Notary University

Welcome to Secured Signing’s Notary University.

Learn how to setup your Secured Signing for Notary account, and how to run Remote Online Notarization meetings, these are audio-visual online meetings with notarization on the virtual signing table.

To become Secured Signing Notary Certified you need to pass the Certification course, which can be accessed from your Secured Signing paid account. Login to your secured signing account -> My Account -> My Setting -> Notary -> Click on the blue button for RON Platform Certification Course.

Becoming a Remote Online Notary: A step by step guide to notarizing your first document online can be found here.

Secured Signing Remote Online Notarization introduction to the entire process.
Watch and learn how a RON session works on the Secured Signing Platform.
Learn how to set up your Secured Signing Account for Notary. Please be sure your setup is meeting the Notary requirements. Bring your eSeal and enable recording storage.
Use your own X509 digital certificate. How to upload your Digital certificate to Secured Signing and Notarize documents with your Digital Notary Identity.
Learn how to upload your document for notarization, schedule a RON meeting, adding signers, witnesses, guests, enable electronic Notary Journal, and document tagging.
Learn how to manage RON meetings, selecting a camera, microphone, speakers, and sharing screen. How to do ID Visual check during the meeting, stop recording and enable signer to share their screen and sign online.
Identity Proofing (Dynamic Knowledge base Authentication – KBA) and Credential Analysis (ID Verification. Signer(s) must pass these 2-stages before the meeting to join.
Signer(s) experience in RON Session, how to share their screen and how to sign online.
Identrust X509 certificate, how to buy and install, a step by step guide.
Florida Vulnerable Adult - Supervising the Witnessing of Electronic Records AS OUTLINED IN FLORIDA STATUTE 117.285.
Watch how ID Verification works include facial recognition and data match.
Learn how notary requests can be processed and assigned to a Notary Queue where an available notary can proceed and set up meetings with clients.
Learn how to assign a job to a queue and how to take a job from a queue.
Learn how to take a snapshot of your client’s supporting documentation with Secured Signing’s Snapshot feature.
Learn how to make changes on your documents during your RON session with Secured Signing.


Equipment Test: Please ensure the signers/witnesses/guests test their equipment before the RON session with the Notary

Identity Proofing (KBA): Signer(s) should be over 18 years of age with a valid social security number. And a US work/financial/residential history. Signer(s) must pass Knowledge-Based Authentication Quiz with 4 out of 5 questions correct within the 2-minute time limit. Signer(s) can attempt the KBA Quiz 2 times within a 24-hour time frame. If any signer fails the second time, the session can only be rescheduled after waiting a mandatory minimum of 24 hours.

Credential Analysis - ID Verification: Signer(s) should have a valid Driver’s License, State Issued ID, US Passport, or foreign Passport. (The system supports more than 4,000 IDs) and must pass Credential Analysis and Facial Recognition to join the RON meeting.

Cell Phone: Signer(s) must have a Mobile Phone Number and Email Address.

Non-US Citizen: If the Signer is not a US Citizen or does not have proper ID - a Credible Witness can be substituted to identify the Signer. The Credible Witness must meet all RON Requirements. Please consult with your SOS to find the appropriate rules for this.

Real estate transactions - MISMO standard: Identity Proofing (KBA) and Credentials Analysis (ID Verification) needs to be done immediately before the RON session. Signer (s) should start the process 20 minutes before the RON meeting and wait for the Notary in the meeting lobby. If for any reason, the session is cut off before or during the RON session, signer (s) need to re-do KBA and ID verification again to re-join the RON meeting.