(PKI) Public Key Infrastructure
Public key infrastructure (PKI) refers to tools used to create and manage public keys for encryption, which is a common method of securing data transfers on the internet. PKI is built into all web browsers used today, and it helps secure public internet traffic. Organizations can use it to secure the communications they send back and forth internally and also to make sure connected devices can connect securely.
The most important concept associated with PKI is the cryptographic keys that are part of the encryption process and serve to authenticate different people or devices attempting to communicate with the network.
A certificate-based digital signature is a type of e-signature that complies with the strictest legal regulations — and provides the highest level of assurance of a signer’s identity.
What are the benefits of digital signature certificates?
Trusted and compliant.
Digital IDs come from accredited TSPs to help you confidently comply with security and other regulations around the world.
Your digital signature and the PDF document are cryptographically bound and secured with a tamper-evident seal.
Unique to you.
Use a unique digital identity certificate and PIN to easily validate your credentials and identity.
Easy to validate
The signed document and your digital signature can both be revalidated for more than 10 years.
Complex Enterprise Workflows
Use emSigner App to sign anywhere, anytime on the go with support for voice based signing.