sproof is 100% compliant with national or international regulations and guidelines for digital signatures and digital signature tools.
"For us, uncompromising data protection is not an add-on, but the foundation of a sovereign solution for the European market"Dr. Clemens Brunner
Is the digital signature 100% legally valid?
Are regular penetration tests carried out with sproof sign?
Which e-signature standards does sproof sign offer for your company?
How is IT security ensured? (Are there also documents/certifications for this?)
How long does it take to integrate sproof into existing workflows via API?
Why should companies rely on European tools?
Where are the sproof sign servers located?
Is sproof sign GDPR compliant?
Which legal, security and compliance regulations does sproof sign meet?
Can I also get a qualified signature via sproof sign?
What is the difference between an advanced and a qualified digital signature?
Are signatures created with sproof legally valid?
When do you need a qualified electronic signature (QES)?