GlobalSign's PersonalSign Digital Certificates allow you to digitally sign Microsoft Office documents. A digital signature is the virtual equivalent of a wet ink signature, carrying the signer's identity and assuring the reader of the document's integrity.
Placing a digital signature on a document proves the information originated with the signer and has not been altered, allowing secure electronic document workflows to replace tedious, paper-based processes.
Add visible and non-visible signatures to Microsoft Word Documents. A signed document carries the signer's identity and alerts the reader if any changes have been made since the document was signed, ensuring document integrity.
Add visible and non-visible signatures to Microsoft Excel Documents. A signed spreadsheet carries the signer's identity and alerts the reader if any changes have been made since the document was signed, ensuring document integrity.
Digitally sign and encrypt Outlook emails. Microsoft Outlook supports the S/MIME (Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) protocol, allowing for secure email communication.
Digitally signing macros or VBA proves authorship, protects code from tampering post-publication, and removes security warnings encountered upon download.
Implementing secure Microsoft Office document signing across an organisation is easy with EnterprisePKI (ePKI) for managing multiple PersonalSign Certificates for document signing. ePKI offers significant cost savings over purchasing individual PersonalSign Certificates, along with simplified deployment options and robust reporting features. All organisation information and certificate history is stored within one centralised account so administrators can issue, renew, resissue, and revoke PersonalSign Certificates on demand.