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.
Multi-Domain Certificates, also called SAN certificates, offer boundless flexibility and complete control over the Subject Alternative Name field. And now, any DigiCert certificate can be configured to allow multi-domain. These certificates are ideal for securing many names across different domains and subdomains (e.g., Exchange/OCS environments). You also have the option to add, change, and delete any of the SANs on the fly to reflect the evolving needs of your network. Here’s how it works:
With any DigiCert certificate, you could secure the following domains:
The Subject Alternative Name field lets you specify additional host names (sites, IP addresses, common names, etc.) to be protected by a single TLS/SSL certificate, such as a Multi-Domain (SAN) or Extended Validation Multi-Domain Certificate.
DigiCert offers greater flexibility with every TLS/SSL certificate, including
multi-domain and wildcard options for nearly every certificate.
Get started with a secure foundation. All the certificates you need, backed by the industry's highest-rated support.
When security is your priority, this industry-favorite certificate now has all the trusted benefits of DigiCert Basic plus:
Zero compromise certificates that offer complete, pro-grade security beyond encryption. It's Secure Site plus a lot more:
Announcing DigiCert® CertCentral Europe, our globally popular certificate lifecycle manager is now able to provide European customers with data sovereignty and data residency for TLS certificates and critical validation information.