Comodo CA Is now Sectigo

Comodo CA, one of the world's largest certificate authorities, announced rebranding on November 1, 2018. The new name is Sectigo. The rebranding is timed to coincide with the anniversary of the acquisition by Francisco Partners and associated with limiting market confusion and expanding the field of activity not only by issuing TLS / SSL certificates, but also by the fact that the company claims to provide comprehensive protection for any type of information.

“This is an exhilarating time for our company,” said Bill Holtz, CEO, Sectigo. “By rebranding as Sectigo, we are emphasizing our expansion beyond SSL to IoT and web security and announcing our commitment to making the internet more secure, as well as safe – for businesses and consumers alike.We’re focused on delivering solutions that rethink norms and advance the industry as a whole, and plan to become the world’s most trusted, innovative, and customer-centric partner for securing every website, transaction, communication, and connected device.”

At the moment, Sectigo has launched projects:

  • IoT Manager 6.0 - IoT device security platform;
  • TLS / SSL certificate management system with advanced functionality;
  • CodeGuard, Inc - Acquired CodeGuard, a global leader in website maintenance, backup, and disaster recovery. ;
  • Standards Leadership - Established global industry memberships to advance industry standards from WiMAX Forum, GSMA, Zigbee, OCF.

If you are purchased Comodo CA certificates, you don't have to worry. All certificates will continue to operate, and you will receive contact details of personal managers after rebranding, but emails will be redirected from comodo to Sectigo. Domains and will continue to operate until the end of the rebranding. Starting from January 14, 2019, new TLS / SSL certificates will be issued under the Sectigo brand, as the beginning of one of a rebranding stages. The main differences and changes can be found on the official website.

Read more about Comodo rebranding on the Sectigo official website.

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