Scrive offers several ways to authenticate the identity of the person signing the document, and includes all data related to a signatory’s signing process in the evidence package for future reference. In the case of suspected/asserted fraud, all of this can be used to validate a signatory’s identity.
It all depends on the level of security your business needs.
For many types of documents and contracts you may not need any extra security because Scrive can always register the email address, phone number, IP address, and a variety of other technical details about every signatory.
For documents that need a higher level of security, you can choose to add the following authentication options:
During the signing process, you can decide to send a PIN number via SMS (text message), which must be entered to sign the document. This creates two-factor authentication.
Scrive also supports different BankID or eID solutions for stronger authentication of the signatories identity.
You can also request a photo of the party’s ID Card as a mandatory attachment and review it before signing the document yourself.