EEMA Has Found a New Role

EEMA was founded in 1987 as the European Electronic Messaging Association, mirroring the now-defunct EMA. EEMA has continued with a loyal group of supporters and shifted focus with industry trends. Its focus is now Electronic Identity, and we just attended the two-day European e-Identity Conference in The Hague.

EEMA is outsourcing its operations, which is working well. This change has restored its finances to a sound footing. There are regular meetings around Europe and special interest groups.

There was an attendance of almost 200, and a good selection of worthwhile talks. Corporate membership is low cost, and worth considering for organizations and individuals interested in Electronic Identity.

... Steve Kille

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