Public Deliverables

Through the course of the FutureTrust Project there will be a number of external and internal project deliverables. Here we list all the latest public deliverables as soon as they are accepted by the European Commission (unless otherwise stated).

Work Package 1 - Administration

Management Report 3

Deliverable D1.3 (Confidential)

Confidential deliverables 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 contain project financial data of the FutureTrust project only.

Management Report 2

Deliverable D.1.2 (Confidential)

Confidential deliverables 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 contain project financial data of the FutureTrust project only.

Management Report 1

Deliverable D1.1 (confidential)

Confidential deliverables 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 contain project financial data of the FutureTrust project only.

Work Package 2 -  Foundations

This document presents a report based on (iterative) interaction with WP3 and WP4. It assesses a range of MS eID architectures which could be integrated within an EU eID metasystem and/or influence the very development of an EU eID metasystem. This is carried out via a combination of relevant desk research and consultation with experts in a sample of Member States including Austria and the UK. The goal was to compare a range of different eID scheme architectures, and assess the implications of the eIDAS Regulations in particular in the light of Articles 8, 11 and 12.

Analysis of current state of the art in relation to privacy and data protection requirements. The report comprises an analysis of current and proposed EU legislation in order to derive a list of to-be built in requirements applicable to
an EU eID metasystem to ensure compliance with EU privacy and data protection laws, including the newly adopted eIDAS Regulation. This is carried out via literature review and desk research.

Deliverable D.2.6

 The present document specifies an evaluation scheme for trustworthy services. For this purpose, it builds further on the trust model introduced in deliverable D 2.5.

This document specifies the core elements for trust models addressing the needs for eIDAS, particularly in the setting of global trust ecosystems such as a Transborder Trust Spaces. It forms the basis for the next tasks including the implementation and pilot tasks.

Deliverable D2.4

The present document delivers a novel methodology to measure and strengthen the security of eID services. In Task 2.3, we summarized attacks related to eID services and showed their applicability in two scientific papers[96] [97].In this task, we introduce novel measuring techniques allowing developers, penetration testers, and administrators to analyze their services and detect potential security problems. Even thoughthe document focuses on eID services, the introduced tools and measurement techniques are generic and can be adapted on any service beyond eID, too.

The present document gives an overview of security technologies and standards used in existing eID services. It shows known attacks on these standards and summarizes best current practices to harden the implementations. Finally, it presents a tool prototype which can be used to evaluate the security of eID services.

Describes in detail the examined eID services as well as the applied authentication schemes

This deliverable provides an overview of the current state of standardization activities pertinent to FutureTrust at various de-jure and de-facto standardization bodies. Based on this, it identifies gaps in the relevant standards in comparison to the FutureTrust vision that FutureTrust can help close

Work Package 3 - Design

This deliverable documents the definition and documentation of FutureTrust pilot- and demonstrator applications following the overall architectural principles described in D3.1. It includes the definition and documentation of functional principles and a description of a specification of the overall technical design of the Future Trust pilot- and demonstrator applications (and interface connectivity, functional and non-functional requirements) - this deliverable will be extended continuously due to dynamic evaluation of the principles during WP4 (implementation).

Design Documentation - Remote Signing & Sealing

Deliverable D.3.6 (Confidential)

The present document specifies requirements for Signature Generation & Sealing Service (SigS) and develops a resulting software design, which forms the basis for upcoming tasks steps including the development and quality assurance of the component under consideration

Design Documentation - Identity Management SErvice

Deliverable D.3.5 (Confidential)

The present document specifies requirements for an Identity Management Service usable for remote signing and sealing services as well as other server-based trusted services and develops a resulting software design, which forms the basis for upcoming tasks including the development and quality assurance of the component under consideration.

Design documentation of the Scaleable Preservation Services

Documentation resulting from Task 3.2: Use Case Model (definitions of interactions between actors and the system to be developed); Analysis Model (results of the use case analysis identifying a preliminary mapping of the required behaviour onto modelling elements in the system, such as class diagrams, state diagrams. It defines an architecture that will support the features to be implemented.)

Documentation resulting from Task 3.2: Use Case Model (definitions of interactions between actors and the system to be developed); Analysis Model (results of the use case analysis identifying a preliminary mapping of the required behaviour onto modelling elements in the system, such as class diagrams, state diagrams. It defines an architecture that will support the features to be implemented.)

