Digital certificate's digital certificates empower your online presence with enhanced security and authenticity, providing the utmost trust by adhering to your country's regulations.

What is a digital certificate?

Digital certificates are electronic files that serve as the gatekeepers of identity for both individuals and organizations. They're instrumental in user authentication and data encryption, guaranteeing the security of your data and preventing unauthorized alterations.

Unlocking the benefits of digital certificates

Digital certificates offer security for seamless operations in fully digital environments. With cloud integrations and mobile app compatibility, their usage is now simple and user-friendly

How do digital certificates work?

  • Digital certificates are issued by trusted third parties known as certification authorities (CAs).
  • When you get a digital certificate, the Certification Authority (in this instance, will validate your identity and issue a file containing your public key.
  • Your public key is used for data encryption, while your private key is employed for decryption.

Available Formats

Digital certificates can come in different formats to suit subscriber’s needs. The format of the digital certificate, when used for electronic signatures, determines whether it is considered advanced or qualified.

Advanced electronic signature


Digital certificate that is stored in a computer file with the p12 extension .

Qualified electronic signature


Cloud-stored and managed digital certificate.

Centralised in Wallet Wallet enhances user identification and document signing by utilizing your smartphone.

Smart card security

The digital certificate is stored on a smart card.

Portable USB drive

Your digital certificate information is protected with a PIN and conveniently stored on a USB drive. These drives are portable and user-friendly, ideal for on-the-go authentication and security.

Why are digital certificates vital?

Digital certificates are essential for businesses and individuals requiring secure online transactions. Examples include:

E-commerce: Safeguarding online payments.

Government services: Accessing government websites and signing electronic documents.

Healthcare: Securely storing and transferring patient records.

Businesses: Ensuring secure file exchanges and other corporate applications.

How to get a digital certificate?

Use cases

Financial sector

Online banking
Investment services

Healthcare sector

Electronic health records

Public administration

Tax filing
Government services
Electronic voting