Cloud-based Digital Signatures Within Adobe Acrobat Sign
Digital signatures provide greater assurance and security compared to other types of un-standardized electronic signatures with features including signer identity validation, non-repudiation, document content integrity, and third party timestamping.
GlobalSign makes digital signatures accessible to companies of all sizes via a seamless integration with Adobe Acrobat Sign and partnership with the Cloud Signature Consortium. GlobalSign's document signing certificates are compatible and automatically trusted by Adobe Acrobat Sign (and other Adobe programs), making it easy for organizations to provide signing capabilities to their employees.
GlobalSign Cloud Digital Signatures
GlobalSign’s cloud digital signature solution means organizations using Adobe Acrobat Sign receive all the benefits of digital signing – signer identity validation, content integrity, trusted timestamps, non-repudiation – without the need to manage any physical hardware or build any custom integrations.
Meet the requirements of national and industry-specific electronic signature regulations, including US ESIGN, FDA CFR 21 Part 11, US State Professional Engineering (PE) Seals, eIDAS (advanced signatures, eSeals), HIPAA, and more
As a member of the Cloud Signature Consortium, Adobe Approved Trust List (AATL), and Microsoft Trusted Root Certificate Program, GlobalSign digital signatures are automatically trusted by Adobe Acrobat Sign and other leading programs
PKI-based for Stronger Signatures
Digital signatures provide greater assurance compared to other types of electronic signatures and support signer authentication, non-repudiation, third party timestamping, and document integrity
Easy to Deploy
GlobalSign's Digital Signing Service is already integrated with Adobe Acrobat Sign, making it easy for Adobe Acrobat Sign clients to add digital signing capabilities to their existing workflows
Third Party Timestamping
All digital signatures applied with GlobalSign document signing certificates automatically include a trusted RFC 3161-compliant timestamp
All signing components are hosted and maintained by GlobalSign, so there is no hardware to invest in or maintain and no internal cryptographic needed