Sectigo Wins IoT Security Solution Award

Roseland-based Sectigo (formerly Comodo CA), the world’s largest commercial Certificate Authority and a leader in web security solutions, has been recognized with a 2018 Security Excellence Award in the IoT Security Solution category. The company’s IoT Manager, introduced in June, won the IoT Security Solution Award, chosen over submissions from fellow finalists British Telecom and SaltDNA.

Sectigo IoT Manager provides purpose-built scalable issuance and management of strong digital identities for Internet of Things (IoT) devices and environments requiring private trust, delivering a trusted solution for IoT vendors that need to secure their connected products throughout their lifecycle.

Computing’s Security Excellence Awards honor innovation across every element of success in the security landscape, celebrating IT’s leading security companies, solutions, products and personalities that keep every part of the industry operating.

“The Sectigo team is proud to be recognized as a leader in IoT security, and we appreciate the validation of our commitment to helping enterprises defend their devices and networks,” said Jason Soroko, Chief Technology Officer for IoT, Sectigo. “It is rewarding to see our IoT Manager solution honored for its innovative, effective and efficient approach to protecting IoT ecosystems from outside threats.”

Sectigo’s IoT Manager delivers flexible, scalable identity issuance and management for strong, trusted authentication, enabling companies to securely build out their ecosystems and manage the full device lifecycle. Sectigo IoT Manager enables multi-cloud, multi-vendor private trust for organizations that manufacture, manage or use connected devices for automotive, healthcare, smart cities, utilities, energy, consumer technology and more.

When evaluating Sectigo’s IoT security solution, Computing magazine’s esteemed judging panel reviewed several innovations and real-world deployments, including the WiMAX Forum’s use of IoT Manager to provide trusted, mutual-authentication across Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System (AeroMACS) IoT devices and networks.

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