Digital Signature Blog

News, tips, and trends regarding digital signatures in demanding industries.

Posts about cybersecurity:

How does public key crytography improve security?

SIGNiX Staff 5/31/19 2:18 PM
How does public key crytography improve security?

After relying on ink signatures for decades, highly regulated industries like real estate, financial services, healthcare, banking, and government have finally begun to adopt paperless workflows in the past several years. As these industries enter a phase of mainstream adoption, they must ensure that data and legal evidence is reliably captured, efficiently processed, and independently available for years, decades, or even generations.

True digital signatures—such as those enabled by the SIGNiX platform—provide the highest levels of security, data privacy, and legal evidence capture available. But how exactly does a digital signature outperform simple, proprietary e-signature at the technological level?


Simple e-signatures vs. true digital signatures: which is right for your business?

SIGNiX Staff 5/16/19 11:34 AM
Simple e-signatures vs. true digital signatures: which is right for your business?

It’s useful to divide the entire spectrum of e-signatures into two camps: simple e-signatures with lightweight legal durability, and powerful digital signatures which provide security, data privacy, and superior legal evidence.

Which of these is the most secure and reliable signature solution for your business?

Read on to find out.

Does Your Business Have an Internet Security Plan?

Faith MacAnas 11/15/16 11:41 AM
Does Your Business Have an Internet Security Plan?

The internet has revolutionized the way we do business, allowing everything from online banking to employees working remotely. However, the internet has also brought new risks and threats. All businesses have sensitive information of some sort, such as customers' banking details and employees' personal information. Internet connection can endanger this confidential information. 

Largest Ever Healthcare Data Breach Affects Up to 80 Million

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Emily Maxie 2/6/15 11:00 AM
Largest Ever Healthcare Data Breach Affects Up to 80 Million

 

Up to 80 million customers had their account information stolen in the largest healthcare data breach in history. Anthem Inc., the second-largest health insurance company in the country, said hackers got access to their computer system and got information including names, medical IDs, birthdates, Social Security Numbers, street addresses, email addresses, employment information and income data.