Most of us now take electronic signatures for granted.
Connected: Why PKI will survive as the secure core of the Internet
Popular services such as DocuSign and Adobe Sign have established themselves exclusively online as practical, familiar tools for everyday trading. But electronic signatures have their security limits. For this reason, some transactions involving large amounts of dollars or very sensitive records may require “wet” signatures, ie signing in the presence of a notary.
Of course, a more robust approach to verifying identities in the current and future digital landscape would be useful. After all, online business transactions were already on the rise before Covid 19, a trend that was accelerated by the global pandemic.
That’s why DigiCert recently introduced DigiCert® Document Signing Manager (DSM) – an advanced hosted service designed to increase the security of the identity of those who sign documents …