This deliverable describes the architecture of all FutureTrust services and the overall definitions of technical aspects, incl. infrastructural requirements and requirements to the interfaces to the pilot and demonstrators applications

Work Package 4 - Implementations

Deliverable D.4.12

The present document is the test specification for the Comprehensive Signature Generation & Sealing Service component

Deliverable D.4.11-Ext

The present document represents the documentation of the design and implementation of the Georgian demonstrator (e-Initiative extension) in FutureTrust project. Since it is classified as “public” no critical information will be included.

Deliverable D.4.10

The present document comprises the definition and documentation of the FutureTrust German Pilot application, which allows to issue X.509-based certificates after an eID-based and University-specific enrolment procedure. It covers functionality principles and its infrastructural setup, as well as the technical concept and implementation of the Pilot infrastructure

Deliverable D.4.9

The present document represents the documentation of the implementation of the Austrian pilot in FutureTrust project. Since it is classified as “public” no critical information will be included. The document covers the explication of the technical steps for the pilot, and the organisational steps for the implementation of the FutureTrust services and the integration of the Austrian use case technologies (as described in D3.7.1 and D4.3).

Deliverable D.4.8

The present document represents the documentation of the implementation of the Multicert’s SEPA e-Mandate demonstrator in FutureTrust project. Since it is classified as “public” no critical information will be included. The document covers the explication of the technical steps for the demonstrator, and the organisational steps for the implementation of the FutureTrust services (as described in D3.7 [1] and D4.3 [2]).

Remote Signing & Sealing

Deliverable D.4.7 (Confidential)

The present document specifies details with respect to the interfaces of the Signature Generation & Sealing Service (SigS) and related test cases for the quality assurance of the component.

Identity Management Service

Deliverable D.4.6 (Confidential)

The present document describes the main results of the implementation phase for the Identity Management Services (IdMS), which can in particular be used for strong authentication and identification

Scalable Preservation Service

Deliverable D.4.5 (Confidential)

The present document specifies requirements for Signature Generation & Sealing Service (SigS) and develops a resulting software design, which forms the basis for upcoming tasks steps including the development and quality assurance of the component under consideration.

The present document describes the software architecture for the Comprehensive Validation Service component.

The deliverable comprises of two major parts, first the definition of Future Trust application infrastructure (services: IDM, MobileSign, ValS, PresS, gTSL) and second the concepts for the implementation of the pilot and demonstrator infrastructures. Both parts have to play together very strongly to cope with the obligations of a trouble-free pilot phase, seen overall from the technical perspective. To produce a comprising dimensional view on the technical requirements it was intended to proceed in a “scissors-like” way, what means: a convergence from the application side to the pilot/demonstrator side. Therefore, it is possible to be used as a guidebook for both sides to extend the level of mutual understanding.

The present document describes the software architecture for the Global Trust Service List component based on the Ethereum blockchain and the IPFS distributed file system.

A technical and organisational implementation plan and description of the technical artefacts of the FutureTrust services and platform, eIDAS alignment analysis and measures, a quality assurance plan.

Work Package 5 - Pilot & Demonstrators

Deliverable D.5.5

This deliverable reports the pilot test and evaluation activities and summarizes the different approaches realized by the partners RUB, University of Leipzig and Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts. It also covers aspects of the pilots’ exploitation as well as their future usuage.

Deliverable D.5.4

This deliverable summarizes the results of FutureTrust Task T5.5. Accordingly, it provides and discusses pilot-evaluation and impact-analysis results of FutureTrust pilots and demonstrators. Presented evaluation results have been obtained during three evaluation phases (ex-ante, mid-term, ex-post). Findings derived from obtained evaluation results have assisted pilot and demonstrator providers in continuously improving their applications. After the final evaluation phase, only minor issues have remained open. Detailed analyses show that these issues do not pose serious threats to the success of the pilots and demonstrators or to FutureTrust overall.

Deliverable D.5.3

The present document performs a Data Protection by Design assessment of the services developed by the FutureTrust project and the pilot and demonstrators designed to test them. This document forms the second iteration of a data protection assessment, with the first performed during the design stage of the FutureTrust services. Following a Data Protection by Design methodology, a brief description is given for each service, pilot and demonstrator, followed by a determination of their stakeholders, data flows, personal data processing and data protection roles. For each, a preliminary assessment of their data protection risk level is performed. The risk level is calculated based on feared events and associated privacy risks for seven categories, and the applied mitigating controls.

