As the leading provider offering both SaaS-based digital signatures and remote online notarization in the United States, SIGNiX has offered RON since 2013 and processed over a billion digital signatures in highly regulated industries. SIGNiX’s technology ensures document enforceability and independent verification by giving users complete ownership and control of their digitally signed documents. Every signature and RON seal by SIGNiX uses a digital certificate and our platform is approved in nearly every state that accepts RON.
SIGNiX's technology is compliant with MISMO’S RON Standards, ESIGN, UETA, FINRA/SEC, Digital Signature Standards by National Institute of Standards and Technology, Title 21 CFR Part 11, and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
SIGNiX has partnered with IdenTrust to provide you with the preferred certificate for your usage.
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.
Simply select "BUY NOW " and the IdenTrust Certificate Selection Wizard will assist you in choosing a certificate that is accepted by SIGNiX 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.
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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.