Electronic signature has become a vital tool for individuals and businesses. The legal acceptance of e-signature and the accessibility of convenient and affordable software make it easy to get agreements signed from anywhere.
But there’s a catch: if you get into a dispute over an agreement, you still have to prove that the document and the signature are authentic. That’s not as straightforward as it seems—too often the party seeking to enforce such an agreement realizes that the solution they used (like an image of a signature, or scribble) provides signing functionality, but lacks sufficient signer authentication.
DocuSign has spent nearly two decades developing the leading eSignature solution, which follows the most stringent security and authentication standards. In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- A legal analysis around the risk of unenforceable, electronically signed agreements
- How DocuSign eSignature provides the right levels of evidentiary proof so customers’ agreements are legally enforceable
- A demo of DocuSign eSignature’s strong authentication, robust workflows, PKI encryption, restricted access capabilities and a comprehensive audit trail
- How digital signatures such as Advanced Electronic Signature and Qualified Electronic Signature meet the needs for global or cross-border use cases
Nury Siekkinen - ZwillGen PLLC
Dominique Kennelly - DocuSign
Jennifer Schwartz - DocuSign