What is the eIDAS Regulation?
The eIDAS Regulation creates a cross-border legal framework that ensures the interoperability of electronic identification systems across all EU member states.
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What is a Qualified Trust Service Provider?
A Qualified Trust Service Provider has the certifications and technical capacity to incorporate security mechanisms for electronic transactions. Additionally, it contributes to providing legal and regulatory validity to electronic documents, granting them qualified status within the European Union.
Trust service providers can be either non-qualified or qualified. The main difference is that the latter has passed a series of requirements and is audited by a supervisory body accredited at the national and European level to perform such activity. This is also why they provide greater legal guarantees and technical security in electronic transactions than non-qualified ones.