Comodo Secure Email Signing Certificates
Sign and Encrypt Emails & Documents using Comodo Personal Authentication Certificates
Comodo Email Signing Certificates, also known as Comodo Personal Authentication Certificates, secure your emails through Comodo’s unbeatable encryption technology. In today’s flexible working environment, we communicate through email and documents all the time, no matter where or when. But this freedom comes with some risk – there’s a chance our data could be tampered with or intercepted. A Comodo email certificate encrypts email content, ensuring only the intended recipient can read your message. And if you’re looking for more security, our CPAC Pro and Enterprise certificates enable two-factor authentication and document signing.
Sign & Encrypt your Emails with a Comodo Email Certificate
A major part of today's business communication takes place through emails. Often, they consist of sensitive information which is not supposed to be shared with anyone else. That is why email encryption has become an essential part of today's best web security practices.
Signing an email using a Comodo Email Signing Certificate enforces end-to-end encryption between a sender and a receiver. It means that once the information leaves a sender's system, A Comodo Secure email cannot be retrieved or altered by the likes of man-in-the-middle attackers, packet-sniffers, https proxies, or any other type of attacks.
Sign & Secure Documents Digitally
Comodo Document Signing certificates enable individuals and organizations to sign important documents digitally. This way you can make sure that the document doesn't get tampered with on the way and prove your identity to the recipient. These certificates can be used in addition to the signature feature in Microsoft® Office products or as its direct replacement. So, say bye-bye to ink & paper, and days of delivery time; Comodo Document Signing Certificate does it all in seconds.
Nowadays, many organizations support remote access to the servers that consist of confidential corporate data. Using passwords to verify a person using the remote access might have been a good idea ten years back, not anymore. That's because when it comes to protecting high-stake information, passwords are simply not good enough, you need more than that. You need to take a step further to make sure that the person trying to log in is an authorized person, not someone who has stolen username and password.
The Pro and Enterprise Comodo Personal Authentication Certificates, or Email Certificates, eliminate this weak link by verifying a person through passwordless and/or two-factor authentication.
Start securing your emails and documents today with a Comodo Email Certificate (a.k.a. Personal Authentication Certificate.)