Enterprise ID and digital signature
Digitize the company’s reporting and signing of documents
What is an Enterprise Certificate?
- The company’s digital ID
- Shows which company who is behind a digital action
- Used for login, digital signature and encryption
- Can be used manually by persons and for automated processes between machines
Does your company want to start with eInnsyn?
eInnsyn is a public project that will replace today’s OEP.
The government agencies that deliver public records to OEP must be integrated with eInnsyn. This can be done with a Enterprise Certificate that authenticates the company digitally.
“In relation to the Financial Supervisory Authority’s planning and design of software solutions that support the market surveillance function, Commfides Norge AS has assisted with advice and contributed to the fact that our reporting solutions are continuously updated and well-equipped to accommodate ever-changing and increasingly stringent security and data integrity requirements.”
Trond Alfred Solvang Andersen, Finanstilsynet
ORDER ENTERPRISE CERTIFICATE
Complete control with the e-ID portal
The portal is a free and user-friendly tool for all customers and distributors of e-ID certificates.
The e-ID portal provides:
- Access to place orders for Enterprise and Employee Certificates for your own business and for end customers
- Overview of orders with specific status
- Possibility to have self-service customers with their own login, or an administrator-managed solution on behalf of customers
- Delivery status
- Invoice status
- Multiple administrators and users
- Revocation and renewal of certificate
- Customized layout with logo
The digital service an Enterprise Certificate gives access to have different security levels.
It is the Company as the owner of the service that determines what level of security the service should have – intermediate or highest security level
Intermediate Security Level (Level 3)
Most online public services have an intermediate level of security, and not as strict requirements for handling sensitive information as for Level 4 services. Commfides e-ID certificates can be used at security level 3.
The difference between certificates issued on Level 3 and Level 4 is, among other things, the way in which it is distributed.
An Enterprise Certificate issued at Level 3 is sent via encrypted email where the recipient identifies himself with a receipt with a copy of credentials and signature.
Highest level of security (Level 4)
Services that handle online health information require that the service and e-ID are at the highest level of security, level 4.
Commfides Employee e-ID is issued at Level 4, and Enterprise Certificate can be used for Level 4 services if the certificate is handled and stored in accordance with Commfides guidelines.
A Level 4 certificate must be sent through secure distribution that requires personal attendance upon extradition.
A Level 4 e-ID is a two-factor solution, where the ID is handed out by personal attendance on the display of credentials, to ensure that the recipient is the e-ID customer.
Commfides uses Posten’s PUM service at extradition at post office. Alternatively, it can be agreed upon by Commfides at Lysaker.
Commfides has power of attorney for effective deliveries for major businesses.