ISO/IEC 27001 certification
ISO/IEC 27001 certification is the Information technology - Security techniques - Information security management systems – Requirements
ETSI EN 319 411-2 Electronic Signatures and Infrastructures (ESI) - certification of qualified certificates
The standard ETSI EN 319 411-2 European Institute of Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) includes the Policy and security requirements for Trust Service Providers issuing certificates; Requirements for trust service providers issuing EU qualified certificates
ETSI EN 319 411-1 certification for the issuance of public key certificates DV, OV and Extended Validation
The standard ETSI EN 319 411-1European Institute of Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) includes the operation and management guidelines to be met by certification authorities issuing public key certificates and offer the option of issuing certificates with Extended Validation (EV) for those server certificates whose main characteristic green coloration of the navigation bar of the main browsers.
ETSI EN 319 421 Timestamping Authority
CA / Browser Forum, is a voluntary organization of certification authorities (CAs) and browsers Internet, which has developed a set of guidelines to ensure the safety of web sites protected by secure server certificates (SSL) with a new attribute called extended Validation (EV), including standardized procedures to verify and ensure the identity of the recipient of such certificate.
Extended Validation certificates secure server provides an additional layer of protection to the end user of web security has to be in a safe and reliable website to avoid Internet scams.
The EV SSL certificates ensures both businesses and governments secure access to its website as well as controlling the risk of phishing and other types of Internet fraud.
ETSI is a standardization organization of the telecommunications industry in Europe. Izenpe is "full member" of ETSI since early 2008. Within ETSI Izenpe is in the ESI Working Group, Electronic signatures and infrastructures.
UE Trust Mark, for qualified trust services
Such a trust mark clearly differentiates qualified trust services from other trust services thus contributing to transparency in the market thereby fostering confidence in and convenience of online services which are essential for users to fully benefit and consciously rely on electronic services.