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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

An electronic signature bridge between continents

If one bases its thoughts on the news that come from Google Alerts on "electronic signature" and "digital signature" might think that in the United States people only sign electronically on tablets (handwritten signature capture) and in real estate businesses.

If so, what future has all the investment made by Europe in promoting (not explicitly, of course, here we make laws "technologically neutral") signature systems based on electronic certificates and PKIs (Public Key Infrastructure) and in second instance, cryptographic Smartcards (where European companies like Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient are major players in the world)? Of course we would not be going towards solutions widely adopted ...

Thursday, June 13, 2013

You manage or you succumb: Electronic Signature Master Plan

"I love it when a plan comes together"
Hannibal Smith.

After exploring the benefits for the countries of legislating the use of electronic signatures and the steps to follow, and try the next link in the chain, the Certification Services Providers, now it is time to talk about those who actually generate money and employment: corporations.