Electronic Deeds Archive with Decentralized Key Management

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Dr. Armin Lunkeit, procilon GmbH

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The Bundesnotarkammer (Federal Chamber of Notaries) was mandated to build and host a secure platform to preserve all notarial deeds created in Germany. The system requires all documents to be end-to-end-encrypted with keys that are only available to 7,300 notaries. To make this possible, the archive relies on secure identities and devices to create, store, and share keys in the notaries’ offices. This session will cover: Security aspects of the project that ensure the confidentiality and availability of the documents over a period of 100 years. How document encryption and the concept of key domains for the secure key sharing between smart cards works. An overview of decentralized key management and what it means to do all this without having a central master key. Earn 0.25 CPE credits on this session. Keyfactor is an approved (ISC)² CPE Submitter, partner.
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