Audit activities to assess compliance with digital trust rules

Certi-Trust concretizes its desire to be a major player in the field of certification of technological programs by becoming the first certification body to obtain accreditation via OLAS (Office Luxembourgeois d’Accréditation et de Surveillance) ISO / IEC 17021-1 and ISO / IEC 27006. This national recognition allows Certi-Trust to carry out certification audits under accreditation on the basis of the criteria defined in the law of July 25, 2015 and in the technical rule of requirements and measures for the certification of PSDCs (Dematerialization or Digital Conservation Service Providers ) as well as in ISO / IEC 27001.

Certi-Trust is accredited by COFRAC according to the scope of accreditation indicated in the certificate below, to certify digital trust service providers (PSCo) in Europe according to the eIDAS regulation (Regulation 910/2014), the standard ETSI EN 319 403 v2.2.2 (electronic certification service PSCE, electronic time-stamping services TSP’s) and the ILNAS / PSCQ / Pr001 “Supervision of Qualified Trust Service Providers QTSPs” standard, version 4.5 (PSCo qualified in Luxembourg).

Accreditation certificate for the certification of digital trust services

The “eIDAS” Regulation n ° 910/2014 of 23 July 2014 aims to increase confidence in electronic transactions within the internal market. It establishes a common basis for secure electronic interactions between citizens, businesses and public authorities. It therefore mainly concerns public sector bodies and trust service providers established in the territory of the European Union. It establishes a European framework for electronic identification and trust services, in order to facilitate the emergence of the digital single market.

Issuance of qualified certificates for electronic signature, electronic seal and website authentication:

  • Qualified electronic signature certificates make it possible to certify the identity of the natural persons to whom they have been issued. The legal effect of a qualified electronic signature is equivalent to that of a handwritten signature.
  • Certificates qualified as an electronic seal to attest to the identity of the legal persons to which they have been issued. A qualified electronic seal benefits from a presumption of data integrity and of the correctness of the origin of the data to which it is linked.
  • Qualified website authentication certificates make it possible to certify the identity of the natural or legal persons to whom they have been issued, as well as the name of the corresponding websites.

Qualified validation of qualified electronic signatures and qualified electronic seals:

  • A qualified validation service for qualified electronic signatures or qualified electronic seals ensures the legal certainty of a qualified signature or seal by providing proof of validation by a qualified third party.