PAX-it’s ES Module Digital Signatures
(ER/ES--Electronic Records/Electronic Signatures) are
used to stamp an image or other file as “authentic” or “valid”.
Assets with digital signatures are locked down so that
further changes are not allowed. PAX-it’s electronic
signatures go far beyond just making an asset “read
only”. Some of the features include:
checksums are created and archived for each asset.
• All saved images are issued unique electronic signatures
at the time of their initial placement into the PAX-it
• Electronic signatures may be applied to associated
non-image files at any point (documents, reports, and
other file types)
• Digital signatures are tied to specific
users as part of the logging & audit trail process.
• Digital signatures utilize an industry standard
security algorithm to produce more than a simple checksum,
for more comprehensive management of electronic signatures
and the authentication process.
• Digital signatures can be checked to verify if images
or data have been altered outside of PAX-it.
• Conforms to 21
CFR Part 11 specifications for electronic