Forensic Notes proudly uses DigiStamp as our
trusted & independent Timestamping Authority (TSA)
DigitStamp generates RFC 3161 Timestamps which are
trusted by global banks and governments throughout North America
The RFC 3161 Protocol states that a trusted timestamp is a timestamp that should be issued by a Trusted Third Party (TTP) acting as a Timestamping Authority (TSA). The Timestamp proves that data (files, text, etc.) existed before a particular time.
Forensic Notes proudly uses DigiStamp as its Trusted Third Party Timestamping Authority (TSA).
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DigiStamp uses Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) which are FIPS 140 Level 3+ certified. DigiStamp's data centers are SOC-1 SSAE 16 certified.
DigiStamps server locations are physically protected from unauthorized access.
The IBM Timestamp Servers have been specifically designed to detect any attempts to tamper with the equipment. If tampering is detected, the servers automatically stop issuing further timestamp certificates.
DigiStamp Timestamp Servers have been in existence since its inception with nearly 100% uptime while issuing millions of Digital Timestamp Certificates.
Redundant, geographically separated servers are used to ensure high availability of DigiStamp Timestamping Service. In the event of a server being temporarily unavailable, Forensic Notes will automatically failover to another server.
DigiStamp Timestamp Servers use an internal clock which cannot be adjusted more than 50 seconds in any twenty-four hour period in order to achieve +/-
What this means for you, as a client of Forensic Notes, is a
1) Timestamping is often written as Time Stamping
2) Timestamp is often written as Time Stamp
For consistency, Forensic Notes will attempt to always use Timestamp and Timestamping instead of Time Stamp and Time Stamping.
A “Forensic Note” includes the following:
A “Forensic Notebook” includes:
A TSA provides proof that the information you entered existed at a particular point in time and that the information has not changed since it was timestamped by the TSA.
Forensic Notes uses a trusted and independant TSA that is trusted by global banks and governments. More Information