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Revocent Founder Mike Cooper Talks About CertAccord’s Origin

By Mike Cooper / November 20, 2020

Revocent Founder Mike Cooper was a special guest on The PKI Guy’s Office Hours where he discussed how our CertAccord Enterprise product was thought up.…

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Moving past the madness of manually updated X.509 certificates

By Mike Cooper / November 2, 2020

Many organizations rely on Microsoft ADCS for their PKI, but often use manual processes to provide service to all their platforms.  Read more about this…

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Overcoming the Challenge of Shorter Certificate Lifespans

By Mike Cooper / October 15, 2020

In August 2019, Google introduced CA/Browser (CA/B) Forum Ballot SC22 to reduce Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificate validity periods to one year. After much discussion…

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5 Key Takeaways from Our Certificate Management Tech Talk

By Mike Cooper and Adam Cason / September 23, 2020

An enterprise certificate authority (CA) is a vital element of the modern IT ecosystem. It provides the security foundation for all your users, devices, and…

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Join our Tech Talk with Futurex – Learn how to unify certificate management

By Mike Cooper / September 1, 2020

With a combination of Microsoft Active Directory Certificate Services (ADCS) and Revocent CertAccord Enterprise you can automate certificate provisioning and renewal across your entire network.…

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Video: CertAccord Enterprise Management Console Demo v6.0

By Mike Cooper / August 20, 2020

CertAccord Enterprise Management Console Demo v6.0 This demonstration covers the CertAccord Enterprise Management Console. CertAccord Enterprise allows you to quickly and easily create X.509 digital…

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Crypto-agility is critical to your company’s security

By Mike Cooper / July 14, 2020

To achieve long-term data protection in today’s fast-changing and uncertain world, companies need the ability to respond quickly to unforeseen events. Threats like quantum computing are…

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Here’s how CertAccord Enterprise helped solve the expiring certificate problem for a power company

By Mike Cooper / June 11, 2020

Power utilities can’t afford outages – and certainly not from expired certificates. Trying to remember where all your non-Microsoft certificates are located and when they…

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How To Configure GlassFish With Fully Managed TLS Certificates in JKS

By Mike Cooper / June 5, 2020

GlassFish is an open source Java application server from Eclipse. This guide will walk you through the steps of configuring a GlassFish server to use…

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How To Create And Manage Certificates in JKS on Windows, Linux, and MacOS

By Mike Cooper / May 4, 2020

How To Create And Manage Certificates in JKS on Windows, Linux, and MacOS Java applications that use SSL/TLS, provide code signing, document signing, or some…

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