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  • Blog Posts Feb 21, 2020

    Apple recently announced its upcoming distrust for two year SSL certificates.

    Sectigo understands the benefits of and supports shorter certificate lifetimes. We also know that the currently imposed two-year limitation has already impacted our SSL certificate resellers by causing user friction, reducing Average Sales Prices (ASPs), and negatively affecting overall revenue. This new industry standard will further impact revenue for our partners.

  • Blog Posts Feb 20, 2020

    This week Apple announced at the 49th CA/Browser Forum Face-to-Face that it will limit the term of accepted TLS certificates to 398 days as of September 1, 2020. Certificates issued on or after that date with term beyond 398 days will be distrusted in Apple products.

  • Blog Posts Feb 18, 2020

    We Are Sectigo | Surup Desai

    “My job is to predict the future,” says Sectigo Director of Financial Planning & Analysis Surup Desai. “ Surup describes how he looks after financial, sales, and revenue operations at the company, and—no matter which hat he is wearing—he is always cognizant of how his work fits into Sectigo’s overall vision.

  • Blog Posts Feb 18, 2020

    Root Causes Podcast: Using PKI to Authenticate Phone Callers

    The Root Causes podcast explores the important issues behind today’s world of PKI, online trust, and digital certificates. In this episode our hosts Jason Soroko (CTO of PKI, Sectigo) and Tim Callan (Senior Fellow, Sectigo) discuss an emerging initiative to use PKI to provide authenticated identity for phone callers.

  • Blog Posts Feb 18, 2020

    How to Keep Hackers Away from Tomorrow’s Smart Cities

    Everything in our cities is connected; traffic controls, vehicles, and buildings—to the point that cities are smart enough to adapt to human needs and are engineered to function at the highest possible levels of power efficiency and effectiveness. But with this connectivity come dangerous vulnerabilities.

  • Blog Posts Feb 18, 2020

    We Are Sectigo | Vince Chiu

    No one loves an extraordinary transformation more than Vince Chiu, Sectigo’s Marketing Operations Manager. Vince, a cybersecurity industry expert with considerable experience in the SSL space, joined Sectigo in 2018, timed with the company’s brand transition. From setting and meeting aggressive KPIs to helping with brand strategy, Vince and his team have brought new energy to the marketing department, finding exciting ways to leverage data to build better solutions.

  • Blog Posts Feb 18, 2020

    The ability to cross-sign certificates with the AddTrust Legacy root is due to expire at the end of May 2020. Here's what you need to know.

  • Blog Posts Feb 18, 2020

    Root Causes Podcast: PKI for DevOps Environments

    The Root Causes podcast explores the important issues behind today’s world of PKI, online trust, and digital certificates. In this episode our hosts Jason Soroko (CTO of IoT, Sectigo) and Tim Callan (Senior Fellow, Sectigo) give an overview of how certificates fit into your secure, compliant, future-proof DevOps environment.

  • Blog Posts Feb 17, 2020

    NamesCon Global 2020 & Sectigo

    Sectigo and I are excited to be attending NamesCon Global and sharing some industry-changing product news. We are changing the way our partners and the world should be thinking about SSL - creating differentiation that we can’t wait to share. We'll begin sneak peek conversations in Austin, and invite our partners and prospects to be the first to know the inside scoop.

  • Blog Posts Jan 17, 2020

    This week Microsoft disclosed the existence of a critical vulnerability in how Windows operating systems validate ECC-based x.509 certificates and released patches for affected versions that are supported.

  • Blog Posts Jan 07, 2020

    Some Sectigo Code Signing certificate subscribers have opined recently that our Code Signing authentication now includes additional steps and requirements it did not have in previous years. This observation is accurate. Sectigo of recent has increased its process and requirements for obtaining Code Signing certificates.

  • Blog Posts Dec 27, 2019

    The Root Causes podcast explores the important issues behind today’s world of PKI, online trust, and digital certificates. Early in 2019 the Kremlin announced plans to temporarily disconnect all Russian traffic from the internet as a proof of concept for a potential future cyber war.