eIDAS (Electronic Identification, Authentification and Trust Services)

The eIDAS regulation is an EU regulation on the use of electronic signatures. eIDAS is the abbreviation for Electronic Identification, Authentification and Trust Services.

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What is eIDAS?

The eIDAS regulation is an EU regulation on the use of electronic signatures. The abbreviation eIDAS stands for Electronic Identification, Authentification and Trust Services. This is the name of a regulation of the European Parliament and the Council that regulates the use of trust services for electronic transactions and electronic identification throughout Europe. This regulation bears the number 910/2014. The following points are regulated in detail in the eIDAS regulation:

Trust services electronic signatures electronic seals electronic time stamps services for electronic registered mail certificates for website authentication

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