Permanent digital signature regulations require the Secretary of State to maintain a list of certificate authorities authorized to issue certificates for digitally signed communications with public entities in California. Effective 4/22/2020, this requirement is not in effect due to emergency regulations. These emergency regulations remain in effect through 10/20/2020, or until that date is extended or the emergency regulations are made permanent by regulatory action. See emergency regulations. To avoid confusion while the emergency regulations in effect, the Secretary of State has removed this list from our website.”