According to the European Regulation EU 910/2014 (eIDAS), the creation, verification and validation of electronic signatures, electronic stamps or electronic time stamps are considered as reliable services, certified electronic delivery services and certificates relating to these services, the creation, verification and validation of certificates for the authentication of websites; and the preservation of electronic signatures, stamps or certificates relating to these services. In addition, it includes electronic signature services in the cloud (server-based)
Viafirma executes the VICARIUS FIDELIS (VI-FI) Project: A Centralized Delegated eSignature Platform.
European Regional Development Fund A way to make Europe For the new commercial and social reality usability requirements of digital signatures include adapting to environments that require mobility, flexibility, speed, device and technology independence, and security. Viafirma has developed the VI-FI product in order to meet these requirements, adding features based on the centralization of […]
Viafirma adds new features to its technology
Since Thursday, July 30th, Viafirma Inbox v3.4.0 is available for all users of the cloud platform.
How the digital signature can help to improve efficiency when telecommuting
Do you usually telework and wish you could be even more productive while meeting your obligations at home? There are many ways to achieve this, and one is through the digital signature, which is key to optimizing the multiple operations faced by anyone who works remotely.
The reservation of title in purchase-sales agreements and its digital evolution
Paying for a purchase in instalments is an interesting alternative for valuable chattels. Formalising the purchase implies some considerable administrative procedures, and these documents may contain information that may not sound familiar, such as the reservation of title. What are the main aspects that we should take into account when carrying out these types of […]
Qualified trust service provider in Spain: the timestamping service
What are Trust Services, what differentiates the ones considered qualified, and what are the roles of Trust service providers? Given the fact that Viafirma is now considered a Qualified Trust Service Provider, we can answer all these questions focusing on the timestamping service.
How to use the remote signature in your business process
What does it mean to sign a document remotely? How can this benefit different companies? How does Viafirma contribute to this electronic authentication process? Let us bring you the key elements of the remote signature and its relation to going digital.
7 stamps to trust a digital services company
Undoubtedly, something that leads us to strengthen our confidence in a particular brand is the recognition behind it as a result of its good work and professionalism over time. What are some recognitions you should keep in mind? We tell you.
How to evade legal violations with time stamping
From a legal perspective, time stamps provide great value to a digital signature. How is this stamping done? In what documents can be used? What legal violations can it evade? Lets solve these questions below.
Management, auditing and signature delegation using cloud certificates
In the digital world, electronic certificates are a must to perform any business or personal operation, protecting the identity of the owner.
The “bricks” of digital identity
How do you manage to build actions that allow you to authenticate knowing full legal support? Digital identity is as important as physical identity and thanks to this we are able to accelerate operations. Indeed, this makes it necessary to create measures that guarantee security when identifying. Let’s analyze them.
Six types of digital signatures
Versatility is indeed one of the main features of digital signatures, as they can be used in several processes and can tailor the needs of each user. In this article we will explain the different types of eSignatures and which ones are available at Viafirma
The new GDPR regulation: How it affects informed consent
The new General Data Protection Regulation was approved almost two years ago, which means that as of May 25, 2018, the adaptation time left by the European Union will end. What changes does the GDPR bring? How does it affect informed consent?