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DigiCert Security Summit

The DigiCert Security Summit was virtual this year on April 27.

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August 10 at 1200 PM Eastern Time

“Protecting the IoT Device Lifecycle Webinar"

Over the last three years, IoT adoption has skyrocketed as businesses continue to fully embrace the benefits of connected technology. People have transitioned to working from home or in hybrid work environments, patients are meeting with doctors remotely, BYOD is now here to stay.  But this surge in connected devices - which was greatly accelerated by the global pandemic - also has unleashed a host of new attack surfaces that have increased the complexity of protecting the enterprise and critical infrastructure from cyberattack. Join us for this webinar as we share lessons learned from securing three billion globally connected devices.  Click here to learn more and register for this upcoming webinar: 

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Protecting the IoT Device Lifecycle.




September 14 at 12:00 PM Eastern Time

"Closing the Trust Gap for DevSecOps"

Without the right tools and implementation of best practices for digital signing, your code and apps are vulnerable to attack. Key theft, misused keys, server breaches, and insecure processes can permit code with malware to be signed and distributed as trusted software. Deploying a comprehensive, automated PKI-based digital certificate management solution delivers the tools needed to analyze and verify the integrity of all code along your software supply chain. The benefits are immediate: Any code that comes from an untrusted source or has not been properly digitally signed is automatically excluded from operating within your environment. Join us for this webinar to learn how to integrate security into every phase of the software development process.

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Closing the Trust Gap for DevSecOps. 


October 12 at 1200 PM Eastern Time

“Windows Hello for Business & DigiCert PKI: Establishing a zero-trust identity perimeter"

More and more organizations will be implementing zero-trust security frameworks in the next 12-18 months, and most will stumble because their PKI infrastructure doesn't provide the flexibility or automation granularity needed to support the zero-trust concepts they want to implement.

The foundation of zero-trust security is the authentication of every device across the organization. Device identity is the core of established trusted connections. You must maintain the integrity of data coming to and from users and devices through automated tools that can assign and revoke certificates in a reliable, scalable, and agile manner.  Join us for this webinar to learn how a comprehensive PKI management platform integrated with Windows Hello for Business can help you achieve success for your zero-trust security initiatives. Click below to learn more and register for this upcoming webinar:

Windows Hello for Business & DigiCert PKI: Establishing a zero-trust identity perimeter.



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DigiCert® Labs: What’s Coming Next in TLS Discovery and Automation


Freeware CAs Aren't Free – Common Challenges and Misconceptions


CertCentral® Automation Tools– Part 1: Agent-based Automation


Taming identity, device and certificate sprawl


How to Solve the PKI Challenges of Cloud Adoption Webinar