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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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Once a product or solution has met the stringent reliability and technical excellence criteria set out by Microsoft it will be issued with digitally signed drivers.
The Validation Approach presents fewer unknowns and produces a self-sufficient, viable record of its digitally signed transactions.
Digital signatures provide a proven way to establish the authenticity of an electronic document, but for these documents to be of any legal value we need to be 100% sure of the point in time at which the document was digitally signed by one of our Notaries," says Jan Biets, program manager at FRNB.
Invoice recipients can use a web based service to verify the digitally signed invoices.
The state of Indiana continues to lead the nation in its use of technology, thanks to a new service that allows government records to be digitally signed, legally certified, and delivered electronically by the state's official Web site at www.
Real Time Credentials are digitally signed proofs that validate and authorize S/MIME email and information being sent from BlackBerry Wireless Handhelds(TM).
NASDAQ:ADAT), announced today that the state of Indiana continues to lead the nation in its use of technology, thanks to a new solution that allows electronic records to be digitally signed, legally certified and delivered from the accessIndiana Web site.
When recipients open a digitally signed email, they see a ribbon or icon displayed by the email client, indicating that the message has not been forged or spoofed.
When the recipient opens a digitally signed e-mail, he sees a 'red ribbon' displayed by his email client.
The Company expects that Italy's protocol will be that each of these approval steps generates a digitally signed record of the approval step -- including where, when, and by whom it was approved -- which is saved as a digital certificate onto the optical media of each CIE.
The expected protocol is that each of these approval steps generates a digitally signed record of the approval step, including who, where, and when it was approved, which is saved as a digital certificate onto the optical media of each CIE.

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