ChamberSign contributes to the EC consultation on eID, eAuthenticity and eSignature

ChamberSign submits a new position paper to the European Commission on eSignature. The paper request to carve out the public sector clause and to set up a governance model for the Directive. It requires as well to set up supervision guidelines and a European validation authority.

Creating Trust in Electronic Commerce PDF

Enterprises want to conduct business using innovative techniques while keeping total control of the confidentiality, user authentication, message integrity, non-repudiation of transactions, and legitimate availability of services and information. Chambers of Commerce which are part of ChamberSign  provide end users (companies) with the technical infrastructure required to achieve this objective, and link it to an increasing number of eBusiness and eGovernment applications which are available outside the national borders.


Digital certificates provided by Chambers of Commerce can be used for a variety of applications: securing email exchange, e-Signature, custom documents, storage and encryption, e-Invoice, e-Procurement…


A few figures:

  • Chambers of Commerce provide digital certificates to businesses in 14 European countries.
  • Over 3.5 million digital certificates have been granted by Chambers of Commerce in Europe.
  • Companies can save up to 75 % of their invoicing costs by switching to electronic invoicing.