Achieving Compliance with ZertES and eIDAS through Swisscom and OneSpan Sign

Achieving Compliance with ZertES and eIDAS through Swisscom and OneSpan Sign David Gaudio Thu, 11/03/2022 – 12:48 E-Signature

There are three different types of electronic signature. The Qualified e-signature (QES) is the highest level of assurance and requires that signers receive validation from a Trust Service Provider (TSP) in order for the e-signature to be enforceable. Due to these higher standards, a QES is typically reserved for high value and high-assurance agreements. 

The advantage of using a QES is that if the signature is contested, the burden of proof lies with the signer and not the company to prove validity. The signer will need to prove that they did not sign the contract, rather than the company attempting to prove they did. 

With that in mind, it is important to work with a TSP that can both meet regulatory requirements within the region and countries where you operate, as well as one that can help you create a positive customer experience. In Europe, OneSpan offers an integration with SwissCom, a Swiss telecommunications company that serves as a TSP in addition to supporting mobile and cable networks. This is an essential TSP relationship for organizations operating in the region due to its compliance with both ZertES and eIDAS regulations. 

In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of SwissCom as a TSP as well as the customer experience created

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