firma glifometrica

14:22 Sep 18, 2018
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law: Contract(s)
Italian term or phrase: firma glifometrica
The full term is "Firma Elettronica Avanzata Glifometrica".

Unlike a graphometric signature (or tablet signature) you sign by inserting a code that you receive on your mobile phone.
Richard Boyce
Local time: 21:27


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4 +1glyphometric signature
philgoddard
3advanced digital signature
Daniela Cannarella


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advanced digital signature


Explanation:
You're talking about OTP, probably or something like a personal identification number or PIN code (thus providing two-factor authentication).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_signature




    Reference: http://connective.eu/digital-signatures-re-invented/
    Reference: http://www.maw.it/en/electronic-signature-companies
Daniela Cannarella
Italy
Local time: 21:27
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian

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neutral  philgoddard: No, that's "firma elettronica avanzata" in Richard's LinkedIn reference. This is more specific.
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glyphometric signature


Explanation:
See the discussion box.

This is one-time password technology, but the asker has confirmed that "glifometrica" is a proprietary term, and the company concerned uses "glyphometric" in its English documents. It doesn't get many hits, presumably because the company hasn't translated many of its documents.

"The new LAND product called "Happy Sign Web" uses the Glyphometric Signature (perfectly in line with the existing Italian and European Legislation) and WorkFlow Automation technologies."

Depending on the wider context, the term many need a few words of explanation.



philgoddard
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agree  Peter Cox
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