The Adoption and Regulation of Digital Signature in Indonesia
The digital signature startup is currently run under a regulation issued by the Ministry of Communication and Information, OJK, and BI
Digital signatures have started to get more popular amid the rapid increase of digital services, especially in the financial sector, such as in banking applications or fintech. Using this opportunity, startups engaged in providing digital signature platforms are starting to maximize their presence.
According to the Electronic Certification Center (BSrE), part of the National Cyber and Crypto Agency (BSSN), a digital signature is an electronic signature used to prove the authenticity of the sender's identity of a message or document. In addition, a digital signature is an electronic signature that has been certified. The main purpose of the digital signature is to rapidly secure documents or documents from unauthorized/authorized parties, including protecting sensitive data and powering trust.
Meanwhile, according to Law no. 11 of 2008 concerning Electronic Information and Transactions, an electronic signature is a signature consisting of electronic information that is embedded, associated, or related to other electronic information that is used as a verification and authentication tool.
Already have an account? Login
Not ready to subscribe yet? Purchase and access this article
Subscribe to keep reading and get unlimited premium article access with all subscription benefit
Subscribe and get:
- Access to premium article
- Download paid research
- Premium newsletter
- Ads free
Choose your subscription period:
Rp 150,000 /month
Pay for a month
- Rp 450,000
Rp 350,000 /quarter
Pay for 3 months
- Rp 1,800,000
Rp 1,033,000 /year
Pay for a year