of State policy in the creation and development of e-Government Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation
Alexander Sazonov, a member of the RCC Information Security Commission, the deputy general director on development, "National Certification Authority Rus" CJSC
Georgiy Vuss, The scientific consultant of the Federal state unitary enterprise All-Russia Research Institute for computer engineering and informatization problems
Vladimir Kustov, CEO «GAZINFORMCERVICE» LLC