What is the legal framework?

Under European law, the eIDAS regulation of July 23, 2014 has been a game changer. It is now easy to prove that an electronic signature technology is secure and reliable. It has implemented a new harmonized framework for digital trust services (among which the electronic signature) and provides that national courts cannot reject electronic signatures

What are the different types of electronic signatures?

Legally, there is no difference in terms of validity between “Simple”, “Advanced” and “Qualified” signatures. Their legal effect and admissibility in court cannot be denied in any state within the European Union. The “Qualified” signature simply benefits from a presumption of reliability. The “Simple” signature is, by default, that which does not meet the requirements

Can you trust the electronic signature?

An electronic signature made with a system as secure as Closd’s is more reliable than a handwritten signature. The entry into force of the eIDAS regulation has been a giant step in its generalization: The certification of an electronic signature provider is a trust factor and a guarantee of compliance with the rules established by European

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