electronic signature

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electronic signature

A method of sending identity verification over the Internet,usually through the use of a personal identification number (PIN).

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The combination of the DocuSign's e-signing process employing authentication and biometrics from Authentify was introduced June 30, 2010, the tenth anniversary of the signing of the ESIGN Act.
He worked directly with President Bill Clinton to apply a digital signature to the eSign act (Senate Bill 761).
2010 marked the ten year anniversary of the ESIGN Act, and Ken Moyle and DocuSign have taken a leadership role in effecting policy changes at various governmental agencies.
With the change of the rules, VoiceLog created a process designed to meet the requirements of the Federal Reserve, the Esign Act and NACHA rules to create a process that allows a customer to sign a written agreement using only the telephone.
Market Leader and Founding Member of ESRA Recognizes 10th Anniversary of ESIGN Act and Its Impact on Global Electronic Commerce
By incorporating Awanim technology into our solutions, NETdelivery enables its customers to take advantage of the ESIGN Act (2000), which makes electronic or digital 'signatures' legally valid and enforceable.