inSign: secure & provable
100% legally compliant with AES & QES
Compliance with legal provisions of GDPR, eIDAS & Co.The electronic inSign process complies with all existing legal provisions, including GDPR, eIDAS, BGB (German Civil Code) and BDSG (German Data Protection Act).
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Annual certification by TÜV SaarlandinSign is assessed and certified by TÜV (Federal Inspection Association) at annual intervals. The experts of TÜV Saarland conduct tests relating to the security and reliability of our electronic signature. The user friendliness and error robustness of the tools also play a major part. During the development of our user-friendly software and app, we make sure that inSign complies with the most exacting quality and security standards. That’s why the TÜV quality criteria are so important for us as software producers.
Our digital signature solution was developed in Germany and is also hosted by German companies based in Germany. We stand for top quality standards, high standards in data protection and, therefore, happy customers.
inSign was successfully certified by BITMi e. V. and also awarded the quality labels
„Software Hosted in Germany“ and „Software Made in Germany“.
Encryption of digital data
FAQ – Other frequently asked questions
Electronic signatures are more specific as they add electronic data to the signee’s identification to unambiguously authenticate the signature. In this case, both parties can access the biometric data.
For most standard documents, the advanced electronic signature (AES) is the best choice. Therefore, inSign uses the AES as standard, which is legally compliant, conclusive and practical. For certain contracts, the law requires the written form. In these cases, the qualified electronic signature (QES) is necessary. The advanced and qualified electronic signatures are both verifiable. The advanced electronic signature is characterised by significantly higher practicability since it does not require the effort of checking the signee’s identity before signature.
Video: Difference AES/QES (only available in German)
Blog: Three types of electronic signature
Yes. The two-factor authentication provides additional data protection as it proves a person’s identity with two different factors.
Upon release, the document link and the password for the account are sent separately. Software settings allow for different ways of authentication, for instance, by text message or e-mail.