MediaCert TSP

As part of its activities, Worldline has set up a Trusted Service Provider called "MediaCert" to provide a set of trusted services. These trust services are subject to Regulation No 910/2017 of the European Parliament and the European Council on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market.

Addressing all sectors of the economy, companies and administrations, the MediaCert TSP fits into the global offer of Customer Relationship Management of Worldline and allows the offer of a control and a cost cutting of functioning of business process.

As an experienced service provider, the MediaCert TSP and Worldline accompany you and advise you in all stages of your project to bring you the optimal service.

Among the trust services provided appear:
  • the issuance of electronic signature and electronic seal certificates ;
  • the electronic timestamp which targets the qualification.

To govern all these trust services in a structured and coherent way, the MediaCert TSP set up a General Policy (v1.3) which is common to them. This document presents the general requirements to which the MediaCert TSP is subject, the organization established to ensure the supply of the services and the general security measures applied.

Certification Service

The MediaCert TSP, established by Worldline, has set up two unqualified "online" certification authorities:

  • Certification Authority called « OTU LCP CA » ;
  • Certification Authority called « OTU CA ».

The aim of both certification authorities is to govern the whole life cycle (creation, use) of the one time usage signature certificates implemented in the context of OTU online subscription. Besides, the OTU CA has been set up in order to also govern the whole lige cycle of electronic seal certificates used to seal electronic data in order to guarantee their origin and integrity.

Timestamp Service

The MediaCert TSP has set up a timestamp service that can be used in two different ways:
  • either directly as a service in its own right;
  • or indirectely through the aforementioned certification service.

In both cases, the service will allow to emit qualified timestamp considered within the meaning of the European regulation " eIDAS " n°910 / 2017, the qualification process is being implemented. In this context, two Certification Authorities so-called "off line", have been set up: a Root Certification Authority and a Timestamp Certification Authority.

Previous versions of the General Policy:
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Moreover, only the French version of the contractual documents is enforceable against the parties, even in the presence of translations. Indeed, translations of express agreements are provided for mere convenience and cannot have any legal effect, in particular on the interpretation of the Subscription Contract or the common intention of the parties.

Contact Point

The contact for any remark, request for additional information, complaint or delivery of the litigation file concerning the MediaCert TSP documentation is :

Comité MediaCert
23 rue de la Pointe
Zone Industrielle A
59113 SECLIN