The qualified electronic signature is a means for the certification of authorship of documents with which you can save plenty of time. Taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the Internet, you can sign different documents without leaving your home or office.
What does its universality consist of?
Above all it is a legally recognized authentic signature with respect to all persons in the country. This means that each document that you sign with it has the same value and validity, as if you sign it on paper.
The qualified electronic signature gives indisputable guarantee for your identity. It makes impossible the counterfeiting of your documents, keeps the communication secret and makes the electronic document official.
The electronic signature offered by CCB is issued by Infonotary EAD.
You can buy a qualified electronic signature certificate from any CCB office.
If you are an individual you need an ID card.
For companies there is a need of a court decision, current status certificate, BULSTAT and ID card of the company representative. A letter of attorney is also required in case that the company is represented by an expressly authorized for the purpose person.
To sign with a qualified electronic signature you need to have:
From each CCB office you can buy either only the Qualified electronic signature certificate or the technical device, or both.
At the purchase of the Qualified electronic signature certificate you will receive a free CD containing software for work with smart cards and certificates and software for signing and verification of electronic documents. This software is also available for saving from the site www.infonotary.com.
Since 30 July 2007 you can buy a package containing qualified electronic signature, smart card and card reader at a preferential price:
Single prices of devices and services are as follows:
Bank services for individuals
With the qualified electronic signature you could profit from series of CCB products without visiting the bank office – fast, easy and comfortable:
With the qualified electronic signature you can sign and exchange electronically official documents with the following institutions:
In the course of issuance of each electronic signature certificate a pair of cryptographic keys are generate - private and public. Private key can be used for the creation of the electronic signature with which you sign the relevant document. You should not give the private key to third parties.
Public key is necessary for verification of the electronic signature, i.e. it is needed by the organization, bank or other person that will accept the document signed with a qualified electronic signature. Via the public key they will be assured that the document has been signed exactly by you as the owner of the qualified electronic signature certificate. Public key is registered in the certificate issued by Infonotary EAD and can be delivered in two ways:
For additional information:
Call phone number 0800 11 400 /the phone call is free for customers from the whole country/ or 02/9266 500, you can write to us to the address: email@example.com.
For information concerning the software installation for the qualified electronic signature, call 02/921 0890.