SOC 2 Type II Certified
SOC 2 Type II certification ensures that a service organization meets or exceeds industry standards for security, availability, processing, integrity, confidentiality and privacy of a system.
GDPR has been approved by the European Union with the aim of increasing the protection of an EU customer’s personal data as well as their right to it. Each organization that handles the data of an EU resident must comply with strict requirements concerning data collection and its management or pay revenue-based fines for not doing so.
PCI DSS Compliance
PCI Data Security Standards ensure the safety of the cardholder’s data. An organization with PCI certification maintains payment security and ensures that their customers’ credit card information is well-protected against cyber threats and attacks.
For customers who constantly deal with medical records, SignNow supports the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Thus, you can be sure that there will be confidential storage and transmission of healthcare information.
SSAE 16 Professionals has confirmed SignNow complies with Section 4 – Electronic Signatures, Article 25. The electronic signatures produced by SignNow shall not be denied legal effect and admissibility as evidence in legal proceedings solely on the grounds that it is in an electronic form or that it does not meet the requirements for qualified electronic signatures.
21 CFR Part 11 Compliance
For all companies and organizations working in pharmaceuticals, medicine and with biotechnologies, SignNow guarantees full compliance with 21 CFR Part 11. This regulation applies to all records in electronic form and in part related to e-signatures. With regards to SignNow, it covers: identity verification of both the sender and signer, e-signature session length and a time-stamped audit trail.
Legally Binding Signatures. World-Class Security.
SignNow complies with ESIGN and provides additional security and authentication options above and beyond what is legally required by ESIGN.
Unique Signatures for Each User
Retention in the Cloud
Detailed Audit Log
General Rule of Validity
UETA and ESIGN both state: “a record or signature may not be denied legal effect or enforceability solely because it is in electronic form.” These statutes establish the general rule that electronic signatures are valid and enforceable, provided certain requirements are established.