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  1. Benefits of an Email Distribution List

    Listing only one individual as the contact for certificate renewals is a pitfall for many companies. Without taking the proper precautions, this seemingly innocent action can cause a company a lot of unnecessary grief. For example, say a company has “Joe” order a three-year certificate. Joe lists himself as the contact for the certificate renewals,…


  2. Advantages to Using a Centralized Management Platform for SSL Certificates

    SSL security is a critical component to an enterprise’s overall security strategy. With the increasing number of Internet-connected devices, online portals, and services that organizations manage, there are more opportunities for vulnerabilities and a growing number of threats that these systems face. System administrators are responsible for hundreds—if not thousands—of certificates that come with unique…


  3. The Endpoint: A Leading Security Concern

    According to a study conducted at Black Hat USA 2015, security experts are most concerned about the endpoint. Endpoints, they say, are the greatest security risk because they require a uniquely delicate balance of security and productivity. The survey also covered other security concerns and how they affect enterprises. The majority of those surveyed (90%)…


  4. Four Critical Components of Certificate Lifecycle Management

    DigiCert is committed to providing solutions for enterprises that need platforms and tools for effective SSL Certificate management throughout the certificate lifecycle. With our recently announced acquisition of Verizon Enterprise SSL business and Cybertrust Japan, DigiCert certificates are responsible for the security of millions of websites online. More enterprises are choosing DigiCert and taking advantage…


  5. Replace Your Certificates for Internal Names – Part II

    Internal name and reserved IP address certificates will expire by October 31, 2015. If you are reading this blog because you are knee-deep in replacing your publicly trusted internal name certificates, you have come to the right place. If you are just learning about replacing your internal name certificates, see our previous post Replacing Your Internal Name…