On 2 February Ascertia launched its latest update of ADSS Server (v6.8). This release includes support for the latest Cloud Signature Consortium API.
A Trust Service Provider (TSP) is an entity that provides any number of trust services involved with the creation, validation and preservation of e-signatures, e-seals or digital certificates.
What is the Cloud Signature Consortium (CSC)?
Ascertia is a CSC member, a group of industry and academic organisations committed to building a new standard for cloud-based digital signatures that will support web and mobile applications and comply with the most demanding electronic signature regulations in the world. The CSC was created to develop common protocols so that distributed applications and services can leverage digital signatures in a non-proprietary way.
SAVIS Technology Group, one of Vietnam’s leading IT companies, is using Ascertia’s Trust Services Platform to secure the digital information of its enterprise and government department customers.
Nothing is more important than a company’s data. There is also no larger risk in today’s digital economy to business continuity and regulatory compliance.
Readily available and reliable mobile internet seems second nature to us now, but it’s taken a while to get to this point.
We are very excited to announce the release of ADSS ePassport Server, which bolsters the capability of our Trust Services Platform and provides global governments with a trust infrastructure compliant to the very latest standards from the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and the European Union.
Previously we answered the most common questions about the OCSP. Another element involved in the creation and verification of signatures is timestamping. This blog covers how timestamping works, what a Timestamp Authority is, and why timestamping is beneficial to the longevity and legality of digital signatures.
DigitalSign is a trust service provider and long-term Ascertia partner based in Portugal, operating across Europe and Brazil.