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Encryption has never been more important than it is right now. The world has never been more focused on its privacy and good data security is a big part of that. Whether you’re sending an email or visiting a website, you want assurances that any data being accessed, transmitted or shared is done so securely. That means encryption. Comodo CA offers a range of encryption options for every use case so you and your clients never have to worry about your data being compromised.
Having a working TLS certificate installed on your website isn’t just best practice anymore, it’s expected. Companies and organizations need to encrypt their websites by July, lest Google Chrome and the rest of the browsers warn your users that your website is “Not Secure.” Even if you don’t really care about security, having a browser label your site insecure in the address bar is definitely something that will get your attention. Of course, SSL encryption has more benefits than just avoiding browser warnings, too:
Connection security keeps communication between your site and its visitors confidential
Search engines view encrypted websites more favorably than their HTTP competitors
Higher end certificates provide verified information about your organization to visitors
Extended Validation SSL showcases your organization’s name in the address bar
Nobody does SSL like Comodo CA, with a perfect certificate for literally every use case, Comodo has a perfect encryption solution for everyone from the smallest self-run websites to the largest enterprises.
The days of developing a piece of software and just uploading it to the internet are long gone. Nowadays, given growing vigilance of threats on the internet, most people are running a browser filter or an antivirus program that will warn them about unknown downloads. And unless you signed your program, yours is an unknown download. There’s an easy way around this, though. A Comodo Code Signing certificate can verify your identity as a developer and also serves as a digital shrink wrap of sorts, giving a clear indication to users whether the software has been tampered with.
Comodo is also one of the only companies that offers Code Signing certificates for individual developers. So whether or not you’re hacking it on your own or part of a big team, Comodo has a Code Signing solution for you.
What if the same encryption principles that verify developer identity and software integrity could be applied to the emails and documents being sent over the course of your daily business? That was rhetorical, they do. Comodo Personal Authentication Certificates (CPACs) are a fantastic product for any organization, from SMBs to Enterprise. Now any document or email you send can be signed with your own unique digital signature. This will verify your identity to anyone who receives a document or email from you. CPACs also provide instant notice if they document or email has been altered or tampered with. You can even encrypt the contents making them readable by only those that have the corresponding key.
Security doesn’t stop at SSL/TLS. Far from it. And Comodo Group has made its name over the past 20 years by helping companies on all fronts– not just with encryption. And the best news? A lot of these products come bundled with the SSL/TLS certificates. Things like:
cWatch Web is Comodo’s latest, greatest product. It provides complete coverage of your website on all fronts, firewalls, CDNs, SIEMs– everything. And you get a free trial with every certificate. You’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.