A recent Forrester report outlined several interesting trends – firstly, the adoption of e-signatures within businesses continues to grow steadily throughout the world and in Europe enterprises are engaging with e-signature providers for a broader set of digital services than their US counterparts.
Last year’s IoT Solutions World Congress was an opportunity for the industry to focus on the increasing influence of the Internet of Things in PKI planning. We attended the event with our technology partner Thales e-Security, which has just published a report with the Ponemon Institute looking at PKI trends across eleven countries.
Recently a vulnerability in the implementation of TLS protocol has been found called ROBOT (Return Of Bleichenbacher's Oracle Threat). This is the return of a 19-year-old vulnerability that allows RSA decryption and signing operations with the private key of a TLS server.
We’re pleased to announce that Ascertia has been ‘Highly Commended’ at this year’s UK IT Industry Awards in the Cloud Innovation Provider of the Year category!
Companies trading within the EU must comply with countless regulations every day, including directives specifically relating to VAT and electronic invoicing.
Launched in 2012, the G-Cloud framework has revolutionised how public sector departments access innovative IT solutions. By providing the UK Government the ability to procure services from approved cloud-based suppliers, IT costs have been driven down and efficiency increased.
This article discusses the features that should be on a highly desirable feature list when looking for an OCSP Responder product. Although the main focus of this topic is technical there are of course also commercial aspects that need consideration, these are summarised briefly at the end. The technical features explained here are all available and implemented in Ascertia ADSS OCSP Server, which is downloadable on trial basis.
It is clear that digital signatures are a very valuable security technique that enables data integrity (proving that the information has not changed since signing) and user authentication (proving who signed-off or approved the information). Digital signatures are now widely used in various industries and applications from signing of machine-readable travel documents to payment transactions to e-invoicing.