In July 2016, the European Union's regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions (better known as the eIDAS Regulation) came into force across Europe (including UK, and remains in UK law irrespective of any type of Brexit). The regulation aims to provide predictable regulation to enable secure and seamless electronic interactions between businesses, individuals and public bodies.
eIDAS provides for the first time, EU-wide legal standing and regulation for the use of electronic signatures across the private and public sector. The regulation paves the way for the widespread, acceptable use of e-signatures as a means of identification, verification and authorisation. The advantage of this is that businesses will now be able to comfortably integrate digital processes that will no longer be interrupted by the need for wet ink signatures.
With e-signing technologies now able to do much more than just capture the image of a signature, the introduction of eIDAS provides you with a perfect opportunity to harness electronic and digital signatures across multiple use cases to enable your business to save time, effort and money. eSignatures now do not need to be restricted only to 'basic' legal forms of documentation, but the more advanced forms of signature contain sufficient identity validations and proofs that documents such as Deeds and more complex forms can be completed.
Leading Analysts Forrester have just released a report which discusses key considerations for using both Identity Services and Trust Services to modernise organisations, thus transforming efficiency and customer service.
The report analyses the market, drivers and makes recommendations for action. Topics discussed include:
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