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European Union laws

On July 1, 2016 the Regulation (UE) Nº 910/2014 came into force - known as the eIDAS - related to the electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market, repealing the Directive 1999/93/CE.

The eIDAS defines 3 types of electronic signatures:

As a Regulation, and not a Directive, the eIDAS is directly applied to all EU member states.

The problems of legal fragmentation, interoperability and legal barriers derived from the previous Directive - Directive 1999/93/CE - which by simply being a Directive allowed each member state to interpret it in its own way.

What type of electronic signature does Signaturit recommend?

What type of electronic signature does Signaturit recommend?

We recommend our advanced electronic signature solution , which meets the requirements established by the eIDAS:

  • a) is linked to the signer in a unique way;

  • b) allows to identify the signer;

  • c) is made using data created by the electronic signature that the signer can use, with a high degree of trust, under his/her exclusive control;

  • d) it is linked with the data signed by the signer in such a way that any subsequent modification will be detectable.

Why choose Signaturit as an electronic signature provider?

Our electronic signature solution, in addition to being advanced, collects biometric data of the signer. This data, together with a series of electronic evidences generated during the signature process, allows us to prove the signer´s identity with a greater degree of guarantees.

  • Biometrics


    Our solution incorporates biometric technology, which allows us to capture biometric data of the signer´s graph, such as the speed or acceleration with which the signature is made.

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  • Electronic evidence

    Electronic evidence

    We collect electronic evidences generated during the signature process in the audit trail. And we guarantee its integrity with an official time stamp.

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  • Security


    We have implemented firewall access and encrypted communications. That means that we encrypt and store data securely, limiting reading and signing documents to the designated users.

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  • Data protection

    Data protection

    In compliance with the Spanish and European law, during the signature process we expressly request the signer´s consent to capture his/her data, including personal and biometric data.

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United States laws

United States laws

Signaturit complies with the requirements of the two laws that regulate the electronic signature in the United States:

  • 1. U.S. Electronic Signature in Global and National Commerce Act of 2000 (ESIGN).

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  • Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA).

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  • Both laws state that electronic signatures have the same legal validity and effect as handwritten signatures on paper.

Laws in other countries

Laws in other countries

At the international level, we find different initiatives that establish a basic framework for the use of the electronic signature, such as the OCDE or UNCITRAL guidelines, and those of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

  • Electronic signatures have been regulated at a national level in the following countires:

  • Recognized and with full legal validity: Australia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, Philippines, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, South Africa and Switzerland.

  • Recognized: China, India, Japan and Russia.

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Signaturit is a company recognised as an Electronic Provider of Trust Services by Spain''s Ministry of Economy and Enterprise and as a Trusted Third Party according to the Law of Information Society Services (LSSI - Ley 34/2002, de 11 de julio de Servicios de la Sociedad de Información y Comercio Electrónico).