The answer to existing and new EU
security standards for European organizations.
Entrust Datacard Now Provides Qualified Trust Services.
QWAC and QWAC PSD2 certificates are compliant with eIDAS Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 and the Payment Services Directive (EU) 2105/2366 and have been implemented in accordance with ETSI standards EN 319 411, EN 319 412 and TS 119 495.
QWAC certificates enable European organizations and Payment Service Providers (PSPs) to get the highest level of trust and assert their identify and roles in accordance with various EU regulations.
Qualified Certificates from Entrust Datacard
Qualified Certificates can only be issued by a Qualified Trust Service Provider (QTSP) recognized under eIDAS. Entrust Datacard Europe is recognized across all EU and EEA countries as a QTSP and has undergone the appropriate eIDAS conformity assessments in order to be able to provide Qualified Certificates for Website Authentication. You can view Entrust Datacard Europe on the EU Trust List here.
QSeal certificates are compliant with the Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and can be used in addition to QWAC PSD2 to seal the data that is sent between financial institutions to ensure the origin of the data and that it has not been modified while in transmit.
SC Media UK editor Tony Morbin interviews Chris Bailey, VP Strategy and Business Development, to discuss.
Tony Morbin, Editor-in-Chief of SC Media UK sat down with Chris Bailey, VP of Strategy and Business Development for Entrust Datacard to get his expert opinion on the differences between eIDAS and GDPR, how we can trust the integrity of digital signing certificates, the risks of interoperability under open banking, how to reduce the risks affecting digital identity and the impact BREXIT will have on UK organizations for eIDAS and GDPR.