All you need to know about the different levels of eIDAS electronic signatures, understanding the implications and their potential impacts.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) guidelines are a critical set of standards to ensure a safe and efficient banking sector across Europe.
When it comes to European Union (EU) law, there are four primary types of binding legislation: Regulations, Directives, Decisions, and Guidelines.
What is a qualified certificate for electronic signatures in the EU? How is it applicable to financial services?
Qualified Certificate electronic signatures. The introduction of the eIDAS regulation has had a significant impact on business …
eIDAS regulation has become a cornerstone in the European Union’s (EU) digital landscape, providing a framework for digital identification and trust services.
In the digital world, the process of signing documents is no longer as straightforward as picking up a pen.
Roles of Certification Authority (CA), Registration Authority (RA) and Delegate Registration Authority (DRA)
In the world of e-Identity and trust services, three entities often come to the fore: the Certification Authority (CA), Registration Authority (RA), and Delegate Registration Authority (DRA).
In the context of archiving for financial services, there are two main categories to consider: legal archiving and operational archiving.
Navigating the world of digital identity verification can often feel like a labyrinth of acronyms and regulations.
In the era of digital transformation, traditional ways of executing business transactions are becoming obsolete.