When trying to understand the new eIDAS regulations set to go officially online in the EU in September, it helps, Trulioo GM Zac Cohen told Karen Webster, to take a step back and look at the general purpose of the European Union.


If one were to take a very quick trip back in time to the year 2014, when the eIDAS regulations were first passed, they would see the EU was lagging behind when it came to offering the same single market harmony that was the expected norm across most trade relationships in the single commerce zone, Cohen told Webster.


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