Is my digital signature legally compliant with Halcom One app?

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Halcom One system complies with the highest EU safety requirements and regulations, such as eIDAS, ISO / IEC, GDPR and PSD2. The Halcom CA trust service provider issues qualified digital certificates and performs other activities of the trust service provider in accordance with the applicable legislation of Republic of Slovenia and the European Union, and in accordance with eIDAS, ETSI technical requirements, IETF RFC and ISO / IEC family of standards and others. related standards.

The Halcom CA trust service provider has an internal and external control process in place. In accordance with the law, Halcom CA trust service provider is subject to an external independent audit carried out once a year by an Accredited Body (ISO / IEC 9001, 27001, eIDAS, ETSI technical standards and IETF RFC).

Halcom CA trust provider is listed on the EU’s List of Trusted Lists for issuing and managing qualified digital certificates for qualified electronic signatures, qualified electronic stamps, website authentication and qualified timestamping.

Regulation (EU) no. Article 25 of Regulation (EC) No 910/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 July 2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market and repealing Directive 1999/93 / EC (the so-called eIDAS Regulation) clearly sets out legal validity of electronic signatures.

All electronic signatures may have legal force, but only a qualified digital signature has the same legal effect as a handwritten signature.