In order to start providing the service and guarantee access to the idCAT operator plan ( https://scd.idcat.cat/login ), the staff who will act as operator must have the following items:
- Personal computer with current technical features and operating in a secure network environment and with the necessary tools to guarantee correct operation, especially with an installed and updated anti-virus software.
- A cryptographic card reader (and corresponding drivers installed).
- Software for the use of the operator's digital certificate.
- AOC Consortium public keys installed (install them by clicking here)
- Operating system Microsoft Windows 10 or higher.
- Google Chrome and Edge browser with minimum TLS 1.2 support.
- Photocopier, in the event that the citizen does not accept or cannot consult the DGP.
- Laser printer, to be able to print the different sheets generated in the operations.
- Proof stamp (for special cases).
- Cabinet and/or file cabinet with lock to securely store documentation and files associated with the management of idCAT certificates. In the case of having an electronic file it will not be necessary.
For its part, the AOC will provide the following:
- Digital certificates of cryptographic card operators by the operators assigned by the entity
Training for ER operators idCAT
Consult the program, registration and dates
ER maintenance requirements idCAT
- Satisfactorily pass follow-up audits
- Increase the uses with idCAT certificate available on the website of the agency
- Increase the issuance of the idCAT compared to the previous year or maintain it
- Collaborate in the promotion of communication campaigns developed by idCAT from the website www.idcat.cat
Cost of setting up and maintaining a Registration Entity idCAT
The prices for setting up and maintaining a Registration Entity idCAT can be found in the document "Public prices for the Digital Certification Service", which you will find here .
Publication in the Registry Entities Finder idCAT
All Registration Entities will appear in the AOC Consortium Finder: