Bundesdruckerei GmbH offers innovative and complete IT security solutions for private companies, governments and public authorities. The company's technologies and services, all "Made in Germany", protect sensitive data, communications and infrastructures. The solutions are rooted in the secure identification of citizens, customers, employees and systems in both the analogue and digital world. Bundesdruckerei offers its customers a one-stop approach that begins with consultancy, includes design and implementation and is completed with operation and service. The company captures, manages and encrypts sensitive data, it produces documents and verification devices, develops software for high-security infrastructures and supplies passport and ID card systems, as well as automated border control solutions.
2016 marks the starting date when Europe's internal market will go digital with 500 million potential customers. eIDAS, the "regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market", provides the foundation for secure and trusted electronic communication between businesses, public authorities and citizens throughout the EU. New products and processes will lead to more efficient business processes, lower costs and greater customer satisfaction. We will tell you all about the changes which eIDAS will bring and how you can benefit from these changes.
Bundesdruckerei's certificate-based security solutions fully comply with the eIDAS regulation. From a qualified website certificate (TLS/TLS-EV) to a qualified seal for legal persons, right through to a qualified remote signature for natural persons – an offer from Bundesdruckerei is all you need to secure your business activities in the European Union.
Phone: +49 30 2598-0
Fax: +49 30 2598-2205
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