Webinar: The impact of eIDAS 2.0 on government and semi-government organizations

Join us for an in-depth discussion on how the eIDAS 2.0 regulation transforms digital identity verification processes across government and semi-government organizations – such as pension funds, healthcare, education, public utilities, and more: Learn how this regulation is changing digital identity verification in government and semi-government sectors. Examine the challenges these organizations face and the Webinar: The impact of eIDAS 2.0 on government and semi-government organizations

What is a Trustworthy system (TWS)?

A trustworthy system, referred to as TW4S (Trustworthy System for Server Signing), is designed to securely create digital signatures under the control of a signer, whether a natural person or a legal entity. The standard defines assurance levels for sole control of signing keys, distinguishing between low confidence (SCAL1) and high confidence (SCAL2) scenarios. SCAL2 What is a Trustworthy system (TWS)?

What is an eSeal?

An eSeal, also known as an electronic seal, is a digital equivalent of a traditional seal or stamp used for authentication and authorization purposes in electronic documents and transactions. It is typically used to ensure the integrity and authenticity of electronic documents, similar to how a physical seal is used to authenticate paper documents. Key What is an eSeal?

Wallet Secure Cryptographic Device

A Wallet Secure Cryptographic Device (WSCD) is a secure hardware device in which you store your personal information, to stay secure. It is similar to a Random Reader of a bank, or the chip in your bank card. The only catch is, is that now every time you want to use your identity, you need Wallet Secure Cryptographic Device

Digital Identity and Assurance Levels

Understanding different standards and assessing the impact on your organization is very difficult. Therefore we give a comprehensive overview of all the assurance levels for onboarding and the means for eIDAS 1.0, eIDAS 2.0, NIST and Stork and use the reference framework from ISO 29115 to show where they match and where they are fundamentally ... Digital Identity and Assurance Levels

What is a QTSP?

In today’s digitally-driven world, ensuring the security and integrity of electronic transactions is paramount. As more and more activities move online, the need for trusted digital services has never been greater. This is where Qualified Trust Service Providers (QTSPs) play a vital role. In this blog post, we’ll delve into what QTSPs are, who needs What is a QTSP?

eIDAS High Glossary

eIDAS High Glossary   Term Description Attestation A signed document confirming certain information about a person or thing, like an ID card. It can be in different formats. Attribute Something that describes a person or thing, like their name or age, but in electronic form. Authentic Source The organization that owns “the truth” about someone eIDAS High Glossary

The impact eIDAS 2.0 on eSigning services

How to prepare for new legislation The EU Parliament has just approved new legislation around the use and implementation of digital identities within the EU member states which creates a massive opportunity for eSigning services, if they are ready to adapt. We currently have the following assurance levels: Level 1 and 2: Verification happens via ... The impact eIDAS 2.0 on eSigning services