The rise of computers and hyperconnectivity has brought with it the paramount importance of security. Every day, billions of machines and applications are exchanging information and data. These devices add increased pressure on organisations to safeguard data pathways and machine identities against unauthorised access.
Microsoft essentially holds one of the world’s de facto standards when it comes to Enterprise Server and Workstation Deployments.
Today’s digital landscape is rapidly evolving. Global organisations grapple with the critical agenda of safeguarding their data and ensuring trust in their digital operations.
Ascertia is delighted to announce the ADSS Web RA Server 2.8 release. This new release is now available on the Ascertia Community for download. Please request access from your account team if you have not registered already.
In a recent #AscertiaOn podcast, Ascertia’s Chief Product Officer, Mike Hathaway, discussed quantum readiness – and why it’s essential to prepare for quantum-resistant cryptography now.
Ascertia’s SigningHub continues to offer support for the latest digital signature and digital identity international standards and certifications. This is partly possible due to Ascertia’s extensive network of partners that provide additional capabilities and options for Ascertia’s customers.
Faced with the persistent threat of data breaches, most global organisations seek the highest level of security when it comes to network connectivity.
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.