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04.05.2018: Extension of the consortium and management team at SwissSign Group AG
05.03.2018: SwissSign Group Ltd. founded as driving force behind SwissID
21.11.2017: Media Event «Digital Identity Switzerland»
16.05.2017: SwissID: standardised digital identity enters the market
13.12.2016: SwissSign certificates recognized across the EU
17.11.2016: Secure Donations with SwissSign
04.08.2015: Opening of bank accounts online – with SuisseID
27.05.2015: SwissSign becomes EBCA's technology partner
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Secure e-business processes rely on trusted identities from SwissSign Group Ltd. As a trust service provider (TSP) in Switzerland, SwissSign accompanies people and companies along the way to a successful digital future. SwissSign is the provider of SwissID and part of a joint venture of state-affiliated businesses, financial institutions, insurance and health insurance companies (SBB, Swiss Post, Swisscom, Credit Suisse, Entris Banking, Raiffeisen, Six Group, UBS, Zürcher Kantonalbank, Axa, Baloise, CSS, Helvetia, Mobiliar, SWICA, Swiss Life, Vaudoise and Zurich).
SwissSign Group Ltd. has two cornerstones: identity services under the brand SwissID and certificate services. SwissID is the digital identity of Switzerland which enables simple and secure access to the online world. Thanks to electronic certificates, data can be exchanged in encrypted form and therefore protected against unauthorised access. As a Swiss trust service provider (TSP), SwissSign Group Ltd. accompanies people and companies into a successful digital future, and protects data according to the highest security standards while keeping it in Switzerland. Further information is available on www.swisssign.com and www.swissid.ch.