Security integrator and Trust Service Provider ADACOM was looking for a robust solution that could add value to their offering, and enable customers to utilise electronic signatures via ADACOM’s workflow platform or for their own in-house deployments.
OCSP stands for Online Certificate Status Protocol and is used by Certificate Authorities to check the revocation status of an X.509 digital certificate.
Ascertia’s digital signature solutions are part of Verisec’s core infrastructure, helping the company to deliver high-trust digital identity and information security products and services.
Leading Nordic software and services company Tieto was searching for a global provider of high-trust e-security solutions.
In our latest case study, discover how Ascertia stood out over other signing solution vendors for numerous reasons, including:
- A reputation for high-trust signatures
- Knowledgeable team
- Security credentials
- It's ADSS SAM Appliance Common Criteria EAL4+ EN 419 241-2 certification
Partner case study: KeySign delivers flexible and effective solutions thanks to its partnership with Ascertia
KeySign is a longstanding Ascertia partner implementing digital signature solutions for clients in a government, defense, banking, insurance, pharmaceutical and retail across the Benelux region.
With Ascertia, DigiCert + QuoVadis becomes the first QTSP to deliver eIDAS certified Qualified Remote Signing with Level 2 Sole Control
Qualified Trust Service Providers (QTSPs) work with customers in high-trust industries that require eIDAS certified Qualified Signatures.
In our latest case study, we look at how DigiCert + QuoVadis, a long-standing Ascertia partner, utilised the ADSS SAM Appliance to offer its customers certified, eIDAS-compliant Remote Qualified eSignatures.
Ascertia’s ADSS SAM Appliance is the first Qualified Signature Creation Device (QSCD) to be Common Criteria EN 419 241-2 certified.
Following a period of rapid growth, Mike Hathaway's appointment strengthens Ascertia’s seasoned executive team and is one of many recent strategic hires across the organisation. This appointment enhances Ascertia’s technical expertise, its global partner network and cements the company’s commitment to producing innovative high-trust PKI and digital signature products.
This is a guest post from Erik R Van Zuuren, founder of Trustcore.EU, one of the authors of the blueprint for the Belgian Personal Identity Card Project (BelPIC) and part of key egov-supporting services at the Flemish government. Erik spoke at our 2019 Partner Event.
Partner case study: Certinet utilises Ascertia solutions for multiple banking and integration projects
Certinet, based in Chile, has been a longstanding Ascertia partner and has a successful track record in delivering high profile projects. Certinet was also one of the first partners to integrate Ascertia solutions with SAP.
Ascertia’s ADSS SAM Appliance is the first Qualified Signature Creation Device (QSCD) that meets the new eIDAS regulations and ETSI/CEN standards of EN 419 241-1 and protection Profile EN 419241-2 with Sole Control Assurance Level 2. It delivers the highest levels of trust when creating Qualified Remote Signatures on behalf of Natural Persons and Natural Persons linked to Legal Entities.