Electronic signatures have been around for a while, but it’s only with the recent evolution of centralized national e-IDs that they began to reach their full potential.
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Over the years, an increasing number of countries have adopted e-ID as a way for citizens to verify themselves online. Your customers’ e-ID is perhaps the most reliable way for them to prove their identity in various business contexts.
Swedish BankID is the e-ID with the broadest adoption globally and is being used everywhere, from government services to online retailers. However, to keep users safe, also in the future, companies accepting BankID login must implement new security measures.
Today we can announce exciting news from our technical department, as App Switch for Danish MitID in browsers has been released.
An extraordinary situation at the Danish Civic Service Centre (Borgerservice) has postponed the exit of NemID, the Danish Agency for Digital Government announced today.
Implementing e-ID to your customer database as a login is safer and smarter and will also save you many resources for administration.
With the latest product launch from Criipto, it is now safe and secure to sign documents across borders using the vast number of e-IDs, which are already on the market.
When you are the link between strangers, who wish to borrow and lend out money, it requires more than a trusted handshake, and Plata has introduced a secure solution.
Instabox is expanding its activities in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands and Germany, and to minimise fraud, they are using e-IDs as an efficient weapon to combat scammers.
Last year, Telenor launched a widespread campaign for its new service, “Netsikker”, which guarantees their consumer costumers legal assistance if they are exposed to digital offences.