First of all, Yes, Digital Signatures are the most advanced and secure type of electronic signature. We can use them to comply with the most demanding legal and regulatory requirements because they provide the highest levels of assurance about each signer’s identity and the authenticity of the documents they sign. The digital signature provides a protected and secure method to sign any documents that can be transferred or saved online for digital reference.
“docEdge DMS let you upload your digital signature key with your account in docEdge DMS, thereafter it let you easily sign any document and share it to concern person.”
Digital signatures use a certificate-based digital private key issued by an accredited Certificate Authority (CA) so when you digitally sign a document, your identity is uniquely linked to you, the signature is bound to the document with encryption. Digital Signature can be verified using underlying technology known as Public Key Infrastructure.
Nowadays, the use of Digital Signature for documents has become widely applicable for various Government agencies and organisations.
Here are facts that why digital signature so secure?
A digital signature is built to prevent any type of tampering. It’s created, well protected by the highest levels of security — since your digital certificate is issued to the time your signed documents get archived and even beyond.
Compliant, certificate-based digital Private Key come from CA providers. It require you to prove your identity before you can get it issued to you.
Your digital signature and the document you sign are encrypted together and quite bound with a tamper-proof seal.
Every time you sign a document, you use your own unique digital certificate and PIN to validate your credentials and prove you’re who you say you are.
Here, Both the signed document and your digital signature can be re-verified by a CA for up to a decade after the signing event.