Service Provider - Request an Identity

Service Provider - Request an Identity

Prerequisites

Guidelines

  1. Click on the Identities option on the top left corner.
     

  2. ATLAS offers identity for 4 different services:
     
    • Digital Signing Service (DSS)
    • TLS (OV)
    • TLS (DV)
    • S/MIME
       


      Note: There's no identity needed for TLS(DV), but the user would need to click and confirm a profile.
  3. In the next step, the system would ask to confirm whether the identity is for your organization or a customer of yours. If you wish to test it for yourself first, click on select under “My Organization(s)” as the other option is for your end customer.
     

  4. Then, from the dropdown, select the country where your own organization is located.
  5. Click on continue.
     

  6. On the next page, enter in the Registered Business information such as name of the region, name of the city and the full legal name of your organization.

    Note: Please enter the precise business information as it is registered with national business authorities. Even small mistakes may cause delays.
  7. Click on Continue.
     

  8. Enter in the additional information such as Organizational unit, common name and an email address. While you may skip providing organizational unit and an email address, but we do recommend you providing in a common name.
  9. Click on continue.
     

  10. The system would show all Identity details once so that you can verify and correct if there is an error. Please note that you cannot make any changes in the identity details after this step.
     

  11. Click on Request this identity.
  12. Click on view and manage identities.
     


    The identity is visible on the Identity page.
     

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