Implementing digital signatures is a mandatory requirement

DAY 24/10, MR. NGUYEN MANH TUNG, DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURAL STATISTICS, GENERAL DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS FOR KNOWLEDGE, FROM 1 NOVEMBER 11, THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SIGNATURE IS A REQUIRED REQUIREMENT FOR Enterprises do electronic customs procedures.

Mr. Nguyen Manh Tung – Director General of Customs Information and Statistics Department, General Department of Customs (right) at the press conference.

Accordingly, this digital signature must be registered with the customs office and be provided by one of the suppliers licensed by the MIC: FPT, Bkav, VNPT-CA, Nacencom, CK-CA, Safe-CA, Viettel-CA, SmartSign.

According to customs statistics, out of more than 40,000 enterprises doing e-customs procedures, only 3,000 enterprises registered their digital signatures with the customs office. This is a modest amount compared to the requirements set out.

In order to create favorable conditions for enterprises to ensure the management work, the customs sector has urged enterprises to register their digital signatures with the customs authorities. In the immediate future, the customs sector still handles procedures for enterprises that have not signed digital signatures manually (registered under account and password). But as of 1/4/2014, when the Customs Department officially launches the VNACCS / VCIS system, any enterprises that do not have a digital signature will be handled according to the law.

Digital signature is known as an authentication technology, ensuring security and security for transactions on the internet. Digital signatures help ensure data integrity and is a proof of non-denial of the content, which helps businesses, organizations and individuals secure their e-transactions.