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Digital certificates are electronic credentials that are issued to people and things, such as computers and other electronic devices, to enable secure communications and transactions in a virtual world. With cyberattacks on the rise, digital certificates provide you and your organization with a means to prove and protect your identity, secure your data and communications, and safeguard against fraud.


Digital Signing & Sealing

Digital Signing & Sealing

Use identity-based certificates to secure documents with digital signatures and incorporate digital professional or agency seals. Learn more >>
DoD ECA Programs

DoD ECA Programs

ECA certificates enable contractors to authenticate to DoD information systems and secure communications via signed and encrypted email. Learn more >>
Email Signing & Encryption

Email Signing & Encryption

Protect confidential communications by using digital certificates to ensure the integrity of email messages and encrypt email contents. Learn more >>
Federal Bridge Certified

Federal Bridge Certified

Offering IdenTrust Global Common (IGC) certificates that comply with the U.S. Federal Bridge and can be used when government trust is required. Learn more >>
State & U.S. Government Local Agencies

Federal, State and Local Agencies

IGC certificates provide the ability to sign and seal documents and sign emailed communications, streamlining key business processes. Learn more >>
Healthcare Compliance

Healthcare Compliance

IGC certificates comply with DEA regulations for EPCS and support Health Information Exchange and DirectTrust Partnership for Patients. Learn more >>
IoTT Device Security

IoTT Device Security

Authenticate to and ensure the integrity and confidentiality of data and communications exchanged between devices in the field. Learn more >>
Digital Document Signing

Paperless Document Signing

Use digital document signing to streamline signature and approval processes, eliminate paper and establish an electronic audit trail. Learn more >>
Publicly Trusted

Publicly Trusted

TrustID certificates are publicly trusted, assuring the identity of people, web sites and businesses when conducting online commerce. Learn more >>
Two-Factor Authentication

Two-Factor Authentication

Digital certificates are used in lieu of username and password to provide highly secure access to certificate-enabled websites or applications. Learn more >>
Website Security

Website Security

TLS/SSL certificates secure domain names and organization identities, allowing online transactions to be conducted with complete assurance. Learn more >>