What are Public Key Cryptography Standards? Public Key Cryptography Standards (PKCS) are a set of specifications developed by RSA Security that define various cryptographic standards to ensure interoperability between different systems and applications. PKCS covers a range of topics related to public key cryptography, including key management, digital signatures, and encryption. The PKCS standards are Read More →

EDI training

EDI elements categories: mandatory and optional In the realm of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), documents are exchanged between trading partners to facilitate efficient and standardized communication. Within these documents, there are elements that play a crucial role in conveying information accurately and comprehensively. These elements can be classified into two main categories: mandatory elements and Read More →

EDI training

What is the process of mapping in Electronic Data Interchange? EDI mapping is a fundamental aspect that ensures data is accurately translated from one system to another. EDI mapping is the process of translating data from one format to another to ensure compatibility between different systems. Think of it as a translator that bridges the gap between Read More →

electronic signature

Electronic signature in the context of electronic data interchange An electronic signature in the context of EDI refers to a digital representation of a person’s handwritten signature or a legally recognized symbol or process attached to an electronic document. In EDI, electronic signatures play a crucial role in validating and authenticating electronic transactions, making them Read More →