For a digital signature to be valid for use under this rule, it must be created by technologies and practices that are accepted for use by the Nebraska Supreme Court and conform to the definitions set forth below:
(A) unique to the person using it;
(B) capable of verification;
(C) under the sole control of the person using it;
(D) linked to data in such a manner that if the data is changed, the digital signature is invalidated; and
(E) conforms to the rules governing use of digital signatures adopted and promulgated by the Nebraska Supreme Court.