Electronic Signature Legally Binding

HelloSign Electronic Signatures Are Legally Binding

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An electronic signature is considered the same as a "wet ink" or handwritten signature in most instances. Electronic signatures have been considered a legally binding way to sign paperwork and documents since 2000 in the US, and the security of eSignatures depends in large part on the provider of your eSignatures. For an electronic signature to be legally binding, it must include a detailed audit trail to show the document hasn't been tampered with.


HelloSign's electronic signatures are legally binding in many countries and comply with the US ESIGN Act, UETA, and the European Union eIDAS. We keep your documents secure in our state-of-the-art ISO 27001 certified and Tier III, SSAE-16 data center.


HelloSign keeps your legally binding documents secure with:

  • SSL hosting
  • Encryption at rest
  • two-factor authentication
  • audit trails

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