Digital Signatures - Definition

Digital Signatures - Definition

Definition of Digital Signature

Digital Signatures provide authenticity and integrity to digital messages such as email, documents and code distributed via the Internet. Digital Signatures allow organizations to securely exchange data and improve electronic workflows.

To apply Digital Signatures to messages and files the organization must hold a valid Digital Certificate. Digital Certificates are issued by GlobalSign. Learn more about GlobalSign as a Certificate Authority and how we maintain one of the world's largest and most trusted Public Key Infrastructures (PKI) by visiting the Digital Signatures page on GlobalSign.com.

Additional Resources:
Digital Signature Solutions Overview:https://www.globalsign.com/digital-signatures/

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