Laws and regulations refers to information related to norms or institutional normative forms through which the behaviour is socially configured.
The role of digital signatures in SEPA Direct Debit Mandate
As part of the unification process at all levels resulting from the European project, SEPA has been a major step forward in establishing a borderless economy. Payment order mandates are key for the proper functioning of SEPA. Let us explain to you its main features and how electronic signatures play an important role here.
What does ‘compliance’ mean in the finance sector?
The term compliance is gaining strength in all types of companies, acting as a shield against serious legal problems, especially those that belong to the financial sector, which are more strictly regulated.
KYC: What is it and how does it evade financial frauds
“Know Your Customer” (KYC) is now a required procedure for banks that want to receive a new customer. This helps fight against criminal tax activities. To complete this procedure, electronic identification methods can be of great help, such as digital signatures.
Data protection in Europe 2020: the ePrivacy Regulation and further changes to the GDPR
What is the current status of data protection in the EU? What are the legal aspects in force and which are currently being developed? These are some of the questions we will address on a matter of growing interest to the public Data protection is a hot topic. If you look at the media, you […]
The eIDAS Regulation in Spain
A few years after its implementation, we begin by reviewing the features of the eIDAS Regulation, it’s current situation, future outlooks and updates from Viafirma concerning this regulation
Are eSignatures legally valid?
In the process of digital transformation, one of the first questions we ask when assessing a change from the traditional system to an electronic system for signing documents and contracts by our customers, suppliers, employees, etc., is the legality of this type of signature.
Personal data: what are your rights and obligations?
More than ever we are aware of the value of our personal information, but do we know what obligations and rights protect us about our data? We analyze in this article the main aspects that current legislation includes.
Spain and laws 39 and 40/2015: the digital transformation of administrations
Spanish legislation has just been updated to continue evolving in ternms of e-Administration. Do you want to know how these changes will affect you? In this article we will analyze the keys of these two new laws that will make us take another step in terms of public digitization.
The DSG: a unique digital portal for citizens and businesses of the European Union
It is common for citizens and companies to become entangled in an administrative and document tangle when making a procedure in a country other than their own. The European Union has been aware of this for years, so it has developed a strategy for the implementation of a portal through which these procedures are centralized […]
The new Cybersecurity Law of the European Union
The Official Journal of the European Union has published the new Regulation 2019/881, which deals with key aspects related to cybersecurity. Its entry into force will take place on June 27 and aims to make a substantial jump in terms of improving protection against cyber vulnerabilities. We break down its most remarkable aspects.
Certificate revocation: what it is and how to do it
The digital certificate is an element that is not exempt from being lost or stolen through a security breach. That is why we need to have a way to cancel it, so that no one can impersonate us. This is the main purpose of certificate revocation. Next, we go deep into what the revocation is […]
Status of the GDPR: more than a month since its implementation
One month after the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation, the effects of this new legislation, which seeks to protect the privacy of citizens, are already evident. The concern of these is clear to see how complaints increase during the first days. We review this and other consequences of the GDPR.