Home News MoU Between NCC And CAN Federation News MoU Between NCC And CAN Federation By Mina Aryal - June 1, 2017 808 0 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Signing Ceremony of the MoU between CAN Federation and Nepal Certifying Company On 1st June 2017, a Signing Ceremony was held in Khusibu, Kathmandu to discuss the possible ways to promote the usage of Digital Signature Certificate in Nepal. Not only this, a penned signature for Digital Signature Certificate was also performed between CAN Federation and Nepal Certifying Company. The MoU was signed by Biplav Man Singh, Chairman of Nepal Certifying Company (NCC) and Er. Binod Dhakal, President of CAN Federation. By doing so, it has become the Largest ICT organization to lead Nepal in the process of Digital Signature. Digital Signature is like an electronic fingerprint. It uses authenticate digital information like documents, e-mail, etc. to establish assurances like authenticity, integrity, and Non-repudiation. Besides, It provides the highest levels of Security and Universal Acceptance to use a standard, accepted format called PKI (Public Key Infrastructure). Not only this, now, it is globally recognized as a perfect signature to test the truthiness of the certificate for any financial transactions, contract management software, software distribution and many more. Besides, to use this certificate, Biplav Man Singh said that it was like a handwritten signature and unique to each signer. Such as Document signature used a specific protocol called PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) to use a mathematical algorithm for generating two long numbers called public and private keys. When a document was signed by the signer, then the signature was created using the signer’s private key, which is always kept securely by the signer. Furthermore, he told that here the algorithm would act as a cipher, creating data matching the signed document called hash and encrypting that data called digital signature. So it has to be marked with time, and if a material’s changed, then the signature would be invalid. So it is safe to use and most effective as well then the electronic signature. Beside Digital signature is different than the electronic signature. Furthermore, he added that it was very pleasant for him to provide Digital Signature Certificate to CAN Federation for the first time. And this program inspired him to launch such program all over the country to make Digital Nepal. Likewise, Er. Binod Dhakal said that this program was also great for them to use the digital signature on their company. And he gave special thanks to Mr. Biplav Man Singh for giving him a chance to become the Largest ICT organization to be digitally signed. In summary, now the trend on Digital Signature is rapidly increasing and needs as well to provide international authentication to any organization. So use it to get the globally recognized certificate. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News WorldLink Celebrates its 26th Anniversary Today Events Danson Training’s Launch Webinar – A Discussion on the Raging Battle Against AI News Mentors Meet of Industry Association Morang under Startup and Innovation Program News Ncell Brings Ncell Pathshala Learning Platform for Skill-based Course News Namaste Pay Announced Offline Digital Payment System Available Gadgets Pre-booking of Flagship Smartphones Galaxy Z Fold3 5G in Nepal LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.