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PSD2: Digital certificates for strong authentication and encryption

Every business planning to become a Third Party Provider (TPP) or Payment Service Provider (PSP) according to the new PSD2 Payment Services Directive is required to use digital certificates created specifically for PSD2 to safeguard information security. 

Buypass CA issues certificates as specified in the "PSD2 Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) for strong customer authentication and common and secure open standards of communication". The RTS requires use of Qualified Certificate for Electronic Seal (QC eSeal) and Qualified Website Authentication Certificate (QWAC) issued according to the ETSI TS 119 495 standard.

Order Qualified eIDAS certificates for PSD2

  • Test Certificates - PSD2 QC eSeal + QWAC

    Test Certificates - PSD2 QC eSeal + QWAC

    € 1250,- ex. VAT. Valid 2 years.

    Available now! Order bundle with test certificate for Qualified Certificate for eSeal and Qualified Website Authentication Certificate.

    Open application form

  • QC eSeal for PSD2

    QC eSeal for PSD2

    € 2250,- ex. VAT.  Valid 2 years.

    QC eSEAL for PSD2 environment for signing messages on behalf of the business. Satisfies eIDAS-requirements. Order now. Issued from June 3rd.

    Delivered as soft token, with no need for HSM/Smart Card.

    Open application form

    Download Subscriber Agreement

  • SSL QWAC for PSD2

    SSL QWAC for PSD2

    € 2650,- ex. VAT.  Valid 2 years.

    Qualified Website Authentication Certificate. SSL/TLS certificates regulated by eIDAS. Order now. Issued from June 3rd.

    Delivered as soft token, with no need for HSM/Smart Card.

    Open application form

    Download Subscriber Agreement

Ordering and issuing process

  1. Select the type of certificate you want to order, and fill out the application (PDF).
    For test certificates, there is one common form for QC eSeal and QWAC. For ordinary certificates, there is one form per certificate.
     
  2. Signed form must be returned by e-mail to Buypass; support@buypass.no
    Remember to include CSR for certificates that require this. Read more about how to generate CSR.
  3. Buypass must validate the information provided against public registers and your National Competent Authority (NCA) before we can issue the certificate.

Expected delivery
To carry out necessary and required validations and checks, exptected time for issuans are 5-10 business days.

Countries we issue to

We are ready to issues PSD2 certifiates to the following countries in Europe. If you operate from a country not listed, please send us a request. We work continuously to include new countries.

  • United Kingdom

  • Norway

  • Sweden

  • Denmark

  • Finland

  • Iceland

  • Lativa

  • Litauen

  • Estland

Approved Qualified Trusted Service Provider (QTSP)

Buypass is located in Norway. We are approved as an Qualified Trusted Service Provider (QTSP) that issues QC eSeal and QWAC under the EU Trusted List.

Buypass is an active participant in Open Banking Europe (OBE) PSD2 QTSP Engagement Group, and listed as the only Nordic supplier of PSD2 certificates. The OBE group focus on realization and implementation of the requirements of the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) when using QC eSeal and QWAC. Participants from OBE and suppliers of qualified trust services, like Buypass are represented in this group.

We also have a close cooperation with other providers and stakeholders in this value chain (e.g. local Financial Supervisory Authority).

 

Other PSD2 and eIDAS resources

Nordic supplier of PSD2 certificates

Open Banking Europe list Buypass as the only supplier of PSD2 certificates located in the Nordic region. We are now in a position to contribute important security features to the FinTech services of the future. Read more

PSD2-illustrasjon

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