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Ascertia and DigiCert talk about the Cloud Signature Consortium’s (CSC) influence on high-trust remote signing

Posted by Victoria Allen on Jan 12, 2022 9:04:22 AM

There is no ignoring how much momentum digital transformation has gained over the past 18 months.

We recently caught up with Ascertia partner, Patrick Beckman Lapré, Global Sales Director at DigiCert to discuss the acceleration of digitalisation in business.

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Webinar: The Cloud Signature Consortium’s (CSC) influence on the adoption of high-trust remote signing with Ascertia and DigiCert

Posted by Victoria Allen on Oct 4, 2021 12:15:56 PM

The acceleration of digital business has been rapid over the past 18 months and caught many by surprise. The Cloud Signature Consortium (CSC) has supported this rise in the digital economy by developing a set of standards and protocols for remote signing that enable businesses to leverage digital signatures and power cross-border business.

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ADSS Server v6.8 release

Posted by Mike Hathaway on Feb 9, 2021 10:19:26 AM

On 2 February Ascertia launched its latest update of ADSS Server (v6.8). This release includes support for the latest Cloud Signature Consortium API.

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The benefits of the cloud signature consortium for trust service providers and end customers

Posted by Victoria Allen on Nov 17, 2020 1:35:25 PM
 
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.

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