- Digital Certificate
Digital certificate is a personal identity (a “passport”) that allows a person, computer, or organization to exchange information securely over the internet using a public key infrastructure (PKI). It takes the form of letters, numbers, symbols, signs, sounds, and others. It has a unique character that indicates the acknowledgment of the signee and is adopted by the certification authority (the authorized legal entity which issues the digital signature certificates in accordance with the provisions of the Digital Signature Law and Electronic Transactions No. 78 of 2012).
- Benefits of digital certificate and electronic signature
Digital certificates guarantee the security and privacy of information and data exchanged among consumers across the digital world. Digital signatures provide the legal framework for the use of electronic means in conducting electronic transactions, granting the legal authenticity of electronic transactions and enhancing confidence in the authenticity and integrity of electronic transactions.
- Fields of digital certificates
- To secure electronic transactions conducted by people and entities (companies, organizations, etc.) for certificates and e-commerce.
- To sign contracts and electronic transactions
- To encrypt networks and electronic services
- To sign and encrypt emails
- To sign and encrypt electronic files such as MS Word and Adobe PDF