Certification Policy is a document that defines in particular the method of issuance of a certificate, further administration, use, acceptance, termination, revocation and any other activities related to the management of paired data.
I.CA issues Certification Policies for individual types of offered certificates. Individual I.CA Certification Policies are available below.
Up-to-date certification policies for the issuance of qualified system certificates:
Certification Policy for Qualified Certificates – Version 3.1 (en)
Certification Policy for Qualified System Certificates – Version 3.1 (en)
Up-to-date certification policy for the issuance of commercial certificates:
Certification Policy for Commercial Certificates – Version 3.1 (en)
Up-to-date certification policy for the issuance of qualified timestamps:
Policy for the Issuance of Qualified Timestamps – Version 3.0 (en)
The older certification policies are available upon request at email@example.com.