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Demystifying the legality
of e signatures.
December 8, 2021 | 10am PT / 1pm ET
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Schools and universities have made rapid progress in converting to paperless workflows and e signatures among pandemic pressures. While the efficiencies and cost savings are great, navigating the legality of e-signatures can be challenging.
Join our December 8 webinar (10am PT / 1pm ET) to learn about frameworks you can use to guide secure, compliant e-signature adoption with confidence. We’ll discuss the importance of digital identity and how to confidently address legal, regulatory, and security concerns. Topics include:
• E-signatures legality and understanding when to use different e signature types
• Elements of e-signature trust and strategies for managing risk
• The importance of identity and using strong identity assurance for high value or highly regulated transactions
Hosted by Sara Linderman,
Adobe Sign Product Marketing Manager
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