Ensuring trust in the Internet
JCAN Certificate for the exchange of electronic contracts and preventing e-mail spoofing
Identification and authenticity are vital for digital contracts between companies.
It is the responsibility of the sender to take appropriate measures to prevent e-mail spoofing in communications over the Internet.
To facilitate this, JIPDEC has developed an easy to use electronic certificate named the “JCAN Certificate” specifically focused towards the exchange of digital contracts.
The“Spam-Free Mark” verifies authenticated e-mails
JIPDEC also promotes the “Spam-Free Mark.” The " Spam-Free Mark" framework shows that the sender of an e-mail is authenticated by DKIM (Domainkeys Identified Mail) and ROBINS – The Cyber Business Register.
Framework for evaluating and providing information for trusted services
Implementing information technology solutions and platforms can be complex and costly for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Cloud computing technology is reducing the cost burden and complexity for SMEs, and the adoption of cloud computing services is rapidly increasing.
Information concerning the trust of cloud computing services will help users to more easily find adequate, appropriate, and reliable offerings.
JIPDEC has made a framework for the evaluation of cloud computing services and offers information to users concerning the trust of those services.