What is a Signature Activation Protocol (SAP)?

The Signature Activation Protocol (SAP) is used for remote electronic signing, and is the protocol used to provide a secure signature authorization and activation process from the user device to the signature server and hardware security module (HSM). The purpose of the protocol is to allow the signatory to activate the signing key in the HSM and securely generate a signature.

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