Choose the qualified digital certificate for electronic signature that suits you – classic (token) or remote (cloud).
EU Regulation no. 910/2014 (eIDAS) on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market sets three types of qualified digital certificates – for electronic signature, for electronic seal and for website authentication.
A qualified digital certificate for electronic signature is a certificate issued by a qualified trust service provider for the electronic attestation linking the electronic signature validation data to a natural person and confirming at least the name or pseudonym of that person.
A qualified digital certificate for electronic signature can be used in relation to state institutions (ANAF, SICAP/SEAP, MySMIS, CNAS, ONRC, AFIR, etc.) and by companies in relation to business partners or to optimize internal processes such as HR.
IMPORTANT! You can RENEW ONLINE your qualified certificate for electronic signature, without having to go to the certSIGN / partners offices.
The issuance of the qualified certificate for electronic signature can also be done without going to the certSIGN / partners offices. Send the documents mandatory together with the declaration in original authenticated by a notary or attested by a lawyer under the provisions of art. 3 para. (1) lit. c) of Law 51/1995 (in order to ensure face-to-face identification and on the basis of the identity document, required by law and the European Regulation) by courier / post office at Bd. Tudor Vladimirescu, no. 29 A, Sector 5, Bucharest.
Of course, the documents can also be submitted personally to any of the 400 certSIGN representatives in the country.
You can find them on BRD Group Societe Generale, Raiffiesen Bank, OTP Bank, Alpha Bank and CEC Bank on this map.