Migrating to HTTPS Everywhere
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DigiCert Secure Site SSL
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CertCentral Certificate Management Made Easy
Get an overview of the DigiCert certificate management platform CertCentral. The platform allows you to monitor, inspect, reissue, revoke, renew, and order certificates in one place.
What Is SSL?
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates, sometimes called digital certificates, are used to establish an encrypted connection between a browser or user’s computer and a server or website.
Under Pressure: 5 Corners Most IT Admins Cut (But Shouldn't)
When pressure's on, it's tempting to cut corners. We've rounded up the five most common ways IT admins cut corners under stress, so you don't make the same mistakes.
Migrating to HTTPS Everywhere
This guide gives you an in-depth look at all the benefits—including security, usability, and SEO—of deploying SSL/TLS across your entire website.
Compatibility of DigiCert Trusted Root Certificates
DigiCert's Trusted Root Certificates are compatible with all of the top browsers and platforms. See overall ubiquity percentages for these Roots and minimum versions required for compatibility.
Microsoft Azure Key Vault Integration
Microsoft Azure Key Vault customers can order SSL/TLS certificates directly from their account using the DigiCert REST API.
CertCentral Certificate Lifecycle Management Has Never Been Easier
Leave the spreadsheets behind and use CertCentral to simplify SSL management while staying up-to-date on the status and health of all your certificates. See screenshots of the platform and learn more.
HTTPS-Only Features in Major Browsers
You may not know this little fact: certain browser features require HTTPS to work. Features like getting a user’s location, accessing their microphone, or storing data locally on their device, all...
Introducing the Standard User Role in CertCentral
The new User role gives you a better way to manage your team’s access to the correct certificates.
Myth: TLS Is Too Heavy for Low-Powered Devices
PKI helps to debunk the myth that security measures like TLS would have no use on small IoT devices.
In Good Company: Brands That Trust DigiCert
From small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, brands around the world choose DigiCert for authentication, encryption, and identity solutions. See why you'd be in good company.
Jive Chooses DigiCert for Easy SSL Management Tools
Before using DigiCert, Jive had difficulty organizing their certificates and finding the best management tools. DigiCert gave Jive an easy-to-use management platform and streamlined processes.
Deprecating TLS 1.0 & 1.1
There are currently three versions of the TLS protocol in use today: TLS 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2. TLS 1.0 was released in 1999, making it a nearly two-decade-old protocol. It has been known to be...
The Top 5 Challenges You'll Face as an SSL Manager
DigiCert understands the complications involved in SSL. Get answers to some of the top common problems SSL managers and IT professionals deal with daily.
Certificate Management: The Ultimate Guide
Staying up-to-date on best practices helps enterprise certificate admins reduce the chances of a certificate being neglected or mismanaged. Read this white paper to increase certificate oversight.
Gaining Customer Confidence with EV Certificates