May 26, 2023
The Qualified Signing Service (QSS) is a cloud-based service for applying eIDAS-compliant Qualified Electronic Signatures and Seals. The service will offer:
The Qualified Signing Service (QSS) is a cloud-based signing service that produces Qualified Electronic Signatures or Seals for Employees within an organization. It allows an Enterprise or Service Provider to deploy Qualified Electronic Signatures or Seals into their signing application with a simple REST API integration and uses a mobile app for real-time employee authentication.
Currently, it’s only available for employees within the organization. Employees can apply for Qualified Signatures or Seals. Per the eIDAS regulation, the signing party must demonstrate sole control of the signing keys, and we ensure this by requiring the Employee to authenticate via the mobile app (2FA) at the time of signing.
The mobile app is only for authentication purposes and cannot be used as a signing application.
At the time of signing, users will authenticate using the mapped mobile app.
Yes; however, each transaction needs user authentication.
Yes, up to 100 hashes in one go are allowed.
No, as of now, this solution only supports users within the company.
No, this is an API-based service. An enterprise may integrate this into their platform or custom signing workflow.
A provider may integrate with this service and bring in new enterprises.
While the APIs for both sealing and signing are the same, you will still need to create separate service packs for sealing and signing.
Document Signing Workflow
Document Manipulation or Management
ID Verification Service is provided on a large scale directly by GlobalSign.
Provisioning of Private Keys
This could be because of the following reasons:
There could be a rare occurrence where our servers get too many requests in one go, and they are queued.
In this scenario, some of the requests may be delayed in processing.
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