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Impact of Electronic Signatures And Time Stamping For The Protection Of Electronic Afreements

Author(s): Tadas Limba, Lina Novickytė
Subject(s): Economy
Published by: Mykolas Romeris University
Keywords: e­contracts; e­documents; information technologies; e­signature; time stamping

Summary/Abstract: Summary. The article e495 valuates the impact of e­signatures and time stamping on electronic contracts and electronic documents for performing e­business opportunities and goals, and analyses e­signature application for business cases. Various electronic services, virtual shopping, electronic cash transactions are becoming increasingly popular as they allow users to quickly perform different actions, operations and functions. It is important not only for convenience, but also to ensure consumer data security and reliability. Security reasons are not enough for security transmitted data, since this method does not allow clarification of information about sender identity. Use of electronic signatures, electronic identities, checgs and ensures a very high level of data security in interchange data processes. E­signature allows e­business companies to transfer the company’s operation business processes and their application to the organization and management in the electronic environment, also automate internal and external compans processes, includinggon­going business processes. The object of paper is .­signature and time stamping application in the theoretical and practical way. The goal of this paper while evaluating and estimating the .­signature and time stamping application, i’s regulation and legal implementation worldwidesand in Lithuania—is to provideluseful recommendations for more efficient impact developing ­commerce and ­business in situations when ­signature and time stamping is used for ensuring electronic contracs security.

  • Issue Year: 2/2012
  • Issue No: 02
  • Page Range: 483-501
  • Page Count: 19
  • Language: Lithuanian