With the eIDAS certificate you become a qualified Trusted Service Provider. This sends your customers, business partners or authorities a clear message that electronic identification is at the highest level of security in your organization. At the same time, you show that you are complying with all the requirements set out in Regulation 910/2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions on the internal market.
TAYLLORCOX is not only a pioneer but also the only professionally qualified entity for conformity assessment with the eIDAS regulation according to Act No. 297/2016 Coll. on trust-building services for electronic transactions - www.eidas.cz. All providers of trust-building services are thus our clients. In TAYLLORCOX you also get a unique mix of benefits:
EIDAS certification will clearly show that secure and smooth electronic transactions are a priority for your organization. However, the list of benefits does not end there:
You will reduce costs related to the resolution of security incidents, fines and damage to the company's reputation.
At TAYLLORCOX we have developed a unique three-phase certification process that allows us to proceed with unrivalled speed and efficiency.
We will pass the necessary knowledge to your employees.
The basis for obtaining eIDAS is demonstrable relevant knowledge of your employees. All necessary training is conducted by internationally accredited auditors with extensive experience. In the eIDAS Intro course our auditors will introduce you to the legal and practical aspects of eIDAS and advise you on how to prepare for them. They will professionally and thoroughly explain the impact of eIDAS on the Czech legal environment, companies, state institutions or international activities.
We have prepared a supporting materials package for you. This will facilitate your path to successful certification.
The sophisticated document system includes a complete set of templates, samples, and forms to guide you through the compilation of a key guide for the whole company, including checklists. With these you will ensure that you have optimized all processes as required by the legislation and certification. The authors of the toolkit are our accredited auditors and leading experts in eIDAS, who guarantee the factual accuracy and quality of all materials.
Get confirmation that your business processes comply with strict eIDAS standards.
The certification will be performed by our lead auditor. The first stage of the internal audit - desktop review - will focus on the description of the current state of documentation in terms of its complexity and completeness. This will be followed by a process review where we will evaluate the compliance of the documentation with reality and compile a list of necessary measures.
The eIDAS certificate confirms that the organization meets the requirements defined by this pan-European standard. When you certify your company to the eIDAS standard, you send your customers, business partners and authorities a clear message that secure and smooth electronic transactions are a priority for your company.
eIDAS oversees electronic identification and trusted services for electronic transactions across Europe. It regulates electronic signatures, qualified digital certificates, electronic seals, timestamps and other authentication methods, electronic transactions, defines stakeholders and processes to ensure security for users doing business online, such as electronic funds transfer or communication with public services. And it is the uniform legal environment and security standards that are key to the development of electronic services and transactions.
The eIDAS Regulation was introduced in July 2014 and EU Member States are required to recognize electronic signatures that meet its standards. The State, by Act No. 250/2017 Coll., Opened the possibility for electronic identities to be provided by private entities as well. Therefore, in addition to electronic ID cards, prescriptions and pension accounts, significant development of other services is expected. Commercial entities wishing to participate must meet the necessary condition required by law: to have their instruments assessed by an independent auditor. And it was TAYLLORCOX that was the first to receive such a commission in the Czech Republic.
The assessment of individual tools is carried out according to 16 technology-neutral criteria, from which the so-called level of guarantee is based, from low, through considerable to high credibility and security of the given login tool.
As of 1 July 2016, a substantial part of Regulation No. 910/2014 on electronic identification and trust-building services for electronic transactions in the internal market (so-called eIDAS) has been introduced. There are Commission Implementing Regulations (EU) 2015/1501 and 2015/1502 for the Regulation, both of 8 September 2015.
The Czech Act No. 297/2016 Coll., on trust-building services for electronic transactions ("ZSVDET") therefore completely repeals the Act on Electronic Signatures and supplements the Regulation, especially on national rules for providing documents with electronic signatures, seals and time stamps. In addition to ZSVDET, Act No. 298/2016 Coll., the Act on Services Creating Trust for Electronic Transactions was also promulgated and entered into force.
Which laws are affected by eIDAS?
In fact, this includes all laws that use an electronic signature. We can therefore list the Accounting Act, the Conflict of Interest Act, the Administrative and Tax Code, the Public Procurement Act, the Value Added Tax Act, the Electronic Communications Act, the Public Administration Information Systems (ISVS) Act, the Classified Information Protection Act and the safety competencies, the Act on Auditors, the Act on Health Services, the Act on Waste, the Act on Packaging, the Act on Firearms and Ammunition, the Act on Environmental Impact Assessment, the Labor Code, the Act on Sickness Insurance and the Act on Accident Insurance for Employees, law on archiving and file service. the Criminal Register Act, the Identity Cards Act, the Travel Documents Act and the Population Registration Act.
Does eIDAS already have legislative validity?
As eIDAS is a regulation, not a directive, it has been in force since its entry, i.e. from 1st July 2016. Its application is superior to national laws and regulations.
What are the sanctions in case of non-compliance with eIDAS regulation?
For unqualified providers, the claimant proves the damage. For qualified providers, the provider proves the damage. The sanction here is CZK 500 000 to 2 million according to the administrative offense.
For all, including unqualified providers, a relatively general obligation to take appropriate technical and organizational measures to manage security risks is introduced under the penalty of up to CZK 2 million.
For breach of the notification obligation to notify the supervisory authority within 24 hours of any breach of security or loss of integrity, a fine of up to CZK 1 million may be imposed.
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