The eIDAS Regulation was set out to enable convenient and secure electronic transactions in all EU member states. Are you wondering how your company can adhere to the eIDAS Regulation? We will guide you through the eIDAS Regulation in eight bullet points.
The eIDAS Regulation No 910/2014 went into force on 1 July 2016, having ‘direct effect’, thus being mandatory with precedent over any conflicting national laws. It replaces the older eSignature Directive and paves the way for a legal framework for electronic signatures and other newly defined electronic trust services. The eIDAS Regulations applies to all secure electronic interactions between citizens, businesses and public sector institutions in the EU market.
The following bullet points will tell you everything you need to know to comply with the eIDAS Regulation.
1. Mutual recognition across borders
The online services of a public-sector body from an EU Member State should be secured with an electronic authentication process that is in compliance with the relevant country’s laws and administrative practices. The identification process will be recognized by any other EU Member State if the following criteria are met:
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