Udayana University held an Electronic Signature Implementation Socialization activity at SIMDOS, SIMAK, and SIRAISA 2022 which took place online through Cisco webex on Thursday (13/01/2022).
This socialization activity was opened by the Vice Chancellor for General Affairs and Finance Prof. Dr. I Gusti Bagus Wiksuana, S.E., M.S. by presenting three speakers, Head of USDI Dr. Nyoman Putra Sastra, ST., M.T., Komang Oka Saputra, S.T., M.T., Ph.D, and I Made Widiartha, S.Si., M.Kom.
In his speech, the Vice Chancellor for General Affairs and Finance said that the use of electronic signatures would make performance faster, more efficient and effective. Digital signatures will also prevent forgery, because it uses a Quick Response Code (QR-Code). The use of a QR-Code is able to identify and find out whether the signature is genuine or not. If it comes from a photocopy and does not come from the selected system, the name and Employment Identification Number (NIK) will not be issued. The original digital signature will be known if it comes from an approved system. In addition, it can save costs and the risk of documents cannot be faked or can be said to be more secure. So that the Chief Officials, Lecturers and Coordinators, no longer need to bother having to sign a document manually, in large quantities.
In addition, the document signing process can be carried out for 24 hours from various places, without having to be in the office all the time. Operation is quite easy because it is connected to a cellphone. At the end of his speech, the Vice Chancellor for General Affairs and Finance Prof. Dr. I Gusti Bagus Wiksuana, S.E., M.S. conveyed that Electronic Signature (TTE) is the most effective and easy method to use as a form of digital transformation in reducing digital manipulation or counterfeiting and electronic transactions.
This socialization activity was attended by Professors, Deans, Study Program Coordinators, Unit Coordinators, Administrative Coordinators, Sub Coordinators and SIMAK and SIRAISA operators.