Page tree
Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

Nexus GO Signing is a set of cloud services that makes it easy, fast and cost-effective to enable your users to make secure electronic signatures.

How does it work

The signing functionality is based on Nexus' central signing service. One or more signatories can sign PDF documents or other formats, for example XML. Identities for signing can be issued in the Nexus signing portal, or handled by an external identity provider (IdP). 

The service creates Advanced Electronic Signatures (AES) and is compliant with eIDAS and ETSI requirements. Documents are signed with one-time key pairs handled in an HSM (Hardware Security Module), and the identity of the signatory is built into the document with a certificate from the service's CA.

Nexus signing services

Nexus GO PDF Signing

With Nexus' signing portal Nexus GO PDF Signing, you can start signing PDF documents from day one. The signing service can also be integrated in your existing infrastructure via API. It is possible to use existing digital identities for signing by connecting external IdPs.

Nexus GO Federated Signing

Nexus GO Federated Signing is a flexible model for implementing highly secure signing of documents of various formats, such as PDF or XML, in your IT system with IdPs and identities of your choice. 

Recently updated