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A TrustCenter is supposed to represent a trustworthy third party ( Trusted Third Party ) which certifies the respective identity of the communication partner in electronic communication processes. For example, certification service providers (Certification Authority) assume the role of a trust center in electronic communication in connection with electronic signatures , which issues certificates based on which the identity of the communication partner is to be certified.

Individual evidence

  1. See Federal Office for Information Security: and Austrian Information Security Manual, Version 2.3 from April 2007, page 279 archive link ( Memento from August 24, 2009 in the Internet Archive )