Frequently asked questions

According to the provisions at Point b, Clause 1, Article 42 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and signature authentication services. digital signature, certificate of eligibility to ensure safety for specialized digital signatures has a term corresponding to the operation registration certificate of the specialized digital signature certification service provider, but not exceeding 05 years. year.

According to the provisions of Clause 3, Article 8 and Article 43 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and authentication services. For digital signatures, conditions for the use of foreign digital certificates to be legally valid in Vietnam include: 1. The digital certificates are still valid. 2. Licensed for use in Vietnam by the Ministry of Information and Communications or accepted in international transactions. The use of foreign digital certificates for servers and software does not require a license.

According to the provisions of Point a, Clause 2, Article 13 and Clause 2, Article 14 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and electronic transactions. digital signature authentication services, enterprises applying for a license to provide public digital signature authentication services must deposit at a commercial bank operating in Vietnam not less than 5 (five) billion dong to solve the problem. settle the risks and possible compensations during the service provision due to the error of the public digital signature certification service provider and pay the cost of receiving and maintaining the database of the enterprise in the event of license revocation. Submitting a guarantee paper instead of the bank's deposit confirmation in the application file for a license to provide public digital signature certification services is invalid and does not meet the licensing requirements as prescribed by law

According to the provisions of Clause 1, Article 18 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and digital signature authentication services. , an organization providing public digital signature certification services has its license revoked when one of the following cases occurs: a) Failure to provide the service within 12 months from the date of issuance of the license without good reason; b) Being dissolved or bankrupt in accordance with relevant laws; c) The license to provide public digital signature authentication services has expired; d) Failing to fully pay the service fee for maintaining the digital certificate status check system for 12 months; e ) Failing to overcome the conditions for temporary suspension specified in Clause 1, Article 17 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP after the suspension period fixed by a state agency; f) The enterprise does not want to continue providing services.

According to the provisions of Article 20 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and digital signature authentication services, Conditions for granting digital certificates to organizations providing public digital signature certification services include: 1. Having a valid license to provide public digital signature certification services issued by the Ministry of Information and Communications. . 2. The actual technical system must comply with the licensing documents. 3. The public key on the digital certificate that will be issued is unique and paired with the private key of the public digital signature certification service provider requesting the digital certificate.

According to the provisions of Article 21 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and digital signature authentication services, documents An application file for a digital certificate of a public digital signature certification service provider includes: 1. An application form for a national digital signature certification service provider to issue a digital certificate, made according to Form No. 04 in the Appendix issued together with Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP. 2. A copy of the license to provide public digital signature authentication services. 3. Other documents as prescribed in the authentication regulations of the National Digital Signature Certification Service Provider

1677 / 5000 Kết quả dịch According to the provisions of Article 22 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and digital signature authentication services, in within 30 working days from the date of receipt of a valid dossier of application for a digital certificate, the national digital signature certification service provider shall verify the dossier: 1. The certificate service provider shall verify the application. The national digital signature enforcer shall verify the following contents: a) Check the actual technical system of the public digital signature certification service provider to ensure that the actual technical system is in accordance with the regulations. license application; b) Witness the creation of the private key pair and the public key pair by the public digital signature certification service provider to ensure that the generated key pair is safe according to regulations. 2. If the conditions for issuance of digital certificates are satisfied, the national digital signature certification service provider shall issue the digital certificate. In case the conditions are not satisfied, the National Digital Signature Certification Service Provider shall issue a written refusal to issue a digital certificate, clearly stating the reason. 3. The issuance of digital certificates by the National Digital Signature Certification Service Provider to public digital signature certification service providers must ensure the continuity of services provided by these organizations. provide public digital signature authentication services to subscribers.

According to the provisions of Clause 17, Article 3 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and digital signature authentication services. , specialized digital signature certification service provider means an organization providing digital signature certification services for agencies, organizations and individuals to use in specialized activities or fields, having the same nature of operation or purpose of work and are linked together through operating charters or legal documents stipulating the common organizational structure or form of association and joint operation. Activities of organizations providing specialized digital signature certification services are not for business purposes.

According to the provisions of Article 37 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and digital signature authentication services, documents An operation registration dossier of an organization providing specialized digital signature certification services of an agency or organization includes: 1. An application form for an operation registration certificate of the certification service provider. specialized digital signatures according to Form No. 06 in the Appendix issued together with Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP. 2. Documents proving satisfaction of the conditions for operation registration specified in Clause 2, Article 36 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP. 3. Documents proving that service users have the same nature of operation or work purposes and are linked together through the operation charter or legal document stipulating the general organizational structure or form of association, joint activities.

According to the provisions of Article 40 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP dated September 27, 2018 of the Government detailing the implementation of the Law on electronic transactions on digital signatures and digital signature authentication services, Conditions for issuance of a certificate of eligibility to ensure the safety of specialized digital signatures include: 1. Having an operation registration certificate of an organization providing specialized digital signature certification services. 2. Satisfy the personnel and technical conditions specified in Clauses 3 and 4, Article 13 of Decree No. 130/2018/ND-CP.