Security underpins everything we do, it’s in our name, and with this passion in mind we continue to ensure we offer our customers secure digital signing technology. With increasing cyber fraud, document and user security is more important than before.
Secured Signing continues to develop its digital signature and workflow platform with the latest 2018 release. This release is full of new enhancements and features, providing users the complete platform for online signing.
We are often asked if our digital signatures are legally binding and have the same legal effect as pen and paper signatures. The answer is yes, they are!
Now with Secured Signing's world first video confirmation technology you know exactly who was behind the keyboard. Video confirmation complements the inherent authenticity and reliability of PKI digital signatures, to provide unchallengeable proof of who signed the document.
There is some confusion regarding the difference between electronic and digital signature technology with people thinking the two are the same thing. However, the two signature types are different and it is important to understand how, otherwise your business could be exposed to additional risks.
Your folders in Secured Signing can now be shared with your colleagues so you can all see the progress of documents being signed. The integrations to Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive have been enhanced making Secured Signing a seamless part of how you share documents and folders with customers and partners. Let's drill into each new capability in a little more detail.
With the move to the digital age picking up speed, many common and traditional concepts are being flipped on their heads. People and companies are breaking all traditional norms to deliver us new and innovative ways to meet our needs and wants.
Secured Signing has been named in the top 3 best electronic signature solutions currently on the global market. Adam Marshall from Tech Radar Pro describes Secured Signing as “one-stop digital signatures service to get to the all important dotted line as soon as possible”.
Tim Osborn, of Osborn Law, wrote recently in the Newcastle Herald about a court case that highlights the risks in relying on scanned signatures as a form of signing. It's a reminder that if you need to sign, then you should sign with a tamper proof digital signature that is unique to you and your document. Nothing else is worth the risk.
Even if your business is not subject to anti money laundering and counter terrorism financing (AML/CTF) legislation, robust customer due diligence practices will give you a competitive advantage, limit your exposure to the risk of loss and protect your business from damage to its reputation. It's also just plain good sense. If there is ever a dispute, being able to simply and clearly demonstrate who signed your document will ensure you are best placed to recover monies owed or the return of equipment hired or leased.