What is an Enterprise certificate?
- Company Digital ID
- Shows which company is behind a digital action
- Used for login, connection to Apis, signing, and encryption
- Can be used manually by persons and for automatic processes between machines
APPLICABLE ENTERPRISE CERTIFICATE SERVICES
DIGITAL TAX CARD
REPORT SICK LEAVE
ACCESS TO THE DEBT PORTAL
ACCESS TO THE DEBT REGISTER
CUSTOMS DECLARATION IN THE TVINN
Future secure transactions with BCP are here
e-order, e-Invoice (EHF), e-Catalog, credit note, and payment reminder are some of the digital transactions that are to be secured with Business Certificate Publisher (BCP). Banks are the first to use enterprise certificates to encrypt their transactions. Read more about BCP and order the Enterprise certificate for Interbank/BCP here.
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Complete control with the email ID portal
The portal is a free and easy to use tool for all customers and retailers of email ID certificates.
The email ID portal provides:
- Access to place orders for enterprise and employee certificates for your own business and customers
- Overview of purchase orders with status
- Ability to have self-service customers with their own login, or an administrator-managed solution on behalf of customers
- Delivery status
- Ability for multiple admins and users
- Revokating and renewing a certificate
- Custom logo Layout
The digital services an enterprise certificate provides access to has different security levels.
It is the business that owns the service that determines what level of security the service should have – intermediate or highest security level.
Medium-High Security level (Level 3)
Most online public services have a mid-high security level, and not as stringent requirements for handling sensitive information, such as at Level 4 services. Commfides Email ID certificates can be utilized at security Level 3.
The difference between a certificate issued at level 3 and level 4 is, among other things, the way it is deployed.
An enterprise certificate issued at level 3 is sent via encrypted e-mail where the recipient identifies himself with a receipt with a copy of their credentials and signature.
Highest level of security (level 4)
Services that handle online health information require the service and e-Id to be at the highest security level, Level 4.
Commfides Ansatt E-ID is issued at level 4, and Enterprise certificate can be used against level 4 services if the certificate is handled and stored according to the Commfides guidelines.
A Level 4 certificate must be sent through secure distribution that requires personal attendance upon disclosure.
A Level 4 E-ID is a two-factor solution, where the Id is disclosed in person to the display of legitimization, to ensure that the beneficiary is the requester of the email Id.
Commfides utilizes Postens PUM service by extradition at post Office. Alternatively, it may be agreed time for pickup by Commfides at Lysaker.
Commfides has power schemes for efficient deliveries for larger enterprises.