Signaturit: an electronic
Qualified Trust Service Provider

Signaturit Solutions, S.L. is a company that operates as an Electronic Trust Service Provider under EU Regulation 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of July, 23rd 2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 1999/93/EC.

eIDAS Regulation was designed to build a single digital market that would increase the confidence and security of citizens, companies, and states regarding digital services, thereby adjusting the regulatory framework to suit the current technological reality.

To achieve this goal and eliminate barriers to electronic commerce and all types of electronic transactions, eIDAS defines, in its Art. 3, what a trust service provider is: “A natural or legal person that provides one or more trust services, either as a qualified or unqualified trust service provider.”

Signaturit is a company recognised as an Electronic Trust Service Provider by the Spanish Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, the supervisory body in charge of verifying that trust service providers meet the parameters and requirements laid out by the European Union.

1. Signaturit Root CA:
Qualified Service of Issuance of Qualified Certificates of electronic signature.
Qualified Time Stamping Service

Policies Public Certificates CRL Fees Contact Version History

2. Signaturit Global CA:
Servicio Cualificado de Expedición de Certificados Cualificados de Firma electrónica

CPS & Policies PDS Terms & Conditions / Privacy Policy Public Certificates CRL & OSCP Fees & Contact Revocation Service

When should a certificate be revoked?
The revocation of a certificate must take place when any change in the status of a certificate leads to its loss of validity before its expiry date. The possible reasons for revocation are:

- At the request of the Certificate Holder itself or of the Subscriber Entity with which the Certificate Holder has a corporate or legal or voluntary representation relationship.
- Incorrect data.
- Change in the data or circumstances of the holder or the Entity.
- Compromise of the password (theft, loss...).
- Loss of control of the password activation data (PIN).
- Other causes contemplated in the CPS.

Who can request the revocation of a certificate?
- The Certificate Holder.
- The Entity/organisation (through a representative of the same).
- The Registration Authority (RA) or the Certification Authority (CA) if it knows or suspects that the private key of the Registrant has been compromised or knows or suspects any other event that makes it advisable.
- Third parties or interested parties that accredit any circumstance that could lead to revocation (final decision of the Provider or RA).

How to request the revocation of a certificate?
By sending an email to [email protected] attaching the revocation request FORM and following the instructions specified in the FORM.
Or in person at the external Registration Authority or the RA of the Provider.
The revocation will be carried out within a maximum period of 24 hours from the communication, provided that it has been authenticated, and an email will be sent to the Holder / Subscriber informing him/her of the time of revocation and the reason for the revocation.