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DigiCert Announces Enhanced Solutions for Comprehensive Digital Trust Management for Indian Customers

Anant Deshpande, DigiCert Regional Vice President, India & ASEAN
Anant Deshpande, DigiCert Regional Vice President, India & ASEAN

DigiCert ONE, the platform for digital trust, enables companies to secure servers, devices, users, software, documents and other content across their diverse digital infrastructure

DigiCert  today introduced enhanced solutions for digital trust management for organizations in India. Digital trust is a strategic imperative for businesses to drive innovation and customer acquisition, as well as to comply with government and industry requirements to protect corporate infrastructure and customer data from growing attacks. DigiCert ONE, the platform for digital trust, enables companies to secure servers, devices, users, software, documents and other content across their diverse digital infrastructure.

“DigiCert ONE empowers customers  to address their growing digital trust needs across a wide variety of use cases ” said Deepika Chauhan, Chief Product Officer at DigiCert. “Companies strategically valuing digital trust are driving digital innovation, accelerating customer acquisition and improving employee productivity while they reduce the risk of mission-critical outages, limit the attack surface and cut off customer churn that occurs when trust is lost.”

“The last few years have seen a sharp increase in the amount of remote working, digital transformation, global software and hardware supply chains and many other factors that increase the attack surface of organizations,” said Anant Deshpande, DigiCert Regional Vice President, India & ASEAN. “DigiCert’s comprehensive portfolio of digital trust solutions allows organizations of all sizes to enable and manage trust against a dynamic threat landscape while driving value for their organizations.”

Deshpande added, “India has faced more than 500 million cyberattacks in just the first quarter of 2023. This must raise alarm for all businesses, leadership and decision-makers in the country, especially as we progress toward increased digitization in the coming years. Without integrating digital trust into the organisational value chain, complete digital transformation and business continuity architecture will remain a challenge.”

DigiCert ONE addresses five key areas of digital business that require trust: enterprise trust, device trust, software trust, document trust and DNS trust. DigiCert has added several enhancements to the platform, including a partnership with Oracle to provide DigiCert ONE in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).

At a time when handshakes, seals and signatures have gone digital, trust takes on a whole new meaning as the foundational infrastructure of the digital world. Digital trust enables security architectures such as zero trust by verifying the identity and authenticity of servers, users and devices, as well as protecting the integrity of data in transit. Even with a 300% rise in cyberattacks, and new-age threats such as generative AI and quantum computing, Indian businesses are not fully prepared with their digital trust strategies. DigiCert aims to act as a trusted partner in their security journey, organizations, individuals and decision-makers can enable the next phase of innovation and digital transformation, and protect their digital footprint via a strategic approach to digital trust.

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