The Role of Data Integrity in EU Digital Signature Legislation - Achieving Statutory Trust for Sanitizable Signature Schemes

@inproceedings{Phls2011TheRO,
  title={The Role of Data Integrity in EU Digital Signature Legislation - Achieving Statutory Trust for Sanitizable Signature Schemes},
  author={Henrich Christopher P{\"o}hls and Focke H{\"o}hne},
  booktitle={STM},
  year={2011}
}
We analyse the legal requirements that digital signature schemes have to fulfil to achieve the Statutory Trust granted by the EU electronic signature laws (“legally equivalent to hand-written signatures”). Legally, we found that the possibility to detect subsequent changes is important for the Statutory Trust. However, detectability was neither adequately nor precisely enough defined in the technical and legal definitions of the term “Data Integrity”. The existing definition on integrity lack a… CONTINUE READING

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