eMudhra becomes Executive Member of Cloud Signature Consortium

eMudhra becomes Executive Member of Cloud Signature Consortium

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New Delhi, Dec 5 : eMudhra, a market leader in digital identity and transaction management solutions, announced on Wednesday that they are now an Executive Member of the Cloud Signature Consortium (CSC)— a group of industry and academic organisations committed to building a new standard for cloud-based digital signatures that support web and mobile applications and comply with demanding electronic signature regulations in the world.

The Cloud Signature Consortium, an organisation based out of Brussels, has 20 members from multiple countries across the globe.

The group works with an aim to bring leading players in the industry together to effectively simplify and streamline the digital signing experience on the cloud.

Some of the current members of the organisation include Adobe, Digicert, and Safelayer.

The CSC has recognised eMudhra for their efforts in increasing adoption of digital signatures and has granted them membership into the consortium.

Commenting on this membership, eMudhra Founder &Chairman V Srinivasan said, “The CSC membership is a validation for our decade long work in the digital signature space. These will only drive us to think beyond borders and empower us go the extra mile in helping global enterprises adopt such initiatives in a seamless manner.”

Andrea Valle, President of the Cloud Signature Consortium (CSC), was pleased to welcome eMudhra to CSC: “The Cloud Signature Consortium (CSC) warmly welcomes eMudhra Limited as a new member in its growing global network of trust service experts. CSC is the international association of industry and academic organisations committed to building global standards for cloud-based digital signatures and trust services.

''By accepting eMudhra, a licensed Certifying Authority in India issuing Digital Signature Certificates, as CSC’s first Indian member, CSC has gained a strong regional partner in empowering digital transformation.The consortium is expanding its presence in Asia, which confirms the interest for standardization and interpretability at the global level.''

eMudhra’s CSC membership will give a push to the adoption of digital signature globally and will drive the consortium’s efforts to offer a common technical specification that will make solutions interoperable and suitable for adoption in the global market. (UNI)