The leading provider of PKI solutions and digital trust, Ascertia is delighted to announce the appointments of Stefan Claeys as Pre-sales and Customer Success Director and Pieter Rensburg as Customer Experience and Quality Director.
Faced with the persistent threat of data breaches, most global organisations seek the highest level of security when it comes to network connectivity.
What are the benefits of the G-Cloud digital marketplace?
The G-Cloud framework has revolutionised how public sector departments access innovative cloud-based IT solutions. Launched in 2012 and now in its thirteenth iteration, it provides the UK Government and public sector with the ability to procure services from approved cloud-based suppliers.
The platform has helped organisations sell and manage their business with UK Government in a more efficient manner. This is especially true for SME-type companies.
What is Common Criteria and why is it important?
From the Cloud Signature Consortium to eIDAS, international standards form the bedrock of Ascertia’s digital trust solutions. Common Criteria (CC) is another such example, an international standard for certifying computer security software and hardware.
Ascertia launched the ADSS Server 8.0 release on 3 March 2023.
ADSS Server is a platform for trust service providers, governments, and organisations to provide digital trust through digital certificates for people, devices, and applications.
We’re excited to announce that InfoCert S.p.A., part of the Italian Tinexta S.p.A. Group, has signed an agreement to acquire 65% of Ascertia.
Ascertia is delighted to announce the SigningHub 8.4 release.
SigningHub provides an intuitive web interface, making it easy for anyone to sign. Documents can be shared, viewed, and signed on any device, anywhere, anytime in a way that suits any approval process. Over 25 languages are supported, and others can easily be added or customised.
In this blog, we discuss Know Your Transaction (KYT) and how to reduce the risk of cybercrime.
Many years back, football hooliganism was rampant, and then one day, it disappeared from the stadiums. The reduction in football-related violence was primarily due to the ability to identify hooligans from CCTV footage after the Sports Grounds Safety Authority installed stadium cameras.