Digital signatures and seals can save you time and money, but they can be difficult to adopt. Many states have different laws regarding what types of digital signatures are allowable, and some even use different terminology to describe them!
This 1 PDH video course explains everything that you need to know about digital signatures and digital seals, so that you can use them in compliance with your particular state laws.
The course also covers how to obtain a digital certificate and a digital seal, and how to use them within common software packages. This includes how to bundle signed work products together into one file as a package.
This course satisfies one Personal Development Hour (PDH) of Engineering Ethics Continuing Education for the states of Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Best of all, this course comes with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If you're not completely satisfied with the course, simply contact us and we will provide a full refund!
Improve it by listing the steps to take to get into the videos. I had trouble getting into the first video instead of the slides and then couldn't readily find how to get to the quiz.
The examples tied everything together.
I enjoyed the course and think it serves as a very good introduction to this topic. I noticed that the Part #4 video segment included an inadvertent loop (i.e., repetition) of the "Digital Seal Requirements" material near the very beginning of that 20 minute video. Otherwise, the course material was well organized and presented, with valuable suggestions provided throughout.
Thank you for your feedback on the course - we have now corrected the error in the video.
Having knowledge of the hash a file, create a digest process. This explains why it is not possible to have part of a pdf file secured, and then other parts not secured.
... in understanding how digital signatures are applied in a trusted manner. Improvements could be made be being less reliant on Adobe reader. Also, it should be pointed out AATL is NOT required for adobe reader to validate a signature.
Thank you for your review Nathan- we have corrected the wording in the quiz based on your feedback.