Signing the way to eIDAS Compliance

Signing the way to eIDAS Compliance

With the advent of comprehensive regulatory standards for digital signatures, remote electronic signatures within the EU is now possible for international contracts and transactions to get signed without delay, saving thousands of €/£/$ in travel expenses, reducing paperwork, enabling the processing of documents more easily and securely and environmentally friendly.

Cryptomathic Signer’s QSCD is Certified Based on the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement

Cryptomathic Signer’s QSCD is Certified Based on the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement

Cryptomathic’s Signer is the only qualified (electronic) signature creation device (QSCD) that is certified under the SO-GIS agreement using the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA). Its security target conforms to the certified protection profile EN 419 241-2.

eIDAS and PSD2 – A perfect symphony in the digital marketplace?

eIDAS and PSD2 – A perfect symphony in the digital marketplace?

The European Union is leading the way in the move towards the creation of a single digital market. There are many advantages a digital business has over its more traditional counterparts that are only amplified when such businesses are allowed to operate seamlessly across multiple markets. 

Understanding the Certificate Authority in the Context of eIDAS

Understanding the Certificate Authority in the Context of eIDAS

In this article, we will discuss the Certificate Authority (CA) in the context of eIDAS and what is required of this entity in ensuring the integrity of qualified electronic signatures.

Digital signature deployment models for banking - Operating as an eIDAS Compliant Registration Authority Reduces Costs and Preserves Customer Ownership

Digital signature deployment models for banking - Operating as an eIDAS Compliant Registration Authority Reduces Costs and Preserves Customer Ownership

The eIDAS regulation provides both the technical and legal framework for electronic identification and digital signatures that the banking sector needs to fully digitalize its processes and go paperless.

Three Deployment Versions & Business Models of eIDAS-compliant Remote Signing for Financial Institutions

Three Deployment Versions & Business Models of eIDAS-compliant Remote Signing for Financial Institutions

This article looks at 3 alternative deployment options for remote signing, catering for 3 different business models. The choice of the option will depend on the financial institution’s specific situation and strategic goals. This article gives guidance.

Cryptomathic’s Signer Builds on the Only QSCD Certified under SOG-IS

Cryptomathic’s Signer Builds on the Only QSCD Certified under SOG-IS

Under eIDAS, a qualified electronic signature creation device (QSCD) must be certified and approved to be used for generating qualified electronic signatures (QES). Cryptomathic’s Signer is the only QSCD that is certified under the SOG-IS agreement using the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA).

eIDAS-Qualified Remote Signing: Exploring EN 419 241-2 Certified Qualified Signature Creation Devices 

eIDAS-Qualified Remote Signing: Exploring EN 419 241-2 Certified Qualified Signature Creation Devices 

EU Regulation No 910/2014 (eIDAS) addresses the creation of remote electronic signatures using electronic signature creation data that is managed remotely by a third-party trust service provider (TSP) working on behalf of the signee.

eIDAS - Enabling Banking Without Borders

eIDAS - Enabling Banking Without Borders

The European Single Market has made it possible for large companies and small businesses to freely access one of the biggest unified markets in the world.