Using and Receiving Digital Signatures

The option of using Digital Signatures in electronic mail used over the Internet, provides a means of introducing a high degree of security to an otherwise insecure medium.

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  • An e-mail with important contents, and 'signed' with a Digital Signature may still not be acted upon by the recipient, resulting in possible delays and loss to your organisation. See Digital Signature for further explanation.

  • Ensure that the recipient is willing to operate, using Digital Signatures as a means of authentication.
  • Confirm that the recipient is familiar with the usage and verifications of such messages.
  • Ensure that Digital Signatures will be upheld legally for this type of transaction.
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