We spoke to John Cragg, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Utimaco about the role of Hardware Security Modules (HSM) as part of digital signature solutions, what eIDAS 2 looks like and digital trust.
We recently caught up with Patrick Beckman Lapré, Global Director Sales of Document Signing at Ascertia partner DigiCert to talk about the digitalisation of processes and the impact of eIDAS on the adoption of remote signing across Europe.
DigitalSign is a trust service provider and long-term Ascertia partner based in Portugal, operating across Europe and Brazil. In this blog, we discuss how Ascertia's signature solutions have enabled DigitalSign to offer remote signing to its customers.
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.
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.
MD Rod Crook recently spoke at the eID Forum, Tallinn. Rod’s talk, Enabling business applications to take advantage of eIDAS Remote Signatures, discussed how signing solutions are beneficial to organisations and what features they should be looking for when purchasing a solution.
At this year’s eID Forum in Tallinn, Ascertia will be presenting and discussing how all organisations can benefit from the use of document workflow and digital signature technology.
The focus will be on eIDAS compliance and in particular the way in which the new remote signing standards can be employed to optimize the user experience.
In this blog, we discuss our efforts to secure an eIDAS-certified remote qualified signature creation device (QSCD).
We want to let you into a little secret. Since Sep 2017, Ascertia has been actively pursuing a Common Criteria EAL4+ certification of its ADSS Server “Signature Activation Module (SAM)” Appliance.