Digital signatures versus e-signatures in our ever-connected era



For those who are unfamiliar, a digital signature is electronic data, which gets embedded into a document to verify the identity of an individual, and helps in avoiding any tampering activity after the document has been signed. This type of signature complies with national security regulations and hence is acceptable by many organizations across the world.
An e-signature, on the contrary, is essentially a digital version of a physical signature that is more user-friendly and allows a person to sign with a pen or by using their fingers. However, e-signatures are not as severely regulated as digital signatures.

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