The Regulation (EU) No. 910/2014, of 23 july 2014, concerning the electronic identification and confidence in electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing directive 1999/93/EC; defines the various types of electronic signature in its article 3:
In addition, the requirements of advanced electronic signature defined in its article 26:
Therefore, an electronic signature will enable the sender and the receiver of information or content that is identified with the certainty that only they interact. This ensures that the content is not changed, there has been intercepted during the communication, and that they cannot both repudiate information previously received and accepted.
Access also to the information published at headquarters concerning the ElectronicElectronic service providers of confidence.
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