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eIDAS conformity

Microsec – first in Hungary – in October 2016 has received its eIDAS compliance certificates for its qualified trust services. Compliance assessment is accomplished yearly. 
The conformity assessment audits are carried out by the German TÜViT.

Based on the October 2017 audit - first in Hungary again - Microsec has been certified to run ECC algorithm-based certification units.

Actual eIDAS Conformity Certificates (valid from 31st October 2018 to 31st October 2020):
issuance of e-Szignó qualified certificates for electronic signature (2018-10-31)
issuance of e-Szignó qualified certificates for electronic seal (2018-10-31)
e-Szignó qualified time stamp service (2018-10-31)
e-Szignó qualified preservation service (2018-10-31)
issuance of e-Szignó qualified certificates for website authentication (2018-11-23)

Earlier eIDAS Conformity Certificates (valid from 31st October 2016 to 31st October 2018):
issuance of e-Szignó qualified certificates for electronic signature (2016-10-31)
issuance of e-Szignó qualified certificates for electronic seal (2016-10-31)
e-Szignó qualified time stamp service (2016-10-31)
e-Szignó qualified preservation service (2016-10-31)


Compliance with CA/Browser Forum Baseline Requirements

In order to provide automatic acceptance of website authentication certificates by the browsers Microsec makes its full CA hierarchy audited yearly by an independent auditor (TÜViT).
The TÜViT issues an Attestation Letter based on the audit carried out.

Actual Attestation Letters:
Attestation Letter (2018-12-13) „Microsec e-Szigno Root CA 2009"
Attestation Letter (2018-12-13) „e-Szigno Root CA 2017"

Former Attestation Letters:
Attestation Letter (2017-12-14) „Microsec e-Szigno Root CA 2009"
Attestation Letter (2017-12-14) „e-Szigno Root CA 2017"


Compliance with CA/Browser Forum EV (Extended Validation) Requirements
At the beginning of 2019 Microsec launched the new service to issue qualified certificates for website authentication that meets also the CABF EV requirements. Microsec makes its service audited yearly by an independent auditor (TÜViT).
The TÜViT issues an EV Attestation Letter based on the audit carried out.

Actual EV Attestation Letters:
EV Attestation Letter (2019-06-12) „Microsec e-Szigno Root CA 2009"
EV Attestation Letter (2019-06-12) „e-Szigno Root CA 2017"

Former EV Attestation Letters:
EV Attestation Letter (2018-12-13) „Microsec e-Szigno Root CA 2009"
EV Attestation Letter (2018-12-13) „e-Szigno Root CA 2017"