White Paper - Electronic Time Stamps

White Paper - Electronic Time Stamps
The present White Paper describes the legal framework conditions and technical requirements for the creation of electronic time stamps and also examines the differences between qualified and non-qualified time stamps, for differentiation purposes termed "other time stamps" below.

It explains how qualified and other time stamps are technically implemented. In addition, the White Paper demonstrates how the different implementation measures can affect compliance issues, legal probative value and cost structures.

Moreover, this White paper presents examples of current application scenarios for electronic time stamps.

Download Electronic Time Stamps White Paper (.pdf, 2.201 KB).

For further information, please visit:
http://www.authentidate.de

About AuthentiDate International AG
AuthentiDate International AG (Düsseldorf, Germany) was accredited in November 2001 by the German Federal Network Agency (formerly the German Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Posts) as the first accredited certification provider focusing on qualified time stamps in compliance with the new German Signature Act and European Signature Directives. The time stamps offered by AuthentiDate thus offer the very highest legally recognized protection for all electronic data in the form of qualified electronic timestamps with provider accreditation. For more information, visit www.authentidate.de.

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