To reach an extra level of security within e-signing you can choose to add Danish MitID (formerly named NemID) as an authentication method. This will upgrade the security level from a Basic Electronic Signature (ES) to an Advanced Electronic Signature (AES). Please view this this article to read more about the different types/levels of electron signatures provided by the eIDAS regulation.
You can select to add Danish MitID as an extra authentication method partly to open the document (before and after it has been signed) and partly to sign it. If you want to have this extra authentication method to open up the document (before or after it has been signed) you need to know and add the recipient's SSN (Social Security Number/Personal number) before sending out the document for signing. If you select Danish MitID as authentication method to sign the document you do not have to add the SSN of the recipient before sending out the document for signing. The SSN will be collected and related/visible to the document when the recipient has used the Danish MitID to sign.
When using Danish MitID as an authentication method to sign the SSN of the recipient will be visible on the verification page along with the entire name, email + exact time when the signing took place. The SSN will also be visible within the attached evidence package. You can choose to use Danish MitID as an authentication method and hide the SSN if that for some reason is required. Please note that hiding SSN will remove it both from the verification page AND from the evidence package, meaning the security level goes from Advanced Electronic Signature to Basic Electronic Signature.
If you lack the option to pick Danish MitID as an authentication method, please reach out to email@example.com for assistance, for more information regarding this, reach out to your customer success contact at Scrive or to firstname.lastname@example.org.