SwissSign with new head. On 8 May 2017 SwissSign AG became a joint venture of Swiss Post and SBB, with each holding 50% of the share capital. CEO Markus Naef will lead the company into a new era.
SwissSign with expanded offer. SwissID is the latest generation of digital identity which is offered to companies and authorities right away by SwissSign. With it, in the near future, users will have simple and secure access to many online services (websites and apps). They easily log in, transfer personal data, identify themselves or provide documents with a legally valid signature. They retain full control over the use of their data at all times here.
SwissSign a strong partner. The new ownership structure is changing nothing in the existing offer. SwissSign AG’s current business as a certificate service provider will remain unrestricted and will be supplemented with that from the new digital identity. With the expanded services customers and partners will be able to count even more on having a strong partner with SwissSign. A Partner, who looks forward to accompanying you in a successful digital future.
In accordance with the baseline requirements of the CA/Browser Forum, only SSL certificates with a term of 39 months may be issued as of 1 April. SwissSign therefore removes its five-year SSL certificates from its portfolio.
SwissSign launches its SwissSign Signing Service.
With the total revision of the Anti-Money Laundering Ordinance, the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) creates the legal basis for the digitalisation of customer acquisition – a milestone for the Swiss financial centre. Thanks to the Yellow Identification and SuisseID services, it will in future be possible to open bank accounts online. Both Swiss Post solutions fulfil the requirements of the new Anti-Money Laundering Ordinance.
SwissSign launches its new solution-oriented and responsive website.
SSL Multi-Domain with a main entry (FQDN) and now up to 40 additional FQDN entries in the SAN field.
Domains with and without "www": both domains are now protected with a single certificate with SwissSign.
SwissSign produces the first UCC/SAN and code signing certificates.
The Swiss Federal Administration officially recognises IncaMail, developed by SwissSign, as a secure electronic delivery platform and in doing so allows for encrypted and verifiable e-mail communication with authorities.