EDICOM Blog | Trust Services
Electronic commerce is now safely possible thanks to the high level of security guaranteed through sophisticated electronic certification mechanisms called trust services. From unqualified electronic signatures, to complex qualified digital signatures, the level of security applied to your transactions will depend on the importance and privacy of the information transmitted. Keep up with the latest news in our blog and visit our EDICOM trust services website.
EDICOM is certified as a Qualified Authorization Provider in Panama05/12/2022
La Dirección General de Ingresos (DGI) accredits EDICOM as a Qualified Authorized Provider in Panama
e-Delivery: How to Certify the Delivery of Your Electronic Documents18/10/2021
The rapid advance of digitalization in communications requires a secure system that guarantees data confidentiality
eIDAS: 5 Years Making Transactions More Secure in the European Union15/10/2021
This legislation’s objective is to improve access to public services by minimizing transaction and identity fraud
EDICOM Renews Its HDS Certification to Securely Archive Health Data10/09/2021
EDICOM is one of the authorized hosting providers for the French healthcare system
What are Electronic Trust Services?16/08/2021
Learn what Trust Services are and why they are essential to ensure secure e-commerce
Advantages of Using Electronic Time Stamps for your Documents03/06/2021
Learn how the electronic time stamp certificate works and why to apply it to your documents
Italy Updates Law Governing the Preservation of Electronic Documents24/05/2021 (updated)
New technical rules governing "the Formation, Management and Preservation of Computerized Documents"
Updates to Electronic Invoicing in Colombia: Digital Signature and New Technical Rules31/03/2021
Through Resolution 012, DIAN makes mandatory the use of the electronic signature in electronic invoices.
Electronic Invoicing in the European Public Sector29/09/2020
Update on the status of B2G e-Invoicing implementation following the entry into force of Directive 2014/55
Blockchain and Electronic Data Archiving: Evidence Protection05/07/2018
EDICOM Long Term Archiving uses blockchain tecnology in order to manage integrity evidences protecting critical documents.