For more than 27 years, EEMA has been Europe’s leading independent, non-profit e-Identity & Cyber Security association,
working with its European members, governmental bodies, standards organisations and interoperability initiatives
throughout Europe to further e-Business and legislation.
EEMA’s remit is to educate and inform over 1,500 contacts on the latest developments and technologies, at the same
time enabling members of the association to compare views and ideas. The work produced by the association with its
members (projects, papers, seminars, tutorials and reports etc.) is funded by both membership subscriptions and revenue
generated through fee-paying events. All of the information generated by EEMA and its members is available to
other members free of charge.
Any organisation involved in e-Identity or Security (usually of a European or global nature) can become a member of
EEMA, and any employee of that organisation is then able to participate in EEMA activities. Examples of organisations
taking advantage of EEMA membership are Volvo, KPMG, Deloitte, ING, BankIDNorge, Rabobank, Bankenes
Standard, Sonofi Aventis, Verisign, Verizon, Thales eSecurity, Novartis, Metropolitan Police, McAfee, Adobe, Magyar
Telecom Rt, National Communications Authority, Hungary, Ministerion de Trabajo, Nokia, European Commission,
Microsoft, NETS, Orange, Fedict, BCS, Consult Hyperion, Atos and Siemens to name but a few.
Role in the project and main tasks
EEMA will act as dissemination and exploitation partner using its expertise and activities to disseminate the project, its
research and results to the community. It will also establish mechanisms for long term exploitation of the outcomes of