Compliance

The “eIDAS” Regulation aims to increase trust in electronic transactions within the internal market. It establishes a common foundation for secure electronic interactions between citizens, businesses and public authorities.   

The eIDAS regulation applies to electronic identification, trust services and electronic documents. It aims to establish an interoperability framework for the various systems set up within Member States, in order to promote the development of a digital trust market.   

The eIDAS regulation focuses primarily on electronic identification and trust services. To a lesser extent, it also deals with electronic documents, giving them legal effect.   

Signaturit Group’s solutions can claim for the highest levels of qualification, based on eIDAS, but not only. We’re also recognized and accredited to meet several other criteria on security and quality assurance.    

Signaturit Group’s Trust Service Providers complies with the latest eIDAS regulations and is audited by organisms part of the European Commission official list of Conformity Asssessment Bodies (CABs) accredited to carry out eIDAS audits.

Qualified providers give the supervisory body a full audit report every two years at most. These audits are based on the following standards : 

eidas

EN 319 403 

Electronic signatures and infrastructures (ESI) – evaluation of trust service providers – Requirements for conformity assessment bodies assessing trust service providers 

EN 319 401 

Electronic signatures and infrastructures (ESI) – General policy requirements for trust service providers 

EN 319 411-1 

Electronic signatures and infrastructures (ESI) – General policy and security requirements applicable to trust service providers issuing certificates – Part 1: General requirements 

EN 319 411-2 

Electronic signatures and infrastructures (ESI) – General policy and security requirements applicable to trust service providers issuing qualified certificates – Part 2: Applicable requirements for trust service providers issuing EU qualified certificates. 

EN 319 421 

Electronic signatures and infrastructures (ESI) – Policy and security requirements for trust service providers issuing timestamps 

EN 319 521 

Electronic signatures and infrastructures (ESI) – Policy and security requirements for Electronic Registered Delivery Service Providers 

EN 319 531 

Electronic signatures and infrastructures (ESI) – Policy and security requirements for Electronic Mail Service Providers 

EN 319 102-1 

Electronic signatures and infrastructures (ESI) – Procedures for Creation and Validation of AdES Digital Signatures: Part 1: Creation and Validation 

EN 319 441 

Electronics signatures and infrastructures (ESI); Policy requirements for TSP providing signature validation services 

ETSI TS 119 511 

Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures (ESI); Policy and security requirements for Trust Service Providers providing long-term preservation of digital signatures or general data using digital signature techniques