LuxTrust SmartCard

Linked to your LuxTrust digital identity, the LuxTrust SmartCard is a device that helps you prove your identity in the digital world. It is a key component of strong authentication mechanisms, enhancing the level of security for your online activities.

You will use it to authenticate securely on websites and applications; to pay your taxes or fill in administrative forms on governmental websites.

Why would the LuxTrust Smartcard suit you?

The SmartCard is a simple, practical device which secures your sensitive information against unauthorised access.



The Smartcard looks like a credit card or driving license. You can easily carry it around, in your wallet or credit card holder.

Highly secure

Highly secure

The SmartCard contains an embedded micro-processor which securely stores data on the card. It also encrypts and protects the information exchanged with third parties.

High adoption

High adoption

All our partners accept the SmartCard for all their services and procedures.

Authenticate and sign with LUXTRUST SMARTCARD

How does it work?

Whatever you are using your SmartCard for, there are 2 pre-requisites:

  1. Connect your SmartCard to your computer. You either insert it in the dedicated slot or into a SmartCard reader (purchased separately on or or in the approved POST shops). LuxTrust guarantees the compatibility of its products with any of these readers: IdBridge CT30; IdBridge CT40; Ezio Shield Pro. 
  2. Install and keep your Middleware up-to-date. To learn more about this software and why it is required, go here.
Using LuxTrust Smartcard
Use LuxTrust SmartCard to sign documents electronically

Signing documents is part of your daily business activity?

Our platform helps you digitize and manage your document workflows whether they happen between colleagues, business partners, suppliers or customers.

Compatible with multiple eID providers. Delivered on-premises or on cloud. Compliant with eIDAS, PSD2, and GDPR.

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