The world’s largest commercial Certificate Authority and leading web security solution provider, Sectigo aligned with leading regional technology companies like, BroadBITS, Checksum Consultancy, and Hayyan Horizons to enable enterprises across GCC to advance their digital identity strategies using Sectigo web security solutions in combination with best-practice consulting services.
“Business email compromise (BEC) attacks are on the rise. In 2018, spoofing or BEC attacks rose 250 percent and spear-phishing attacks in companies saw a 70 percent increase (IndustryWeek). Organizations throughout the Gulf States and Jordan are eager for email encryption and digital signing solutions that minimize these and other risks. We’ve chosen our initial Middle East partners for their excellent reputations and commitment to addressing important cybersecurity challenges,” explained Victor Schooling, Regional Director, Middle East and Africa, Sectigo.
Sectigo solutions available throughout the Middle East include:
Certificate Manager – Manages public, private and IoT device certificates from a single platform, taking complexity, risk, and time out of digital certificate management. Lifecycle control features ease certificate discovery, issuance, installation, renewal, and revocation, reducing human error and outages.
Secure Email Certificates (S/MIME) – Fights BEC attacks by digitally signing and encrypting email communications across the enterprise. The S/MIME protocol ensures that email senders and recipients can verify that the content they are sharing is legitimate and trusted. Sectigo secure email certificates are supported by major mail applications including Microsoft Outlook, Exchange, mobile operating systems, and more.
Private CA – Enterprises can create their own private root certificates, capable of issuing private, end-entity certificates to their internal servers, users, and devices while adhering to corporate and industry compliance standards. Using the Sectigo Certificate Manager platform, administrators have a low-cost way to view and manage their intranet certificates – useful for intranet sites, BYOD, IoT projects, VPN or wireless authentication, and more.