The participants of the ESVA final webinar learned all the details about how the ESVA module works and how it can be used to validate electronic signatures in EWP. The recording of the webinar can be re-watched.
How can you make the exchange of electronically signed documents in EWP more secure? How can their authenticity be easily verified? Join the ESVA final webinar on the 29th of November and learn all about this EWP-compatible validation module.
The ESVA module was presented by the consortium on 20 September at the Demo Day organised at Mendel University in Brno. The event covered the role of electronic signatures and the importance of their validation. Participants were shown how the ESVA module works and connects to the EWP. There was also an opportunity to discuss some real-life cases where such a tool can be useful.
How should electronic signatures be verified in the digital environment provided by the EWP? What are the details to be considered in particular? What tools are available? Join us for the ESVA demo event on the 20th of September 2022 at Mendel University in Brno to get insights into the ESVA validation module!
Although many people are averse to electronic signatures, the truth is that they are much more secure than traditional signatures and much harder to forge. The ESVA module analyses electronic signatures in two steps.
ESVA is well on track: the e-signature validation module will soon be integrated with the EWP network.
Both non-qualified and qualified e-signatures are appropriate to clearly identify the person signing in the course of a transaction and can be linked to that individual only. But what makes them different?
Why don’t you shorten the time spent on paperwork? Electronic signatures are now commonly used for transactions and in any field of administration.
The ESVA consortium has started to work on an independent e-signature validation module compatible with Erasmus Without Paper.