Universign attends the Trust Service Forum 2018 organised by the ENISA, European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, on October 23rd and 24th, 2018. ENISA is a centre of expertise for cyber security in Europe. The Agency works closely with Members States and the private sector to deliver advice and solutions to be well-equipped […]
ETSI – A European Standards Organization developing World Class Standards in Europe for global use. They produce globally applicable standards for Information & Communications Technologies including fixed, mobile, radio, broadcast and eSignature. Universign, contribute actively to define Trust Services Providers standard, best practice and audit. Universign participates in the one-day workshop on “eSignature and eSeal […]
ROCA vulnerability – Universign’s plateform is not impacted CERT – Computer Emergency Response Team – confirms the ROCA vulnerability affects RSA key generation developed by Infineon Technologies AG. For more information, see “CERT-UK alert bulletin”. The ROCA vulnerability arises from a problem with a software library used for RSA key generation embedded by many security products: token, smartcards, TLS […]
Just like a paper signature, the electronic signature has the only objective of demonstrating, to a third party, that a digital document has been approved by a clearly identified person … The productivity and security gains related to dematerialization in addition!
The eIDAS regulation came into force on July 1, 2016, bringing with it a lot of changement for trusted service providers, including a new compliance study. As a result, from 1 July 2016, every trusted service provider (PSCo) is required to do what is called an “eIDAS compliance audit”, carried out by accredited conformity assessment […]