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ECERTIC is a Trusted Third Party: The digital notary

Tercero de Confianza is a figure included in article 25 of the Law on Services of the Information Society (LSSI), as that entity that, outside the declarations of will of the parties, files them for a minimum of five years, consigning date and time of the same.

This figure is necessary in all processes of electronic signature and certified communication , according to Law 59/2003 of Electronic Signature.

Currently, there are a variety of examples and jurisprudence, validating contracts in which there has been a Trusted Third Party as a party, and invalidating those digital transactions in which this figure has not existed.

Registered in the Ministry of Energy, Tourism and Digital Agenda as a Provider of Certification Services for the services of electronic signature, biometric signature and digital custody.

Firma Fácil centralized electronic signature platform is one of the only three platforms approved by the Superior Council of Chambers of Commerce.

The Rubricae graphometric signature biometric solution is one of only two biometric signature solutions approved by EAD Trust in Spain.

The technological infrastructure that supports our products and services is ISO 9001 and 27001.

Spanish Laws

Law 59/2003 of electronic signature.
The advanced electronic signature allows the signer to be identified and any subsequent change of the signed data to be detected. It is linked to the signer uniquely and to the data referred to. It is an electronic signature that has been created by means that the signer can use, with a high level of trust, under his / her exclusive control.

Law 03/2014 of consumers and users
Making the document available to the signer, in durable support and prior to signing .

National Interoperability Scheme
The National Interoperability Scheme establishes the interoperability principles and guidelines in the exchange and preservation of electronic information by Public Administrations .

International Laws

European Regulation 910/2014 (eIDAS)

Regulates the electronic identification and trust services in electronic transactions in the EU (electronic signatures, electronic stamps, electronic time stamps, electronic documents, certified electronic delivery services and services of certificates for website authentication).

SEPA regulations
All recurring payments must have a mandate for the bank, regardless of the contract .

New Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on Data Protection
The new Data Protection regulation will replace the Spanish LOPD , as of April 25, 2018. A transitional period has been defined so that organizations and companies within the EU can adapt to the new criteria