eSigning High-Value Documents - Prioritizing Security In The Digital Era

eSigning High-Value Documents - Prioritizing Security In The Digital Era

As certain industries are moving ahead with digital transformation projects, online signing processes are a step forward in optimizing business practices.

Digital Signatures vs Wet Signing: The Implications Of Alleged Forged Signatures During The Home Buying Process

Digital Signatures vs Wet Signing: The Implications Of Alleged Forged Signatures During The Home Buying Process

Mortgage fraud is a serious crime. Once executed and signed, a mortgage deed is a legally binding contract. The responsibility of trying to prove that signatures have been forged relies on the individual(s) having to prove it. It involves time and cost and, in many circumstances, requires evidence based on expert opinion.

The UK Conveyancing Association Lenders Survey Reveals the Need for eIDAS Qualified Electronic Signatures

The UK Conveyancing Association Lenders Survey Reveals the Need for eIDAS Qualified Electronic Signatures

The Conveyancing Association (CA) in the UK has revealed the findings of its 2022 Lender Survey, which it strongly believes will assist in identifying areas where the industry can collaborate to enhance the mortgage and conveyancing process. Within these findings, Qualified Electronic Signatures (QES) play a large part by streamlining processes that are not only compliant with UK Law, but also across the EU, and in compliance with the eIDAS regulation.

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

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

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

All Trains Cancelled: How an e-Signature Failure Derailed a €3bn Swiss-Austrian Transport Deal

All Trains Cancelled: How an e-Signature Failure Derailed a €3bn Swiss-Austrian Transport Deal

Last week order for 186 double-decker trains was nullified due to a legal formality surrounding the Qualified Electronic Signature used to ink the deal. Guillaume Forget, Managing Director and e-signature specialist of Cryptomathic GmbH, unpacks what went wrong and highlights what businesses everywhere can learn from the debacle.

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.

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.