What should you watch out for when creating, storing and checking an electronic signature within the meaning of the GDPR?
According to the GDPR, all persons involved in the signature process must be informed about which of their personal data is stored in the signature. Sign Live! C.C.C offers the possibility to display all information stored in the certificate before creating a signature. After the signature, all information stored in the signature can be viewed.
Should a VDA (VtrustDservicesAprovider) for testing services according to the eIDAS VO take over the test, these are in the sense of the BDSG / DSGVO (BandesDAtenSchutzGset / DAtenSchutzGperiodVregulation) processors and must provide corresponding AV contracts or agreements.
The trust services electronic seal and electronic time stamp remain unaffected by the GDPR.