Trusted Service List (TSL) Denmark
According to the Directive 1999/93/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 1999 all members should provide a "Trusted Service List" (TSL). The TSL is a "Trusted List of supervised/accredited Certification Service Providers" and provides a minimum of information on supervised/accredited CSPs issuing Qualified Certificates in accordance with the provisions laid down in the Directive.
This page will be updated soon in accordance with the eIDAS regulation
The present list is the "Trusted List of supervised/accredited Certification Service Providers" providing information about the supervision/accreditation status of certification services from Certification Service Providers (CSPs) who are supervised/accredited by Denmark for compliance with the relevant provisions of Directive 1999/93/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 1999 on a Community framework for electronic signatures.
The Trusted List aims at:
- listing and providing reliable information on the supervision/accreditation status of certification services from Certification Service Providers, who are supervised/accredited by Denmark for compliance with the relevant provisions laid down in Directive 1999/93/EC,
- allowing for a trusted validation of electronic signatures supported by those listed supervised/accredited certification services from the listed CSPs.
The Trusted List of a Member State provides, as a minimum, information on supervised/accredited CSPs issuing Qualified Certificates in accordance with the provisions laid down in Directive 1999/93/EC (Article 3(2) and (3) and Article 7(1)(a)), including, when this is not part of the QCs, information on the QC supporting the electronic signature and whether the signature is or not created by a Secure Signature Creation Device.
The CSPs issuing Qualified Certificates (QCs) listed here are supervised by Denmark and may also be accredited for compliance with the provisions laid down in Directive 1999/93/EC, including compliance with the requirements of Annex I (requirements for QCs), and those of Annex II (requirements for CSPs issuing QCs).
The applicable 'supervision' system (respectively 'voluntary accreditation' system) is defined and must meet the relevant requirements of Directive 1999/93/EC, in particular those laid down in Article 3(3), Article 8(1), Article 11 (respectively, Article 2(13), Article 3(2), Article 7(1)(a), Article 8(1), Article 11).
Additional information on other supervised/accredited CSPs not issuing QCs but providing services related to electronic signatures (e.g. CSP providing Time Stamping Services and issuing Time Stamp Tokens, CSP issuing non- Qualified certificates, etc.) are included in the Trusted List at a national level on a voluntary basis.
In order to promote the spread of digital signatures and to establish a standard in this area, the Ministry of Finance oversees and funds implementation of OCES certificates (Public Certificates for Electronic Services).
OCES certificates are issued either with personal presence when the OCES digital signature is issued or online based on identity documents which require physical presence.
OCES certificates are advanced electronic signatures, but not qualified in the terms of the directive.
With NemID the private key is centrally stored in secure hardware modules so it can be used on any Java capable terminal without installing any software.
At the moment there is only one CSP issuing OCES certificates, Nets.
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