TLS/SSL Certificate Management

In 2018, Google, Safari, Firefox and Mozilla changed the world for digital enterprise by mandating universal encryption. HTTPS encryption everywhere is the new standard that every enterprise must meet. If you don’t maintain current TLS (formerly SSL) certificates across your entire digital footprint, including domains, subdomains, and domain redirects, then your business is at risk. Few organizations meet the new standard because managing and administering TLS certificates isn’t easy.

Our Solution

HTTP ENCRYPTION EVERYWHERE compliance demands a systems-based approach

The challenge organizations face to implement HTTPS everywhere is the increased administrative burden and cost of managing TLS certs on every domain, subdomain and redirect domain. The smart solution is to put certs, domains and DNS control under a single, integrated easy-to-manage system.

Benefits

Improve DNS and TLS security while reducing your administrative costs

One-button click to add cert to domain
Automated cert renewal
Certs, domains, DNS integrated under one system
Secure, low-cost encrypted redirect service
TLS/SSL Certificate Management Case study

The Bank’s digital marketing executives wanted to benchmark their domain name strategy against their competitors and assess business application use cases for the new Brand TLDs. Out of this exercise they also wanted to establish internal best practices for their current domain usage policies and procedures.

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Resources

Platform
Gain complete control of your Domain Assets and DNS
If you manage your domains with spreadsheet lists, email ticketing, forms, and multiple vendor portals, it’s time to rethink and retool!
Whitepaper
9 TLS and DNS Risks to Enterprise Security and Compliance
This whitepaper identifies 9 issues with DNS and TLS that organizations need to understand and address to ensure data is secure and customers are protected.
Whitepaper
SSL Cert Imperative
HTTPS EVERYWHERE is essential to ensure secure communications. The problem is, organizations present content that is not HTTPS encrypted end-to-end, despite appearing to be. This paper discusses what you need to know to protect your customers and brand.

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