We offer a state-of-the-art solution that ensures the security of digital identities and electronic communications.
Ivnosys, as a Qualified Trust Service Provider and Trusted Third Party, we help to digitize the internal processes of organizations by focusing on the centralization of digital certificates, the electronic signature of documents and the management of electronic notifications.
Issue and centralize digital certificates on a unique platform, avoiding their dispersion and fraudulent use. Work when and where you want in a secure and controlled way.
Choose from the differents signature methods we make available to you, depending on the technology and legal robustness you need.
Signature with digital certificate in the cloud, suitable for electronic signature of documents or acknowledgement of receipt of notifications. It has the highest legal range, guaranteeing maximum security of signed documents.
Signature method with the highest legal range, through which to accept the content of a document with full guarantees, ensuring the identity of the signatory and the integrity of the message.
Digitized handwritten signature with biometric data collection (contact position, speed and pen pressure) in a specialized device. Provides certification of the message content and the signature.
Explicit acceptance of a communication and/or document with signature using a one-time PIN (OTP) sent by SMS to the mobile. Provides certified evidence of the documents content and message acceptance.
Explicit acceptance of a communication with one or more conditions through an acceptance dialog box. Suitable for signing conditions of use and documents or approving them.
Certified delivery of a message by email or SMS. In addition, you will have the option of downloading the document.
Find out how to use your digital certificate safely, without compromising your company’s confidential information.Read more >
A Certification Authority has the responsibility to issue and revoke digital certificates used by companies and individuals.Read more >
The eIDAS regulation defines the common legal framework which regulates electronic transactions in EU member countries.Read more >