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Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) is the apex regulatory authority responsible for overseeing the implementation and operation of the public key infrastructure (PKI) ecosystem, particularly concerning digital signatures and digital certificates. The office of the Controller of Certifying Authorities operates under the Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000, and it plays a crucial role in ensuring the security and trustworthiness of electronic transactions.
The journey of the Controller of Certifying Authorities in India reflects the country's commitment to building a robust digital infrastructure and promoting trust and security in electronic transactions. Through its regulatory efforts and initiatives, the CCA plays a crucial role in facilitating the growth of the digital economy and ensuring the integrity of electronic transactions in India.......
Further office of CCA is keen to take new Initiatives and introduced Elliptic curves cryptography based algorithms for issuing DSC along with RSA. Office of CCA has also design and develop eSign authentication technique.
eSign offer similar authenticity and integrity assurances as traditional signatures, making them widely accepted for various legal transactions and documents.
Last but not the least, Office of CCA is pioneering digital growth in various sectors and strengthened the countries’ vision of digital transformation and facilitates ease of doing business.
Shri Arvind Kumar
Controller of Certifying Authorities