IGC Medium Device Certificates are compliant with the U.S. Federal Bridge CA (FBCA) Medium Device assurance levels; these certificates are intended for use on devices that require digital signing and encryption functions. Ideal purposes for IGC Medium Device certificates include:
- Identification of network devices
- Server-to-server authentication
- Client-server authentication within a known trusted environment
- Server-level signing of EPCS messages. They are also ideal for any systems that need to communicate with U.S. Federal Government systems.
As part of the application process, you will need to provide a Certificate Signing Request (CSR), aka PKCS#10. Visit our How Do I library for detailed instructions for generating a CSR for your application.
At the conclusion of the online registration process, you will be provided a forms packet for download that must be completed and returned to IdenTrust for certificate approval.