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Who We Are

About Revocent

Revocent was founded in 2015 and incorporated in 2016. We provide innovative PKI products to medium/large businesses world-wide.
Our CertAccord Enterprise product provides X.509 certificate automation to enable customers to extend their existing Microsoft Enterprise CA to Linux, Mac, and UNIX platforms.  Full life-cycle management of certificates allows customers to significantly reduce ongoing labor costs, improve security, and simplify their PKI.


Identify significant gaps in PKI software products and develop compelling solutions

Laser focus solutions to deliver simplicity by design.

Design product foundations that scale and grow

The Team

Mike Cooper

Founder and CEO

Mike Cooper is Founder and CEO of Revocent, Inc.  Mike has 30+ years of development, IT, and management experience in small startups to Fortune 500.  He has founded more than 5 technology and consumer companies and was head of IT at another 3 startups.  He spent 4 years as head of IT at Atheros Communications where he provided leadership and direction during a period of tremendous growth.  He also spent 4 years at Sun Microsystems in IT architecting and implementing key global technologies internally and externally. 

Mike Cooper

Mark Cooper

Founder and VP of Sales

Mark B. Cooper, is a former Microsoft Senior Engineer and subject matter expert for Microsoft Active Directory Certificate Services (ADCS). Known as “The PKI Guy” at Microsoft for 10 years, he traveled around the world supporting PKI environments for Microsoft’s largest customers. He focused on supporting security solutions for Fortune 500 companies and acted as their Trusted Advisor in all things PKI. He is a Microsoft MCT, charter member of the Microsoft Certified Master – Directory Services program, Microsoft Security MVP, and has held the MCSE accreditation for over 20 years.

Mark Cooper
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