DigiCert supports Microsoft’s efforts to enhance code signing requirements. As one of two Certificate Authorities who offer EV Code Signing Certificates, DigiCert strongly believes this change will enhance application security and improve online trust.
It’s not enough to talk about the things that matter to us, we have to make a difference in customer service. This requires being open to change and doing what’s right for customers every time.
Joining the Online Trust Alliance to “enhance online trust and empower users, while promoting innovation and the vitality of the internet”, DigiCert is proud to be an honor roll member setting the standard of Internet Security.
With DigiCert encryption security and authentication, researchers can collaborate on high performance computing systems to improve our way of life.
After the CASC’s previous letter addressing ICANN’s proposal to delegate nearly 2000 new gTLDs for use on the public Internet, ICANN identified and initiated an extensive study on two significant security issues. Based on the conclusions of the studies, ICANN is moving forward quickly with the delegation process, delegating more than 30 in the last two months alone. With ICANN ramping […]
Real customer service isn’t just for large enterprises. Every customer is a VIP, so award-winning 24/7 SSL support is key to the DigiCert Difference.
DigiCert is the first CA to offer Certificate Transparency compatibility, which detects SSL interference by third-parties organizations and rogue nation-states.
We’d like to take a break from the norm here and spotlight one of our esteemed clients. Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, LLC has been using various DigiCert security products including, SSL Plus, Wildcard Plus, EV Multi-Domain, and Unified Communications Certificates since 2011. We asked their Messaging Analyst, David Moore, why Chevron decided to make the switch to DigiCert four years ago. He told us, “We had used another C.A. previously. I […]
The common practice combining public and non-public domains could prove problematic as new extensions are made open for public registration.