Since early 2010 Secured Signing has been offering a Digital Signatures platform for many types of businesses across the globe. Secured Signing is a SaaS solution that allows a Notary Public and requester to complete the notarization process all online without having to visit a Notary Public in person.
Secured Signing's offering includes an all in one platform for:
- Electronic Notarize document
- Remote Online Notarization (RON - Video Signing), with meeting scheduler
- Knowledge-based authentication
- Online Identity verification
- Add fields such as text, radio button, tick boxes, date, multi-lines text box
- Mark-up and remove text
- Requester / client Signature
- Signing process journal – Document log
- Signing workflow
- Witness support
- Signing process visibility
- Reminders process for follow up
- Mobile support
Secured Signing's eNotary Platform is built for:
- Notaries – Business and Individual
- Title Agencies
- Signing Agencies
- Mortgage Brokers
- Real Estate Agencies
- Businesses with in-house Notaries
- Other businesses using Notary services
Secured Signing provides a one-stop digital signature service that delivers a full range of form completion and eSigning capabilities. The use of advanced, personalized X509 PKI Digital Signature technology is far more secure than using plain electronic signatures. Secured Signing enables its users to use any device to capture their graphical signature, fill-in, sign, seal and verify documents anywhere, anytime. The solution streamlines business processes, cuts back on expenses, expedites delivery cycles, improves staff efficiency and enhances customer service in a green environment. To learn more about Secured Signing, visit www.securedsigning.com.
Choosing Your Certificate
A notary public is required to have and use an identity-based digital certificate to digitally sign and seal each notarized document. Once a digital signature is applied, the electronic document is encrypted so that it cannot be modified; thereby protecting against digital tampering and creating a non-repudiable legally binding document, in which relying parties can trust. For your convenience, IGC Basic and Medium Assurance certificates can be purchased with or without a storage device (HID USB token) according to your preference. IGC Medium certificates may also be used for interaction with the Government. Simply select "BUY NOW " and the IdenTrust Certificate Selection Wizard will assist you in choosing a certificate that is accepted by SecureSigning.com and to meet your business needs. Your digital certificate can also be used to secure your email communications through digital signing and encryption.
Applications for Basic Assurance certificates use an automated process that usually takes 24-48 hours. Certificates with Medium Assurance require stronger authentication, including in-person or remote identity proofing of the applicant. This process usually takes an estimated 2-5 days for remote identity proofing and an estimated 7-10 business days for in-person identity proofing. Your IGC Basic Assurance certificate is accepted for public use. If you will use your IGC certificate to interact with government agencies, we suggest that you purchase a Medium Assurance certificate.
For your convenience, IGC Basic and Medium Assurance certificates can be purchased with or without a storage device (HID USB token) according to your preference.
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In the case where hardware is issued, ONLY THE SUBSCRIBER OF THE CERTIFICATE SHOULD HAVE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THEIR TOKEN – In all cases, THE DIGITAL CERTIFICATE IS YOUR FORM OF IDENTIFICATION, SIMILAR TO YOUR PASSPORT OR DRIVER’S LICENSE. Under the IGC Certificate Policy, it is our responsibility as an Authorized Certification Authority to revoke the certificate in a case of hardware loss or disclosure or compromise of the private key or any certificate related password to anyone other than the subscriber.