Deliverable D.5.2

In this document the rollout phase is considered from different perspectives, first a generic planning alongside the critical path and a more detailed description of the planning points to create a more specific view on the single pilot and demonstrators. Second this document covers additional points, which are overall important for the whole pilot phase, incl. responsibilities, 
risk management, quality assurance and sustainability actions (vision and planning). A further focus lies in the test procedures, which occur also more than once in the pilot phase, first within the rollout with the FutureTrust applications and second with the FutureTrust pilot and demonstrators.

The rollout phase is considered from different perspectives, first  generic planning alongside the critical path and a more detailed description of the planning points to create a more specific view on the single pilot and demonstrators. Second this document covers additional points, which are important for the whole pilot phase, incl. responsibilities, risk management, quality assurance and sustainability actions (vision and planning).

Work Package 6 - Dissemination, Exploitation, Technology Transfer

Deliverable D.6.14

Reports on the engagement of relevant stakeholders in the pilot phase. Pilot community building start directly after the pilot design phase (WP3) and will continue until the end of the project

Deliverable D.6.13

Describes the definition of the communication actions with potential pilot users which will help prepare the ground for the execution of the pilot.

Deliverable D.6.12

This document is an WP6 internal guide to theInternational go.eIDAS Summit for FutureTrust held in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, disseminating and communicating activities in project YR3, and driving the exploitation efforts of WP6 through its go.eIDAS branding.

This document is an  internal planning guide for holding an International symposium for FutureTrust in the United States disseminating and communicating activities in project YR2.

Deliverable D.6.10

This deliverable summarises the activities of FutureTrust dissemination events, to highlight the dissemination successes and activities of the project, for both evaluation purposes and information of partners that do not take part in the event.

This deliverable summarises the activities of FutureTrust dissemination events, to highlight the dissemination successes and activities of the project, for both evaluation purposes and information of partners that do not take part in the event.

Deliverable D6.8

This deliverable summarises the activities of FutureTrust dissemination events, to highlight the dissemination successes and activities of the project, for both evaluation purposes and information of partners that do not take part in the event.

Deliverable D6.7

This contains copies of the entire set of FutureTrust newsletters.

Report on Exploitation Planning & Reporting YR3

Deliverable D.6.6 (Confidential)

The FutureTrust project’s ambition is to evolve digital authenticity and trust and to provide near deployment-ready (TRL 7) infrastructure demonstrators for business and government services.
Pivotal factors to the success of such endeavours are not only technological brilliance, but also the proper planning of disseminating, exploiting and protecting the results. This report provides an overview of the current status of the consortium partners’ plans regarding exploitation activities. Furthermore, it provides an overview of options and challenges.
The general conclusion is that the current results of the FutureTrust project initiated many substantial exploitation efforts and the spin off benefits are expected to grow with more results becoming available.

Report on Exploitation Planning & Reporting YR2

Deliverable D.6.5 (Confidential)

The FutureTrust project’s ambition is to evolve digital authenticity and trust and to provide near deployment-ready (TRL 7) infrastructure demonstrators for business and government services.
Pivotal factors to the success of such endeavors are not only technological brilliance, but also the proper planning of disseminating, exploiting and protecting the results. This report provides an overview of the current status of the consortium partners’ plans regarding exploitation activities. Furthermore, it provides an overview of options and challenges.
The general conclusion is that the current results of the FutureTrust project initiated many substantial exploitation efforts and the spin off benefits are expected to grow with more results becoming available.

Deliverable D6.4

The present reports the technology exploitation efforts undertaken in year one of the project and suggests factors to include in the development of a success technology transfer strategy.

Deliverable D.6.3

This deliverable is a report describing relevant current standardization activities within and beyond the FutureTrust project. This serves for both evaluation purposes and information of partners that do not take part in standardization directly.

Deliverable D.6.2

This deliverable summarises the activities of FutureTrust dissemination events, to highlight the dissemination successes and activities of the project, for both evaluation purposes and information of partners that do not take part in the event.

This document serves to describe the initial membership of the FutureTRust advisory board. This deliverable provides short (Public Domain) CVs and area of expertise of the membership.

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