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The primary purpose of SI-CAS is to integrate the functionality of the electronic identification into IT solutions of the public sector. It is established as a central service for identity verification that is available to web applications. Central service makes sense, since it is a universal solution for all services in order to ensure security and trust that are needed for a reliable user identification. The central support enables easier management and allows the usage of different electronic identifiers of various issuers and the support of various technical solutions (eg. support for the reliable authentication via mobile phones) and their development. Users can authenticate using different e-identities of domestic and foreign identity providers. E-identities can have different trust assurance levels from the lowest level (user names and passwords, FB profile, ...) to the highest levels (e-identity on a secure token, eg. on a smart card) provided by different identity providers. The required trust assurance level is always determined by the service provider that uses the SI-CAS for authentication purposes. The only user data stored in SI-CAS are his e-mail address and appropriately protected (encrypted or protected by the hash function) basic identifiers. Instead, only the information of the registered identity providers and available attributes providers are stored in the system. If the service provider decides to use the SI-CAS it doesn’t have to integrate with each identity provider and attribute provider separately but only with SI-CAS. In the process of authentication SI-CAS acts as a trusted intermediary. On the service provider’s request it verifies the user's identity at the relevant identity provider and, where necessary, obtains further identification attributes from identity provider or attribute providers. For this purpose SI-CAS has established direct trust with service providers, identity providers and attribute providers. Trust is established both on the technological and on a formal level.

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The Gigabit Infrastructure Development Plan is Slovenia’s strategic document for the setting up – and partly also for promoting the use of – infrastructure that will enable gigabit connectivity to all Slovenian households or homes, businesses, and the main socio-economic drivers, while providing uninterrupted 5G coverage in all urban and other populated areas and along major terrestrial transport paths. The Plan is fully harmonised with the fundamental digital objectives of the European Union in the field of connectivity, but it does not include digital objectives in the field of digital infrastructure which will be covered by other strategic documents and public policies. The Plan includes objectives and measures aimed at developing gigabit infrastructure, hence making Slovenia one of the most digitally advanced countries by 2030, providing coverage by gigabit networks to all households and 5G coverage of all populated areas. The Plan’s key intermediate objective is to provide by 2025 all Slovenian households with internet connectivity offering at least 100 Mbps, upgradeable to gigabit speed. The Plan also constitutes a basis for the allocation of funds from the recovery and resilience facility, cohesion policy funds for the period 2021–2027 and other public funds in this field. In this way, the ex ante conditionality is met for the deployment of broadband infrastructure in white spots and the promotion of connectivity with the uptake of the most suitable technologies.

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The Digital Slovenia 2030 strategy is the overarching strategy for the digital transformation of our country by 2030 and is the response of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia to the development challenges of digitalization. It is intended to provide strategic planning for promoting Slovenia's digital transformation in the development period by the year 2030. The strategy takes into account the ambitions and principles of the European Union (EU) and is the result of coordination between government representatives, institutions, academics, civil society, and the interested public. It addresses the key areas of Slovenia's digital transformation, building on European strategic documents and focusing on the main challenges of digital transformation in Slovenia. The strategy anticipates orientations and targets with indicators to address the biggest development gaps to accelerate the development of digital transformation in all areas, from gigabit infrastructure to the digital transformation of the economy, digital public services, the path to Smart Society 5.0, cybersecurity, digital competences and inclusion, and related content such as enabling environments and the green transition. The Digital Slovenia 2030 Strategy is a strategic document and contains specific measurable indicators in each of the thematic areas. The overarching objective of the strategy is to promote the digital transformation of Slovenia in all segments – society, government, local communities, and the economy. The Ministry responsible for digital transformation is responsible for managing the implementation of the strategy.

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