With a qualified electronic time stamp you have, in case of a dispute, the presumption of the correctness of the indicated date / time and of the integrity of the data.
What is a time stamp?
A timestamp represents data in electronic format that links other data in electronic format to a particular time, establishing evidence that the latter existed at that time. A qualified timestamp is issued by a qualified trusted service provider. It is used, for example, to ensure that electronic data, such as an electronic signature, exists at a certain point in time.
A qualified electronic time stamp benefits in the event of a dispute from the presumption of the correctness of the indicated date and time and of the integrity of the data to which the given date and time is reported.
A qualified electronic time stamp issued in a European Union Member State is recognized as a qualified electronic time stamp in all Member States.
certSIGN offers, as a qualified trust service provider according to the eIDAS Regulation, qualified time stamp services registered in the European Trusted List.