Introducing the Signature Activation Protocol for Remote Server Signing

This article explains the Signature Activation Protocol in the context of eIDAS-compliant central signing. It sheds lights on its purposes and outlines its implementation for remote/central signature servers.

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Looking at the Future of e-Invoicing in US Government Agencies

Governments and organizations across the globe have begun shifting to electronic invoicing, driven by mandates coming from the European Commission, the US Federal Reserve Bank (of Minneapolis), and many over governing bodies.

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A key component for e-government security: central signing and authentication

Year after year, more stories surface about large scale data loss from e-government systems across the world.

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Why banks need Non-Repudiation of Origin and Non-Repudiation of Emission

Have you ever heard the kind of sweet and innocent voice saying, “I didn’t eat my brother’s ice cream”, while the kid’s mouth and t-shirt are covered with chocolate and cream?

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Digital Authentication - the basics

The potential for fraud is always a risk that cannot be ignored when it comes to conducting transactions. In person, an individual could present forged or altered documents that attest to an identity that does not belong to him or her. 

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Where 2FA and PKI Meet

Under pressure from sophisticated attacks and rising fraud, many B2C organisations of the financial industry are currently enhancing the static password based authentication to their web applications to something stronger - the 2FA age. 2-Factor Authentication (2FA) is currently achieving large scale deployments and consumer adoption where PKI failed a few years ago.

From a technical standpoint, PKI offers significant benefits including the possibility to sign tran

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