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.

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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.

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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).

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Benefits of eIDAS Qualified Signature Creation Devices and Why Cryptomathic Signer has the Strongest Security Credentials

The intent of eIDAS is to create a portfolio of technical and legal standards that enhance the security, legal validity and acceptance of electronic transactions that are used to conduct business online or to conduct official business across EU member state borders.

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Open Banking - Success through Agile Alignment of Security Infrastructure, Strategy and Technology

Open banking can offer opportunities for retail banks that are faced with competition from newcomers to the banking and finance industry. For those unfamiliar with what open banking is, it can be best defined as “the use of open APIs that enable third-party developers (FinTech or non-banking service providers) to provide applications and services around the financial institution.” These services may be located between the customer and the bank, or placed in the bank’s bank-end.

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eIDAS and the Globalisation of Trust

Globalization has continued its seemingly inexorable march over the last decades. Movement of capital, labor, ideas, goods and services across borders has made the world smaller. International and multilateral organisations create the rules that define and guide interactions between peoples and nations. Parallelly, we are seeing another revolution - the digitizing of our economy at a breath-taking pace.

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eIDAS - Establishing Trust in Digital Signatures

Originally published in nCipher website www.ncipher.com 

A few years ago, the BBC reported that the power of the traditional hand-written signature was under threat from its digital counterpart. While it may have taken some time, the increasing adoption of digital services – from banking and financial transactions in the private sector, to taxes and healthcare in the public – has led to a significant rise in the use of electronic signatures.

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Banking and Finance Amid Lockdowns – How eIDAS e-signatures are helping to keep it going

The need for social distancing and the fact that most office workers are now exclusively working from home, has led to profound changes in the business world. While the move to digital was already underway in many countries, the recent crisis has provided a new impetus. Many countries already had the underlying regulations and framework for digital identification and signing in place, and they are finding it easier to make the shift. Those that did not, are scrambling to catch up. 

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Cryptomathic Launches Mobile Solution for Digital Onboarding at the Branch - Supported by QES

New digital portal streamlines banking client onboarding while addressing AML, eIDAS and PSD2 requirements.

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