30th January, 2014
Once upon a time... a digital signature expert walked in his garden thinking about how to create the most secure environment for people and businesses to fill-in and sign their electronic documents.
Using any existing electronic signature was not an option as they were vulnerable to forgery and tampering. An additional measure of security would have to be added to prevent someone from typing in someone else’s name. Equipped with his extensive knowledge and experience in the field, he chose to create the Secured Signing Service in which his team incorporated personalised X509 user-based PKI Digital Signature technology that applies cryptographic operation and certifies all signatories’ accountability, authenticity, data integrity, and non-repudiation of documents and transactions.
The legal aspect was equally important and thoroughly explored. Right from its start, Secured Signing complied with ESIGN, UETA, and worldwide Electronic Transactions Acts. From this strong base, everything rolled out quickly as Secured Signing proceeded to develop the most reliable, technologically advanced, customer-centred podium:
- No limitation on number of users or invitees - a single user to large organisation can easily access and use the Secured Signing service
- Multiple eSigning and eForm options - fill-in / sign documents online, invite others to fill-in / sign, or invite a witness to the online signing process
- Flexibility to connect from any environment at any time – easily access your online signing place through your website, desktop, or any mobile device
- Customised branding and API choices - enable businesses and organisations to interact and incorporate ‘Secured Signing’ on board - while keeping their own look, and corporate identity.
And the story continues with Secured Signing’s outstanding performance and service to its customers - employees and management who make it all happen - as Henry Ford once said: “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.”
Till next time,