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digital signature

An electronic signature based on cryptographic rules and parameters of originator authentication, which identify the signer and verify the integrity of the data pertaining to the signature.

digital signature

In an electronic health record, a unique, personalized alphanumeric code (or set of codes) that identifies one and only one user of the system.
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Internationally Certified Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor (ICAADC) requires 2,000 hours of supervised work experience, a master's degree in behavioral science, 300 performance hours of supervised practicum, successful completion of a written examination, and a signed code of ethics statement or affirmation statement.
Internationally Certified Clinical Supervisor (ICCS) requires a current IC&RC credential or other master's-level credential, 10,000 hours of ADC counseling-specific work experience, 30 hours of education, successful completion of a written examination, and a signed code of ethics statement or affirmation statement.
Internationally Certified Prevention Specialist (ICPS) requires 2,000 hours of alcohol, tobacco and other drug prevention work experience, 100 hours of prevention-specific education, 120 hours of supervision, successful completion of a written examination, and a signed code of ethics statement or affirmation statement.
Internationally Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional (ICCJP) requires 6,000 hours of supervised work experience, 270 hours of education, 200 hours of supervised practical training, successful completion of a written examination, and a signed code of ethics statement or affirmation statement.
Internationally Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Professional (ICCDP) requires 4,000 hours of co-occurring specific work experience and 2,000 hours of documented work experience in counseling in the last 10 years, a minimum of a bachelor's degree in co-occurring disorder or behavioral science, 200 hours of supervision, successful completion of a written examination, and a signed code of ethics statement or affirmation statement.
When users choose to download and execute signed code on their computers, they choose to trust the company or person that created the code by recognizing the name on the certificate.
Unlike Java applets, which are somewhat restrained by an initial layer of protection through the Java Security Manager, the signed code of ActiveX applets can enter the desktop without any security check and can perform virtually any task the user himself might perform.
We will be working toward a common system for signed code and registration of signatories.