What is digital signing?
Signing is a cryptographic technique that was designed to validate the integrity and authenticity of a document, file, or email. Signing ensures the sender and the recipient of a file or message that the data is reliable, safe, and has not been tampered with.
Networking4all offers multiple products that can help you secure your and your customers data and contacts. Our signing solutions will defend your communication against hackers and eavesdroppers, and ensure your customers that your, or their, data has not been tampered with. Improve and solidify your reputation as a reliable partner, and comply with industry standards with our email, software and document signing products.
E-mail and ID signing
Secure your communications with email signing or a digital ID. These certificates are available at personal level, or at department- or organisation level. These certificates use the S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) protocol to sign or encrypt emails, Microsoft Office documents or other electronic documents.
Sign your documents quickly and reliably with Document signing. Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader have been programmed to verify certificates using their own Adobe Approved Trust List. Document signing uses a certificate that can be applied in multiple ways. A special USB token can be used when signing lower volumes. Are you looking for a solution for larger volumes? Please contact us for more information.
Protect your software with Code Signing. Give your users transparency about the author of their software and protect them from malware. As the producer, you can offer the insurance that you really are the author or publisher of the software they are about to use. You can choose between the standard Code Signing certificates, or the Extended Validation (EV) Code Signing certificates. EV Code Signing certificates offer more information on the softwares producer and performs a Microsoft SmartScreen reputation scan. Code signing is available at an individual and an organisational level.
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