The electronic seal is the digital version of the company stamp. Unlike the electronic signature, which is linked to a natural person, the electronic seal is associated with a legal entity.
The electronic seal offers protection against forgery, unauthorised manipulation and malicious acts.
Simplify your workflows and automatically seal large volumes of documents, eliminating the need to sign each document individually.
Gain peace of mind by guaranteeing the security and regulatory compliance of your documents, avoiding the risk of penalties.
Yousign solutions are compliant with eIDAS standards.
As a Trusted Service Provider (TSP) recognized and complies with the European eIDAS regulation [European Regulation No. 910/2014], Yousign offers an electronic seal solution that is compliant with European standards and requirements.
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Unlike an electronic signature that attests to the consent of an individual signer, an electronic seal is associated with a legal entity, enabling digital/dematerialised documents to be sealed and guaranteeing their integrity and authenticity.
Under the European eIDAS regulation, an electronic seal is the digital version of the company stamp and must meet certain conditions to be considered legally binding. The electronic seal helps to strengthen a company's regulatory compliance in terms of security by guaranteeing the integrity and authenticity of its digital documents.
By using Yousign, you are choosing security and simplicity. We can help you to create a certificate in your company's name quickly and securely, which, once integrated via our API, will allow you to seal all your documents, in seconds.
Each level of the electronic seal has different characteristics, uses, and legal effects. A Qualified Electronic Seal benefits from a presumption of data integrity and the accuracy of the origin of the data to which it is linked. In other words, the Qualified Electronic Seal makes it possible to identify its creator, who has exclusive control over the data used to create the seal, and to detect any subsequent alteration of the documents, thereby preserving the integrity of the data they contain.
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