# ISO 27001:2013
This international standard is designed to set requirements for the establishment, implementation, maintenance and continuous improvement of an information security management system.
An ISO / IEC 27001 certificate shows that the information security management system has been measured against a standard of best practice in the branch and found to be in compliance. Certification of an independent certification body shows that the necessary measures have been taken to protect sensitive information from unauthorised access and changes.
# Protect your values
The standard has a holistic approach to information security. Values that need protection can include everything from digital information, paper documentation and physical assets (computers and networks) to the knowledge of individual employees. Conditions you must consider include, among other things, the staff's skills development and technical protection against hacking.
ISO / IEC 27001 helps us protect information as follows:
Confidentiality ensures that information is only available to authorised parties
- Integrity ensures that the information handling methods are accurate and complete
- Accessibility ensures that authorised users have access to information and associated assets when needed
Signicat is ISO/IEC 27001 certified, certificate is available here.
# ISO 25000
ISO/IEC 25000 also known as SQuaRE (System and Software Quality Requirements and Evaluation), is a series of standards aiming at creating a common framework for the evaluation of software product quality. Our Certificate of Functional Adequacy measures the ability of the software product (VideoID) to provide functions that satisfy both stated and implied needs, provided that the product is used under the specified conditions.
# eIDAS (Electronic Identification and Trust Services)
Signicat provides Qualified Trust Services in different geographical areas, issuing both qualified time-stamps as well as qualified certificates for electronic signatures.
# Qualified time-stamps, offered by Signicat AS, Norway
# NSC, National Security Framework
The systems that support the information of the services provided by Signicat SLU have been audited and found to comply with the requirements of Royal Decree 3/2010 of January 8, which regulates the National Security Scheme in the field of electronic administration.
Therefore, Signicat SLU is certified in the National Security Scheme at Medium level and reinforces the commitment to national regulatory compliance.
The National Security Framework, applicable to suppliers that collaborate with the Administration, offers a common framework of basic principles, requirements and security measures for adequate protection of the information processed and the services provided, in order to ensure access, confidentiality, integrity, traceability, authenticity, availability and conservation of the data, information and services used by electronic means that they manage in the exercise of their competencies.
# CPSTIC Services
Signicat SLU's VideoID product is available in the ICT security products and services catalog of the Spanish National Cryptologic Center, within the category "Video Identification Tools", thus ensuring compliance with the ETD/465/2021 standard of May 6 and ETD/743/2022 of July 26, which regulates remote video identification methods for the issuance of qualified electronic certificates.
# OpenID Certified
Signicat is a certified OpenID Connect provider and has achieved OpenID Certification from the OpenID Foundation. OpenID Certification demonstrates that our implementation of OpenID Connect, a standard for user authentication and authorisation, meets the highest levels of security, interoperability, and usability.
# eHerkenning certified
The Ministry of Economic Affairs has certified Signicat as an official eHerkenning broker. Other suppliers also recognise the power of our software, which means that our systems handle the majority of all login transactions.
# AICPA SOC 2 (American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; Service Organization Control)
Signicat delivers a SOC 2 (type 1 for 2018) (type 2 for 2019) attestation report to its customer. The SOC 2 report addresses a service organisation’s controls that relate to operations and compliance, as outlined by the AICPA’s Trust Services criteria in relation to availability, security, processing integrity, confidentiality and privacy. This report is intended to meet the needs of a broad range of users that need detailed information and assurance about the controls at a service organisation relevant to security, availability, and processing integrity of the systems the service organisation uses to process users’ data and the confidentiality and privacy of the information processed by these systems.
# FTN (Finnish Trust Network)
Signicat is an approved identity broker for Finnish businesses, providing access to the Finnish Trust Network, by The Finnish Transport and Communications Agency (Traficom).
Signicat offers strong electronic identification services for the public. The principles for strong identification have been established in Finnish legislation: Laki vahvasta sähköisestä tunnistamisesta ja sähköisistä luottamuspalveluista 533/2016, section 2.2§: http://www.finlex.fi/fi/laki/ajantasa/2009/20090617.
Signicat is an approved broker of IDIN in Netherlands.
# GDPR as Data Processor on instruction by Data Controller (Signicat's Customer)
An audit report is provided to Signicat's customers of compliance to Signicat's Data Processor Agreement (DPA).
# Sustainability policy
Signicat is committed to conduct business in a sustainable way as an employer, vendor, business partner and community member. At Signicat, sustainability is the way we manage and operate our business to best serve our employees, customers, care for the environment, drive long-term prosperity and build a trusted digital world.
# Code of conduct
Signicat has adopted this Code of Conduct, to make sure that we are aware of our expectations and standpoint on sustainability. This Signicat Code of Conduct is based on the ten principles of the United Nations’s Global Compact.