How DigiCert and its partners are putting trust to work to solve real problems today.
While the world is pushed—or forced—toward digitizing all business processes, workflows and functions, the lessons from the early days of the Internet can be a predictor of success. Learn how Digital Trust can make or break your strategy and how the wrong solution may be setting your organization up for failure in less than three years.
Secure IoT application development, at a global scale, without constant reengineering. The DigiCert + Mocana platform accelerates development and decreases time to market with a rich set of libraries and abstraction layers that enable portability across heterogeneous platforms.
Abstract and accelerate deployment of business applications and field proven design templates by device class for end-to-end interoperability, OS- and processor-agnostic development and seamless integration with your existing ecosystem.
Support memory needs from robust computations to lightweight crypto, with a data footprint that adapts to accommodate everything from high-capacity gateways to resource-constrained sensors.
Export your preferred language—including C, C++, C#, Java, Python and more—as source code, and dramatically simplify open source migration with connectors for API equivalency.
A simple set of APIs make it possible to integrate with any secure element, ensure data privacy and protection, and comply with import/export controls without extensive reengineering for each application.
Support business application development on headless devices by automating key generation, protection, rotation and lifecycle management, with or without secure elements as a local root-of-trust.
Automatically integrate with a variety of secure elements to provide a root of trust for device authentication, network traffic encryption, and incorporation of Enterprise and commercial certificate authorities.
Reduce lifecycle maintenance costs with a value-added chain for tamper resistance and open new revenue streams with a ubiquitous utility model for subscription-based services.