Digital signatures are widely used for financial transactions, software distribution and in cases where it is important to detect falsification or tampering. It is a mathematical scheme for indicating the authenticity of a digital message or document. A legal digital signature gives a recipient that authenticates the message created by a known sender, so that the dispatcher cannot deny having sent the message and the message cannot be altered in transit.
An electronic file with a digital signature ensures the authentication, Integrity (no alteration during transmission) and Non-repudiation (denial of a valid signature).
Digital signature is governed by Information Technology Act, 2000 and provides license for the Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) to ensure none of the provisions of the act are violated. Our esteem staff can help you in getting Digital Signature Certificates (DSC) from the Certifying Authorities (CAs) that issue for electronic authentication of users.